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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15765 on: May 24, 2023, 01:23:07 PM »
Led Zeppelin
February 13th, 1975
Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York, USA


Nassau Coliseum 1st Night (Disc 1,2&3): soundboard source
lineage: silvers > EAC > FLAC (level 8 )


Disc 1:
01.Introduction
02.Rock And Roll
03.Sick Again
04.Over The Hills And Far Away
05.In My Time Of Dying
06.The Song Remains The Same
07.The Rain Song
08.Kashmir

Disc 2:
01.No Quarter
02.Trampled Underfoot
03.Moby Dick

Disc 3:
01.Dazed And Confused
02.Stairway To Heaven
03.Whole Lotta Love
04.Black Dog
05.Communication Breakdown
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15766 on: May 25, 2023, 04:58:27 AM »
The Cure
2023-05-23
Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles, CA

SOURCE:
SP-CMC-8 (w/Mods) > Sony PCM-A10 > Sandisk Mini-SD Card (32gb - Class 10)

TRANSFER:
.WAV (24 Bit) > Adobe Audition 2023 CC (normalize/amplify/tracking/dithering/downsampling) > .WAV (16 Bit) > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC (Level 6)

SETLIST:

01. Intro
02. Alone
03. Pictures of You
04. A Night Like This
05. Lovesong
06. And Nothing is Forever
07. The Last Day of Summer
08. A Fragile Thing
09. Burn
10. Another Happy Birthday
11. Charlotte Sometimes
12. Push
13. Primary
14. Shake Dog Shake
15. From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea
16. Endsong
17. (encore break #1)

--- ENCORE #1 ---

18. I Can Never Say Goodbye
19. It Can Never Be the Same
20. A Thousand Hours
21. At Night
22. A Forest
23. (encore break #2)

--- ENCORE #2 ---

24. Lullaby
25. Six Different Ways
26. The Walk
27. Friday I'm in Love
28. Doing the Unstuck
29. Close to Me
30. In Between Days
31. Just Like Heaven
32. Boys Don't Cry
33. Outro

NOTES:

What's a better encore to Cruel World (err, more like an encore to Cruel World's own encore, so an encore to an encore?) than seeing The Cure a couple days later? Yeah I can't think of anything better either, so here we are! I, like everyone else probably, failed to get tickets when they first went on sale (even with THREE Hollywood Bowl dates, I was completely shut out - I smell something fishy there), so I had to be patient and keep checking back on Ticketmaster every so often. I was about to give up until I read about some Firefox extension that would help refresh TM's page every few seconds for whatever event date you wanted, so I set it to run on all three days, and the first and only date that had a ticket pop up that I was able to purchase was for Tuesday. Works for me.

This was my third time seeing the Cure, and the first time since their Pasadena Daydream performance back in 2019. My seat was rather decent, in section G2, though it became apparent I was in the senior citizen section, as no one in that section wanted to stand up. And when I did stand up, for "Pictures of You", one of my favorite songs, I was "heckled" to sit down near the end. Then a couple songs later, duing "Lovesong", when multiple people near me stood up, I stood up again, and then sat back down for a slower song and immediately heard the "Thanks, I can see again asshole!". I flipped the bird and then they barked back. Gosh, I really do hope that by standing, I ruined their first concert ever. Fucking douchebags. Sorry, maybe my concert etiquette is far different than others, given I do a lot of festivals, but if you want to stand, then fucking stand. Who cares? Now if we're discussing these idiots talking during the show? Well that's a whole other issue. But standing? Pff, gimme a fucking break. Here's a big FUCK YOU to all the crybabies in G2. I'd almost not want to release this recording, just to spite those dickheads behind me.

Anyway, back to the show. I thought it sounded great. I was so glad they chose the Hollywood Bowl rather Staples (or Crypto or whatever the fuck it's called now) or Kia Forum. I generally like the Bowl and its sound, so no complaints there. It was pretty cool that they had some sounds of thunder and rain coming through the PA before they took the stage. They eventually started flashing the stage lights like it was lightning, and for a split second I had terrible flashbacks to Cruel World on Saturday night, thinking actual lightning was in the area and this show was going to get cancelled. But no, it was just Robert fucking with us all.

They played a lot of the hits, skipped a lot of the hits, and played some new stuff, including the debut of "Another Happy Birthday". I actually think the new song "And Nothing is Forever" is the best sounding song out of all the new stuff, by a mile. I was blown away by that one. Robert said they all had a "bug" and that he was probably patient zero. That might explain why everyone but Robert looked fucking bored out of their minds on stage. Roger O'Donnell looked like he was auditioning for a new Weekend At Bernie's. I swear, he makes Gilian Gilbert of New Order look like a raving lunatic on stage in comparison. Here's hoping it was just that "bug"...
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15767 on: May 25, 2023, 09:32:20 AM »
Björk
2007-09-08 -  Virgin Festival, Toronto Island Park, Toronto, ON

DPA 4061s > Sony PCM-M1

setlist unknown
87 min
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15768 on: May 25, 2023, 11:03:49 AM »
Zero
 Garton's
 Vail, Colorado
 July 30, 1995
 Master Audience Recorded By Mr. Darby!
  AKG451EB/CK1's (DIN/DFC/FOB 25 Feet From Stage) >
   Whirlwind Phantoms > Teac DA-P20 @ 16/48
 Transfer Information:Sony R500 > Tascam HD-P2 @ 16/48 >
  HDD > Amadeus Pro (Tracking/Fades/FLAC8)
 Tracks Renamed, Metadata Tagging With Tag&Rename By Keo

 Set 1:

01.Instrumental
02.Highway 61 Revisited
03.Catalina
04.Riders On The Storm
05.The Shape I'm In
06.Pits Of Thunder, Set Break

 Set 2:

07.Crowd/Tuning
08.Instrumental (My Favorite Things?)
09.Mercury Blues
10.Band Introductions
11.Instrumental
12.Whack
13.Tell Me All About It
14.Band Introductions # 2
15.Use Me, Encore Break

 Encore:

16.Home On The Range

 Steve Kimock - Guitar
 Judge Murphy - Vocals
 Martin Fierro - Sax
 Chip Roland - Keys
 Bobby Vega - Bass
 Greg Anton - Drums

 Comments:Another Huge Huge Thanks out to Mr. Darby for recording and sharing his source for this show!
Some crowd noise and bar noise present in some areas of the second set, still all and all another fantastic
share from the Darby collection of master audiences and another must have Zero show for any collector!!
AS ALWAYS LISTEN AND ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15769 on: May 26, 2023, 06:00:24 AM »
KVHW
4th Street Tavern
San Rafael CA
1998-04-10

Front of stage
Taped by AG with AKG C61 and Tascam DAP1>clone snail
mailed to me back in 98>file cloned in Microtrack using
a Tascam Dat deck>Goldwave Tracking>TLH8

Dolphinsmile Archive
Produced by Dolphinsmile




Set 1:

Spring Water
Poonk
Nine -> Ring Around The Moon -> Nine
Bad Hair
It's Not Impossible

Set 2:
Lay Back And Cruise
Tangled Hangers
Five B4 Funk
Slumber
Seventh Heaven
Let Me Love You Baby
High And Lonesome
In Time
Jam

Encore:
Nodge Balls
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15770 on: May 26, 2023, 11:22:01 AM »
Ike & Tina Turner Revue
1971-01-30     
L'Olympia Theatre 
Paris France 

Source: SBD (Liberated Boot) A/A+
Transfer: CDR > EAC (secure/offset correct) > WAV > shntool >
CDWave (retracked) > shntool (sector boundaries verified) >
Flac Frontend v1.7.1 (level 5) > FLAC by bcc32065 7/26/04

Setlist:

01. You Got Me Hummin' (The Ikettes)
02. Everyday People (The Ikettes)
03. Shake A Tail Feather (The Ikettes)
04. (Intro Tina) Gimme Some Lovin' > *
05. Sweet Soul Music
06. Son Of A Preacher Man
07. Come Together
08. Band Intros >
09. Proud Mary
10. A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knockin' Everyday)
11. I Smell Trouble
12. Respect
13. Honkey Tonk Women
14. I've Been Loving You Too Long
15. I Want To Take You Higher
16. Land Of 1,000 Dances

Total Time: 60:04
Size: 368 MB (FLAC)

* 'Gimme Some Lovin' is part of the circulating setlist, so I've left it in, but it's only about a 45 second instrumental tease before Tina gets ahold of her mic and busts out 'Sweet Soul Music'. 

This show is incredible, and a 'must have' for any and all soul freaks.  I got it in a cdr trade not too long ago, and it had sbe's which I've repaired for this seeding.  I also retracked it, and removed one tiny pop during the band intros. 
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15771 on: May 26, 2023, 12:34:47 PM »
The Who
October 9, 1982
CNE Stadium
Toronto, Ontario
Canada

JEMS Master Tape

Musicians:

Roger Daltrey (vocals, guitar, harmonica)
John Entwistle (bass and vocals)
Kenney Jones (drums)
Pete Townshend (guitar and vocals, tambourine)
with Tim Gorman (keyboards)
 
Recording gear: Teac M-100 mic > Sony D-6

2022 Transfer: Master cassettes > Nakamichi Cassette Deck 1 azimuth-adjusted playback > Sound Devices USBPre2 > Audacity 3.2.1 (24/96 capture to .wav) > iZotope RX7 and Ozone 6 mastering > iZotope MBIT+ resample to 16/44 > FLAC
 
01_intro
02_My Generation
03_I Can’t Explain
04_Substitute
05_Dangerous
06_Sister Disco
07_The Quiet One
08_It's Hard
09_Eminence Front
10_Behind Blue Eyes
11_Baba O'Riley
12_I'm One
13_The Punk Meets the Godfather
14_Drowned
15_A Man is a Man
16_Cry If You Want
17_Who Are You
18_Pinball Wizard
19_See Me, Feel Me
20_Five-Fifteen (patched from 5:02 to 5:23)
21_Love, Reign O'er Me
22_Long Live Rock
23_Won't Get Fooled Again
24_Athena
25_Magic Bus
26_Summertime Blues

With a foray to Toronto, The Who's 1982 tour rolls on, playing to an enormous crowd outdoors at CNE Stadium. It was John Entwistle’s birthday, and the band put on a show that Who’s News called “another  great one for the Canadians.”

That shouldn’t come as much of a surprise: The Who loved playing in Toronto, the city in which it began or ended many a tour (including this one, with two shows at Maple Leaf Gardens, just two months after this). Moreover, in 1982, new music and a healthy, reinvigorated Pete Townshend propelled Who musicianship to great heights.

“One of the main strengths of the shows,” Jared wrote in Who’s News, “was the basic set being played. When’s the last time you went to see The Who and the show featured five new songs?” With “Athena” appearing in the encore, October 9 includes six.

Highlights include an enthused version of “The Quiet One” that leaves nothing in the tank. Elsewhere, Townshend distinguishes himself with deft and inspired guitar playing, making for strong versions of the songs from “Quadrophenia.” A three-song encore features “something of a Woodstock ending,” Jared wrote, akin to what appeared in the movie.

This master recording sounds very good: it’s fairly clear, close, and contains little in the way of interference from the audience. It was a windy day at CNE, so you’ll hear it in places, but it never distracts from the music. A tape change clips “Five-Fifteen” but a patch from ML’s master keeps it whole.

Once again, I salute my comrades: JEMS, BK, and mjk5510. They’re integral to getting the best of Jared’s Who tapes identified, conserved, mastered, and shared. There’s more to come.

Jared and Stan, of course, remain with us in spirit. Sharing another of Jared’s master tapes to mark the 40th anniversary of a tour he thought so highly of is an honor.

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15772 on: May 26, 2023, 02:48:40 PM »
Elvis Costello
1983-09-07
University Of Texas
Austin, Texas

"The Gangster Is Back"
Lobster Records LOB 038


Lineage:

SBD > FM > ? > CD > CDR > EAC > WAV > FLAC 8


Tracks - [76:03]

1.Let Them All Talk (3:51)
2.Possession (2:34)
3.Watching The Detectives (4:19)
4.Secondary Modern (3:14)
5.The Greatest Thing (2:54)
6.Kid About It (3:37)
7.Mystery Dance (2:14)
8.Shabby Doll (5:14)
9.Temptation (2:58)
10.New Lace Sleeves (5:17)
11.Peace, Love & Understanding (3:20)
12.Clubland (3:51)
13.The World And His Wife (2:39)
14.Watch Your Step (3:22)
15.Backstabbers/King Horse (4:56)
16.T.K.O. (3:56)
17.Everyday I Write The Book (4:17)
18.Alison (4:15)
19.I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down (3:42)
20.Pump It Up (5:50)


Notes:

Rock n' Roll from the other Elvis. Fantastic sound, performance and set. Thanks, Eric.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15773 on: May 28, 2023, 03:12:53 PM »
Grateful Dead
June 17, 1992
Charlotte Coliseum
Charlotte, NC

Taped & Provided by Lazy Cow
Captured by Ray
Synch & Edit by artisgilmore

Video: AUD (Tripod) > Master
Master: JVC Single Tube Camera, Nak 300 Shotguns > 0 Decks > Panasonic AG-7400 > S-VHS Master
Transfer: S-VHS Master > JVC HR-5393014 > Canopus ADVC110 > HP Compaq Presario > Vegas 6 > DVD Studio Pro 4 > DVD5 & DVD9
[NTSC, 4:3, 8.0 Mbs, 720X480, 29.97 fps]
 
Audio: SBD > DAT > CD
[LPCM, 1.5 Mbs, 16 Bit, 48 kHz]

DVD 1 Set 1 (DVD5)
Touch Of Grey
Greatest Story Ever Told
West L.A. Fadeaway
Mama Tried
Big River
Jack-A-Roe
It's All Over Now
Deal
00:50:54

DVD 2 Set 2 (DVD9)
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Way To Go Home
Estimated Prophet
Drums
Space
The Wheel
Black Peter
Good Lovin'
E: U.S. Blues
01:26:34

Jerry Garcia - Guitar
Bob Weir - Guitar
Phil Lesh - Bass
Vince Welnick - Keys
Bill Kreutzmann - Drums
Mickey Hart - Drums
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15774 on: May 30, 2023, 04:55:41 AM »
moe.
2/21/92
Essex Street Pub - Buffalo, NY

Source: SBD
Transfer: CD > EAC > WAV > Audacity > TLH > FLAC
Taper Unknown
Extracted & Seeded by Bill Graves

1. Crowd / Tuning
2. That Country Tune
3. Sensory Deprivation Bank
4. Dr. Graffenburg
5. Fire
6. censored
7. Meat
8. Turn on Your Lovelight >
9. Mary Had a Little Lamb

~ Encore ~
10. // The Battle of Benny Hill
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15775 on: May 30, 2023, 07:12:47 AM »
Jefferson Starship
2002-02-16
Paramount Theatre
Middletown, PA
   
SDB > DAT Master (Sony TCD-D8 w/SBM Adapter) > CDR (HHB 850 CDR-8) > EAC [WAV] > Mp3tag [tag & title] > MHAC [FLAC]
Ripped from a CDR from the late Jerry Moore's collection. Thanks Michael H.

Tracklist:

CD1:

01 - Intro >
02 - We Can Be Together
03 - Wooden Ships
04 - St Charles
05 - She Has Funny Cars
06 - Count On Me
07 - Good Shepherd
08 - Eskimo Blue Day
09 - Ballad Of You & Me & Pooneil
10 - Banter > I'm A Dreamer

CD2:

01 - Miracles
02 - Young Girl Sunday Blues
03 - Blues From An Airplane
04 - Shadowlands
05 - Hyperdrive
06 - The Light
07 - Volunteers
     E:
08 - Coming Back To Me
09 - Have You Seen The Saucers? >
10 - Somebody To Love

Line-up:
Paul Kantner
Marty Balin
Diana Mongano
Prarie Prince
Slick Aguilar
Chris Smith
Tom Lilly
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15776 on: May 30, 2023, 11:06:18 AM »
Jethro Tull 1973-07-16 TCCC Fort Worth TX (Your Rich Attainments Are All Imagined) (T-52)

I'm the guy who recorded this show.  I have the original analog cassette tapes of it.  Over the years I have traded analog tape copies but until now have never done a digital transfer of it.  This is the first and only time it has been digitally transferred from the original analog cassette tapes.  This would be the one to get since any others were made from analog copies I sent out in trade.


Mics:  (2) Sony ECM 19B >
Recorder: Realistic SCT-7 Stereo Cassette Recorder >
Tape:  Maxell Ultra Dynamic C-90 cassettes
       the Original Analog Cassette Tapes >
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 > SHN

Ian Anderson
Martin Barre
Jeffry Hammond
John Evan
Barriemore Barlow

disc 1
 
A Passion Play
     1.   Lifebeats
     2.   Prelude
     3.   The Silver Cord
     4.   Re-Assuring Tune
     5.   Memory Bank
     6.   Best Friends
     7.   Critique Oblique
     8.   Forest Dance #1
     9.   The Story Of the Hare Who Lost His Spectacles
     10. Forest Dance #2
     11. The Foot of Our Stairs
     12. Overseer Overture
     13. Flight From Lucifer
     14. 10.08 To Paddington
     15. Magnus Perde
     16. Epilogue
     17. Thick As A Brick (The Middle Bit)

 
disc 2
 
     1.   Cross-Eyed Mary
     2.   No Rehearsal
     3.   Instrumental (incl. Thick As A Brick & Drum Solo)
     4.   Aqualung
     5.   Wind-Up
     6.   Instrumental (incl. Minstrel In The Gallery)
     7.   Locomotive Breath / Hard-Headed English General
     8.   Wind-Up (reprise)

I have also done the artwork for this version of this show.   Please keep the artwork and text file, unaltered, together with the SHN's.

Don't rename directories or file names if you share this.

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15777 on: May 30, 2023, 01:24:13 PM »
*** AT WIFE'S REQUEST ***

Elvis Costello & The Attractions
Agora Theatre
Cleveland, OH
1977-12-05

Soundboard Recording
CD > EAC > flac

Running time: 53:24
01. Welcome To The Working Week (1:16)
02. (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes (2:26)
03. Hand In Hand (2:13)
04. Waiting For The End Of The World (4:00)
05. No Action (2:04)
06. Less Than Zero (2:56)
07. The Beat (3:23)
08. No Dancing (2:34)
09. Big Tears (3:10)
10. Blame It On Cain (3:08)
11. Little Triggers (2:39)
12. Radio, Radio (2:40)
13. You Belong To Me (2:33)
14. Pump It Up (2:40)
15. Lipstick Vogue (4:17)
16. Watching The Detectives (5:35)
17. Miracle Man (3:32)
18. Mystery Dance (2:17)

This one has been in my collection for some time and it sounds excellent coming from the soundboard! Here is a young Elvis Costello and the legendary Attractions playing their hearts out.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15778 on: May 30, 2023, 02:24:48 PM »
Grand Funk Railroad
Agora Ballroom
Cleveland,Ohio November 1,1982
soundboard

linage:
CDR>EAC>wav>Flac Frontend>FLAC

01. Footstompin' Music
02. Rock and Roll Soul
03. Paranoid
04. No Reason Why
05. Queen Bee
06. I'm Your Captain
07. Heartbreaker
08. Mean Mistreater
09. We're An American Band
10. The Loco-Motion
11. We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
12. Gimme Shelter

I bought this disc from someone who was selling radio shows a few years back.I can't confirm if this was ever broadcast. I couldn't pass on any Grand Funk and took a chance. This is a great sounding show and the band is in fine form. Original bass player Mel Schacher is replaced by Dennis Bellinger. Mark Farner on guitar and Don Brewer on drums.
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The Civil Wars
Schubas
Chicago, IL  (USA)
April 11, 2011

Source:  Audience recording > CSB mics > Sony PCM M-10 (16/96) > ? > FLAC. Taped by Auger_d@xxxx.com. 

CD 1:
01. Tip of My Tongue
02. Forget Me Not
03. From This Valley
04. 20 Years
05. Sunshine
06. I've Got This Friend
07. Girl With the Red Balloon
08. Barton Hollow
09. Falling
10. C'est La Mort
11. I Want You Back
12. Birds of a Feather
13. O'Henry
14. Disarm
15. My Father's Father
16. Poison and Wine
17. Billie Jean
18. Dance Me to the End of Love

Total time = 76:44

Notes (from Auger_d): "Solid show from the duo.  The crowd was quiet during the songs which helped make a great recording.  This was the first of two sold out shows in Chicago at Schubas.  Recorded from the front left facing the stage.  Several pics are included."
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