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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17085 on: May 29, 2024, 01:34:23 PM »
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17086 on: May 29, 2024, 02:48:04 PM »
Gentle Giant 1975-01-27 Agora Ballroom Cleveland OH WMMS-FM (T-581)

This release is sourced from a cassette tape that I got in trade many years ago from a fellow taper / trader.  It's from an FM broadcast.  Recorded by Cleveland's WMMS Radio for broadcast two days later.  At the very tail end of Excerpts from Octopus, the band got off and the music nearly fell apart.  Fortunately, they recovered and ended together.
On Jan. 29 the Cleveland show from Jan. 27 was broadcast on WMMS Radio in edited form as part of that station's regular Monday Night at the Agora series.  For more info on Gentle Giant visit http://members.aol.com/JAskelly/GGtourhistory.html

FM broadcast >
Recorder and media unknown >
cassette >
Playback Deck: Tascam 130 >
Nikko 32 Band EQ >
Akai DR16 Digital Hard Disk Recorder >
HHB CDR-800 Compact Disc Recorder >
CDR > WAV > CD Wave Editor > FLAC


  1.  Proclamation
  2.  Funny Ways
  3.  The Runaway / Experience
  4.  Excerpts From Octopus
            Knots / The Advent Of Panurge
  5.  So Sincere (including drum solo)
  6.  Mister Class And Quality ?
  7.  Valedictory

I fixed a few bad edits and checked the speed.  I have included a file gg1975-01-27 (T-581)edits removed.flac which contains all the sound from the edits made when sound was deleted.  If you burn as audio I wouldn't recomend including this file on the audio disc.

I did the editing, mastering (tweaking) and analog to digital transfer for this version of this show.   Please keep the text file, unaltered, together with the FLAC's.

Don't rename directories or file names if you share this.  My concern is that when people rename them they drop information like date, venue, location, T number.  This information is useful to others when searching for or deciding which version of a show they want or already have.

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17087 on: May 30, 2024, 06:35:27 AM »
Jerry Garcia & John Kahn
Marin County Veteran's Auditorium - San Rafael, CA
November 14, 1986

1. Deep Elem Blues
2. Friend Of The Devil
3. Spike Driver Blues
4. Little Sadie
5. Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie
6. I've Been All Around This World
7. Ripple >
8. Goodnight Irene

Time 41:54

Source: Soundboard PCM > DAT
Transfer: Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 > M-Audio 24/96 >
Wavelab 5.0 (L3 multimaximizer) > CDWAVE > FLAC
Transfers, Remastering and Seeded to bt.etree.org February 7, 2007 by Bill Koucky

Note: Bread & Roses Benefit. Peter Rowan opened
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17088 on: May 30, 2024, 07:38:46 AM »
Artist: Bonnie Raitt
Date: 31 March 2023
Location: Kahului, Maui, Hawaii
Venue: A&B Amphitheater at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center

Lineage: sp-cmc-4u (c)> bbox> Roland R-07 (24/48) >
RX9-Ozone 9 > TLH > flac24

Recording Notes: My first show with new mics. Tested OK at home and at beginning of show but the right mic lost all connection in the first few minutes. As a result, this is a recording of the right mic copied and pasted into the left channel.

Bonnie was very appreciative of being on Maui again. One interesting item was that after she played "Just Like That" someone from the audience interrupted her , offered her a lei and explained that they lost a child in December. Bonnie then proceeded into her donor rap.

So with that - take this if you need it - if you don't just pass it on.

This recording should not be sold.

Aloha from Maui,
nassau73


01) (intro)
02) Made Of Mind
03) Used To Rule The World
04) band intros
05) Thing Called Love
06) Blame It On Me
07) (banter)
08) Love In The Nick Of Time
09) (banter)
10) Million Miles
11) (banter - intro to -
12) Just Like That
13) (donor rap)
14) Something To Talk About
15) Livin' For The Ones
16) Love Letter
17) Have A Heart
18) (intro to -
19) Angel From Montgomery
20) medley You Got The Love/Love Sneakin' Up On You
21) (pre-encore noise & thank you)
22) I Can't Make You Love Me
23) (banter)
24) Not The Only One
25) (intro to-
26) Never Make Your Move Too Soon

Bonnie Raitt - lead vocals, electric guitar
Duke Levine- electric guitar, backing vocals
Hutch Hutchinson - bass, backing vocals
Glen Patscha- keys, vocals, backing vocals
Ricky Fataar - drums
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17089 on: May 30, 2024, 10:09:01 AM »
Frank Zappa
25-Jun 1973
Horden Pavilion
Sydney, Australia

~~ Newly unearthed 2nd gen SBD source, more complete ~~

Available Recordings, according FZshows:
1973 06 25 - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia
Previously listed as 1973 06 24.
115 min, SBD, A+/A
115 min, Aud, C
The Aud recording cuts in Farther Oblivion. The SBD cuts after Fifty-Fifty and resume with Montana. Complete show compiled from both sources is nearly 150 minutes long.
soundcheck intro, improvisations, Dupree's Paradise, Dog Meat, Fifty-Fifty, soundcheck blues, Cosmik Debris, Inca Roads, Montana, Yellow Snow Suite [parts on Australian Yellow Snow, OSD, and on Father O'Blivion, YCDTOSA6], Farther Oblivion (q: Montana), Mr Green Genes, King Kong, Chunga's Revenge, Mr Green Genes

This copy: 148.37 min, SBD 2nd, A/A-

Complete with fills
from Lagz-Drew51-flambay (unknown gen) SBD version (117.51 min, SBD, A/A-)
and
from Murry-FTA-Overnitefreak Aud version (113.43 min, Aud, C/C-)

Source: 2nd generation soundboard on cassette (RHTB edit)

Lineage:
Maxell XLII-S Cassette(2nd gen) > Nakamichi CR-7A cassette deck > Tascam US-122L >
Sound Forge 7.0 (record/edits/resample) > FLAC Level 8 > wav > Soundforge 9: speed correction, tracking, re-sampling to 16/44.1, patching fill sources material >
FLAC TLH lvl7 w/SBA (0,98 GB)

cassette tapes contributed by: RHTB
Transferred By: Drew51
Edited By: Drew51, flambay

Fills taken from unknown gen Lagz-Drew51-flambay SBD version (same master source) (final 3 tracks)
full seed: http://www.zappateers.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=14095

Source: Unknown generation soundboard on cassette
Tape one: Maxell XLII-S cassette
Tape Two: Maxell XLII cassette

Lineage: Maxell Cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A cassette deck > Gina20 > Sound Forge 7.0 (record/edits) > wav 24/48 > FLAC Level 8 > wav
> Soundforge 9: speed correction, minor local edits, tracking, re-sampling to 16/44.1, patching with main body

cassette tapes contributed by: Lagz
Transferred By: Drew51
Edited By: Drew51, flambay

and from Murry-FTA-Overnitefreak Aud version (tracks 00,07,10)
http://www.zappateers.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=14058

Lineage: Aud > ? > cassette tape (unknown gen) > Pioneer CT-330 deck > Edirol UA-1X USB audio capture device > wav > DVD > Cakewalk: tracking, editing > Soundforge 5: speed correction, volume level adjust, phase offset adjust > Soundforge 9: merging filler material with main source

Taped by: N/A
Contributed by: Murry
Transfered by: FlyingToAdel
Edited by: Overnitefreak/flambay

The MOI (February - September 1973 line-up):
George Duke - keyboards, vocals
Tom Fowler - bass
Bruce Fowler - trombone
Ralph Humphrey - drums
Sal Marquez - trumpet, vocals
Jean Luc Ponty - violin
Ruth Underwood - percussion
Ian Underwood - alto saxophone, Clarinet, flute
Frank Zappa - guitar, vocals

Setlist:
00 Introduction (Crowd & Tuning) [9:18] °°° Aud source
01 Band Introductions & Soundcheck [8:50] °°° RHTB SBD source starts here
02 Dupree's Paradise pt.1 (Improvisation) [7:04]
03 Dupree's Paradise pt.2 (Theme and non-FZ solos) [9:34]
04 Dupree's Paradise pt.3 (FZ solo and conclusion) [7:57]
05 Dog Meat [7:57]
06 Fifty-Fifty [6:23]
07 Soundcheck Blues (in G) [1:24] °°° Aud source fill {0:03-0:46}
08 Cosmik Debris [5:32]
09 Inca Roads preamble [2:11]
10 Inca Roads [12:18] °°° Aud source fill {1:13-9:07}
11 Montana [6:05]
12 Yellow Snow preamble [2:18]
13 Yellow Snow Suite [edits on OSD/Australian Yellow Snow, YCDTOSA#6/R&B Father O'Blivion] [22:06]
14 Farther Oblivion (incl.Join The March, q: Montana) [23:01] °°° switch to Lagz SBD source at 4:37
 °°° tape change at 16:50
15 encore audience & tune-up [1:24]
16 Mr.Green Genes Medley [15:07]

Total time (patched version) 148.37 min

Notes:

Unpatched tracks (2nd gen SBD source only),
included in bonus subfolder (70,3 MB):

07 Soundcheck Blues (unpatched) [0:48] °°° cut at 0:07
10 Inca Roads (unpatched) [4:27] °°° tf/cut at 1:14
14 Farther O'Blivion (unpatched) [4:47] °°° cuts off during JLP solo

Total time (2nd gen SBD source only) 96.05 min

Total time (both SBD sources combined) 130.51 min

credits:
thanks to the generous contributor for providing this SBD source upgrade
thanks to Lagz for providing the SBD fills material.
thanks to the unknown Aud source taper
thanks to Murry and FlyingToAdel for the Aud tapes
and to Overnitefreak for seeding the Aud version.

Enjoy !!!

-- Drew51 & flambay

2009 04 28 - Drew51 ZRP/Zappateers Archives

www.zappateers.com/bb - May 2009

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17090 on: May 30, 2024, 01:07:23 PM »
Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers w/ Steve Kimock 
2002-10-05 -
Main Stage, Oakley Farm,
10000 Corbin Ln,
Spotsylvania Courthouse, VA 
"Haymaker Music Festival 2002" 

1. Cartoons & Candy >
2. The Valley Road
3. St.Louis Blues >
4. Tongue 'N Groove
5. What a Time #
6. Funhouse
7. Across the River
8. Rainbow's Cadillac >
9. Sir Duke >
10. Rainbow's Cadillac
11. Jack Straw
   ~ Encore ~
12. crowd, tuning
13. The Way It Is ** 

#=w/ "Happy Birthday To You" (for Steve Kimock) opening
**=w/ band intros ending 

Bruce Hornsby (Bruce Randall Hornsby) - piano, keys, accordion, vox
Steve Kimock - guitars
John "J.T." Thomas - keys, organ, b.vox
Doug Derryberry - guitars, mandolin, b.vox
J.V.Collier (Jervonny Collier) - bass
Sonny Emory - drums, percussion, b.vox 
Bobby Read - woodwinds, bass clarinet, saxophone, b.vox 

Matrix:  [TLM 170's (hypercard, 75' from stage, DFC > DBX tube pre amp] + [SBD > Behringer digital delay (75')] > Mixer > Behringer > age audio exciter > AD1000 > DAT
Transfer: (2/5/2023) Tascam DA-20 MKII > Tascam DR-680 > Audacity > WAV > Traders Little Helper > FLAC
Taped by Mark Lynn
Transferred & Seeded by Bill Graves 

Bill Graves NOTES: 
--Entire show with Steve Kimock on Guitar
--Huge thanks to Mark Lynn for the use of his archives.
--This show is a Boiler in the Basement Installment - http://boilerinthebasementmusic.wordpress.com/ 

vg NOTES (3/24/2023): 
--Thanks so much to Mark Lynn for recording, mixing & sharing out this Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers w/ Steve Kimock 2002 show & to Bill Graves for the transfer & sharing of it far & wide for us all to enjoy.  Absolutely Appreciated & sounds tremendous!! 
--1st tune starts in progress...no idea how much is missing, but seemingly not much at all
--"Haymaker Music Festival 2002" took place on October 4 & 5, 2002
--ticket for the "Haymaker Music Festival 2002" were $70 
--lineups at the "Haymaker Music Festival 2002": 
--------Friday, 2002-10-04 on the Main Stage (from start to finish):  Old School Freight Train;  Larry Keel Experience;  David Via & Corn Tornado;  the Hackensaw Boys;  Magraw Gap;  the Del McCoury Band;  Leftover Salmon 
--------Friday, 2002-10-04 on the Nature Stage (at 2:00am):  the Disco Biscuits 
--------Saturday, 2002-10-05 on the Main Stage (from start to finish):  Homemade Bread;  Mclaws Drive;  Joanne Shaw Taylor;  Dr.Didg;  Jazz Mandolin Project;  əkoostik hookah;  Keller Williams;  Robert Randolph & the Family Band;  Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers w/ Steve Kimock 
--------Saturday, 2002-10-05 on the Nature Stage (at 2:00am):  the Disco Biscuits 
--https://jambands.com/news/2002/08/01/line-up-for-haymaker-music-festival-confirmed/
--I added the band members info
--corrected some song titles toward how they appear on the original albums
--added more detail to the setlist info
--added more detail to the venue info & corrected the town
--added the ffp fingerprints to the text file 
--added some pics I found of artifacts from the event & even a ticket 
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17091 on: May 31, 2024, 06:19:35 AM »
Jefferson Starship
Paramount Theater
Middletown, NY
October 1st, 1993

Source- Jerry Moore's Soundboard DAT Master 16/48

Transfer- Sony R500 DAT deck> spdif out> M-Audio Microtrack II

Assembly- AA3 for 16/44 at 999 (highest quality setting), CDWav for tracking, TLH for flac7

Setlist-

Intro>We Should Be Together
She Has Funny Cars
Crown Of Creation
Im on Fire
Today
Yes,Yes,Yes
The Light
Plastic Fantastic Lover
Gold
Comin Back to Me
Shadowlands
John's Other
Somewhere Over The Rainbow
Miracles

Down Home Blues
Poem>The One Who Was Always There>
America>
Poem>Get Ready>
Volunteers
Ride the Tiger
Other Side OF This Life


Personel-

Paul Kantner
Marty BAlin
Jack Casady
Papa John Creach
Tim Gorman
Slick Aguilar

Notes:

- Boys Night out, no female singer

- Well balanced soundboard mix

- Edits consist of fades only at beginning and end of discs

- Transfered,edited and assembled by Mike Schuncke 4/10
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17092 on: May 31, 2024, 10:52:09 AM »
David Crosby and Graham Nash
A Show of Friends
The Palace
Hollywood, California
March 5, 1995

Graham Nash - vocals, guitar, harmonica
David Crosby - vocals, guitar

01. Introduction
02. A Simple Man (with David Lindley - violin)
03. Unequal Love
04. Find a Dream
  -Graham welcomes David Crosby-
05. Carry Me
06. I Used to Be a King
07. Crosby's final words about organ donations
[26:15]

From master DAT tape recorded by Bill W.
Sony ECM-909A Electret Condenser Stereo Microphone > Sony TCD7

Transfer by Flying -M- (3/2021)
Otari DTR 8S > Korg MR 2000S @ 16-48
Har-Bal 3.7 & iZotope RX 8 advanced (prep) > CD Wave > Korg Aqua (16-44) > TLH

Ry Cooder and David Lindley opened and Jackson Browne was the headliner

Jewel box artwork by ethiessen1, many thanks for the beautiful covers on this and so many other shows
Thanks again to Bill for recording and sharing his masters

For historical reference only and not intended for resale or any commercial use
Support the artists and the venues that host live music
Buy the official releases and go to a concert

Enjoy…
-M- (February 2023)

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17093 on: May 31, 2024, 11:28:51 AM »
Goose
2023-12-09
Hampton Coliseum
Hampton, VA

Source: Schoeps Mk41V > Lunatec V3 > AETA 4MinX
Location: FOB > FDC > 7 ft
Transfer: SD > Logic Pro (Normalization) > xACT > Foobar2000
Taped, tracked, seeded by Uncle Terry Thomas (TNTaper)

Album Title: Goosemas X Night 2, Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA

Set 1
1. Set 1 Opening
2. Pancakes
3. Doobie Song
4. Circles
5. 99 Red Balloons
6. Pancakes
7. Big Blue
8. Dripfield
9. Redbird
10. I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles

Set 2
11. Set 2 Opening
12. Jungle
13. Animal
14. Echo of a Rose
15. Run through the Jungle
16. Echo of a Rose
17. The Way It Is (feat. Bruce Hornsby on piano & vocals)
18. The Empress of Organos
19. Jungle Boogie
20. The Empress of Organos

Encore
21. Arcadia
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17094 on: May 31, 2024, 03:16:34 PM »
Outdoor concert. Eighties era camera and filmed from the floor, with heads and shoulders and a stage monitor sometimes in the way on the elevated stage.  Camera audio.

Bob Dylan
Fussballstadion St.Jakob
Basel, Switzerland
June 2, 1984

Source:   Audience filmed from the floor.  This transfer (presumably) by Coop, 2016, from lo-gen U-matic tape, courtesy of two Daves.  "A HW Sound Upgrade."

https://dvdylan.com/dvd/D113.su
3/4/4/4/3

DVD:
Highway 61 Revisited [cut both ends]
Just Like A Woman [spliced]
Maggie's Farm [cut both ends]
I and I [first verse gone]
License to Kill
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
Masters Of War
When You Gonna Wake Up? [last two minutes only]
Every Grain Of Sand
To Ramona
Girl From The North Country
Tombstone Blues
Why Do I Have To Choose? [video incomplete, audio in full]**
Blowin' In The Wind [missing]

Filler:  The Dixie Chicks, unknown venue & date:
Mississippi
Tombstone Blues
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17095 on: May 31, 2024, 04:45:39 PM »
Emmylou Harris - At Beat Club, Musikladen, Radio Bremen, Germany (26-3-1977??) DVD PAL

This is from a different source than the other Musikladen I uploaded here a few months ago.
The video quality is more or less the same, however the audio quality in this is significantly
better, which is odd, since both are MP2 192 Kbps 48000 Hz. I guess this is due to the quality
of the recording device or TV quality broadcast. Unfortunately we have no more information about
the source. The guy who got me the recording just remember that she had recorded a satellite
channel at midnight a few years ago (sic)...F'in great!...This is what it is anyway, and
it's a lot.

This is for me perhaps (Along with The Old Grey Whistle Test 1977) the best 70's gig by Emmylou
Harris on video. The band sounds better than ever, we note that they enjoy it, Emmylou's voice
is better than ever, and (Of course)
she looks so beautiful as ever.
   I hope you enjoy it!

LINEAGE:

MPEG-2 Video PAL 704X576 25fps 4:3, MPEG-1 Audio Layer II 192 Kb/s 48000 Hz 16 bits > TMPGEnc Author > DVD 5 PAL 4:3

VIDEO PROPERTIES:

TITLE 1 Concert
Duration: 40 min 23 s 16 (60579 frames)
Picture size: 704X576
Framerate: 25fps (25/1)
Aspect ratio: Pixel 12:11 (PAL 4:3)
Display mode: Interlace
Field order: Top field first
MPEG stream format: MPEG-2 Video
Highest bitrate: 8000 Kb/s
Average bitrate (est.): 8000 Kb/s
VBV buffer size: 224 KB
Longest GOP: 26 Field
Profile and level: MP@ML
YUB format: 4:2:0
YUB color space: ITU-R BT.470-2 System B, G
No subtitles

TITLE 2 Extras (Photo Gallery)
Duration: 4 min 30 s 0 (6750 frames)
Picture size: 704X756
Framerate: 25fps (25/1)
Aspect ratio: Pixel 12:11 (PAL 4:3)
Display mode: Progressive
MPEG stream format: MPEG-2 Video
Highest bitrate: 8000 Kb/s
Average bitrate (est.): 4144 Kb/s
VBV buffer size: 224 KB
Longest GOP: 26 Field
Profile and level: MP@ML
YUB format: 4:2:0
YUB color space: ITU-R BT.470-2 System B, G
No subtitles

AUDIO PROPERTIES:

TITLE 1 Concert
Duration: 40 min 23 s 16 (116311680 samples)
Sampling rate: 48000 Hz
Channel mode: 2 ch English
Quantization. 16 bits
MPEG stream format: MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (MP2)
(To avoid having to compress the original audio it appears as false Linear PCM)
Bitrate: 192 Kb/s 48000 Hz

TITLE 2 Extras
Duration: 4 min 30 s 0 (12960000 samples)
Sampling rate: 48000 Hz
Channel mode: 2 ch
Quantization: 16 bits English
MPEG stream format: Dolby Digital
Bitrate: 224 Kb/s
 
Menu, Chapter Selection & Photo Gallery by Yawara, Artwork by Yawara.

 
TRACKS:

01 Cash On The Barrelhead
02 I'll Be Your San antone Rose
03 Coat Of many Colors
04 Feelin' Single, Deein' double
05 Together Again
06 Making Believe
07 Hello Stranger
08 Country Boy
09 Boulder To Birmingham
10 C'est La Vie
11 Ooh La Vegas

MUSICIANS:

Emmylou Harris - Guitar And Vocals
Albert Lee - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Rodney Crowell - Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals
Emory Gordy - Bass, Backing Vocals
Hank De Vito - Pedal Steel
Glen Hardyn - Piano
John ware - Drums

                 Jinsei
                 Nana korobi
                 Ya oki

                    Yawara       

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17096 on: June 02, 2024, 06:55:55 AM »
Little Feat
1973-11-02
Liberty Hall
Houston, TX

Source: FM > ? > CDR
Transfer: Secure EAC > Wav > CD Wave (Splits) > Flac (Dub Irie 2007-11-04)

Setlist:

01 - Spanish Moon
02 - A Apolitical Blues
03 - Snakes On Everything
04 - Hamburger Midnight
05 - Sailin Shoes
06 - Cold, Cold, Cold
07 - Dixie Chicken >
08 - Tripe Face Boogie >
09 - Day At The Dog Races >
10 - Tripe Face Boogie
11 - High Roller

Total Time: 61:13

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Note:

Exceptional early Feat. The leading 50 seconds of the recording sounds a bit muffled, but don't despair because it quickly changes to a much better sound. Overall this is a great classic recording of 1973. I did the audio extraction using EAC and split Track06 up into its correct tracks using CD Wave - no errors - log file included. 

To date this show has not been listed on etree, featbase.net, or archived in the LMA.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17097 on: June 02, 2024, 08:34:44 AM »
Jimi Hendrix-Midnight Lightning.vinyl.flac2448
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17098 on: June 02, 2024, 10:02:49 AM »
Zero
Club Toast
Burlington, VT
06/10/1994


Source:  Unknown Source (AUD, possibly onstage) > DAT(s)
Transfer:  Otari DP-90 > coax > E-MU 404 > Wavelab 6.0 @ 48kHz
DSP: Wavelab 6.0 (tracking; pan adjustments; remove DC offset; 48 > 44.1 (Crystal Resample) > FLAC > Easytag

Disc 1
Set I

1. Highway 61 Revisited
2. Tongue & Groove
3. Baby Baby
4. Home On The Range
5. Mercury Blues

Disc 2
Set II
1. "How about . . . the opening band?"
2. Golden Road
3. Outskirts of Town
4. Pits of Thunder

An excellent recording and some great music, especially the Golden Road which clocks in over 22 minutes long.  Although the setlist seems like a short show, they played for two solid hours. 

The DAT had a half-dozen errors on it, all of which were removed or smoothed out using Wavelab's error correction tools, or by re-drawing the waveform, and they are now unnoticeable. 

As of January 2010, this performance does not seem to circulate.  Thanks to Scott Clayton for the DAT.

Steve Kimock - Guitars
Chris Templeton - Slide & Pedal Guitar
Bobby Vega - Bass
Greg Anton - Drums
Chip Roland - Keys
Martin Fierro - Horns

Emjoy!
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17099 on: June 02, 2024, 02:32:14 PM »
Billy Joel
C.W. Post Campus
Long Island University
Brookville, NY
5/6/77

WLIR F.M. broadcast

Pre-FM >??> Flac

Disc 1
1. Miami 2017
2. Somewhere Along the Line
3. Summer, Highland Falls
4. Piano Man
5. Scenes From an Italian Restaurant
6. James
7. Angry Young Man
8. NY State of Mind
9. Traveling Prayer
10. Traveling Prayer cont.
11. Just the Way You Are
12. The Entertainer
13. You Are My Home


Disc 2

1. Root Beer Rag
2. She's Got A Way
3. The Ballad Of Billy The Kid
4. I’ve Loved These Days
5. Captain Jack
6. Worse Comes to Worse
7. Ain’t No Crime
8. Say Goodbye to Hollywood
9. Weekend Song
10. Souvenir


 A great capture of a great show. Early Billy Joel playing in N.Y. - home turf and all that.
 
No more info on lineage is available to me. That being said, the quality of the recording is top notch.
The lack of any noticeable tape hiss and clarity of the recording makes me believe this is a pre FM recording.
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