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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15345 on: January 24, 2023, 01:31:33 PM »
Johnny Winter
Jai Alai Fronton
Bridgeport, CT
1977-08-31

A Goody Speed/Pitch-adjusted Remaster


00  final song of James Cotton Blues Band with introductions#  9:21

01  Hideaway 8:43
02  Messin' with the Kid* 8:36
03  Bony Moronie 8:05
04  Walking by Myself 6:48
05  Mother Earth 18:17 
06  11 Months And 29 Days 7:26 
07  Jumpin' Jack Flash 7:09
08  Wildwood Flower > Instrumental with introductions 5:42
09  Johnny B. Goode 7:18
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15346 on: January 25, 2023, 05:46:34 AM »
Santana / Wayne Shorter Band
Fillmore
San Francisco, California
June 15, 1988

Speed corrected remaster

Lineage(mr_mags, January 2009): SBD/FM > ? > CDrs from Trade > EAC > FLAC
Additional lineage (glasnostrd19, September 2013): CD extractor > Sound forge (wav, retracking and level balancing) > FLAC (sb's aligned)
Additional lineage (ledwhofloyd/Ross, July 2022): FLAC > TAudioconverter (combine tracks) > Audacity > MATLAB > Audacity > foobar2000/TLH > FLAC (level 8)

Setlist
01. Serpentine Fire  7:57
02. Wayne II (Kinesis)  4:20
03. Wayne I  11:46
04. Incident At Neshabur  13:20
05. Shhh  8:11
06. Bella  5:01
07. Fireball 2000 w/Ndugu Solo  10:54
* intermission *
08. Goodness And Mercy  4:08
09. Band Introduction  1:26
10. Sanctuary  8:06
11. For Those Who Chant  7:52
12. Intro Of John Lee Hooker  2:06
13. The Healer  6:36
14. Hannibal  5:17
15. Cavatina (Johnson solo)  11:28
16. Mandela  5:14
17. Encore Intermission  2:14
18. Elegant People  6:27
19. Ballroom In The Sky  6:46
20. Once It's Gotcha  8:31

Running Time: 137:40

Band Personnel:
Carlos Santana: guitar, percussion, vocals
Wayne Shorter: saxophone
Alphonso Johnson: bass guitar
Chester Thompson: keyboards, vocals
Patrice Rushen: keyboards
Armando Peraza: percussion, vocals
Jose "Chepito" Areas: percussion
"Ndugu" Leon Chancler: drums
and in part, special guest John Lee Hooker: guitar
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15347 on: January 25, 2023, 09:38:14 AM »
Little Feat
July 19, 1973
"Snakes on Everything"
Ebbet's Field, Denver, CO

Early and Late Show

Source: silvers>EAC>shn

This is likely a FM or pre-FM original source.

There is some static/noise in the intro of the band and
the sound moves around a bit for the first 2 minutes
while they try to find the right mix.

Set I
Hamburger Midnight, Got No Shadow, On Your Way Down, Walking All Night, 2 Trains, Willin', Cold Cold Cold, Dixie Chicken> Tripe Face Boogie, Fat Man in the Bathtub,

Set II
Late Show - apolitical Blues, 2 Trains, Got No Shadow, Shit Hits the Fan, Texas Rose Cafe, Snakes on Everything, Cat Fever, Walking All Night, Sailing Shoes, Dixie Chicken> Tripe Face Boogie
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15348 on: January 25, 2023, 11:50:34 AM »
Canned Heat
Boston Tea Party
June 29th 1970

Bob (The Bear) Hite - vocals, harp
Al (Blind Owl) Wilson - guitar, harp, vocals
Harvey (The Snake) Mandel - guitar
Larry (The Mole) Taylor - bass
Adolfo (Fito) De La Parra - drums

Lineage:

Master Soundboard Reel 7 1/2ips 1/2 track --> Maxell UD35-90 7 1/2ips 1/4 track (Revox B77) --> Tascam CD-RW2000 -->EAC --> CDWAV --> FLAC (8)


Disc 1

1. I Found Love
2. Catfish Blues
3. Bullfrog Blues
4. Gonna Find a New Woman
5. Killing Floor (w/ members of Kaleidoscope)
6. Bring It On Home

Disc 2

1. (Kaleideheat) Boogie  Jam w/ Kaleidoscope

Heads were aligned for optimum playback. I never used noise reduction.

As with all Digital releases, this is for free trade or blank media trade only.
Not to be bought or sold. Keep the spirit of trading alive and well.
Nothing has been edited out or EQ'd except for a reel flip.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15349 on: January 25, 2023, 01:33:38 PM »
EDIT...this is killer  :D 8) :thumb:

David Bowie
Werchter Festival 5th July 1997

SBD > CD-R > EAC > Audacity > mda image > CD Wave (track splitting) > TLH > FLAC

01 The Jean Genie
02 Dead Man Walking
03 I'm Afraid Of Americans
04 Battle For Britain (The Letter)
05 White Light, White Heat
06 Fashion
07 Seven Years In Tibet
08 Fame
09 Looking For Satellites
10 Under Pressure

This is a mixing desk recording of David Bowie and his band playing the Werchter Festival on 5th July 1997.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15350 on: January 26, 2023, 11:29:11 AM »
Outformation
Rafter's
St. Simons Island, GA
May 15, 2009 [Friday]

--24 bit fileset--

source: Peluso cemc6/ck21 [onstage/nos] -> BMp2+ UA-5 -> R-44 [24/48]
transfer:  R-44 -> CD Wave -> Wavelab 5.01a [fades] -> FLAC [6]

recorded by:  Chris Davis and Col. George

Set 1:
01. [05:20]   Valley Blue ->
02. [11:25]   Carnac
03. [06:50]   On Your Mind
04. [05:04]   One More Time ->
05. [03:35]   Tina Funk ->
06. [08:01]   Into My Arms
07. [08:27]   Unwound
08. [06:54]   American Spirit

Set 2:
01. [11:18]   Start it Out Again
02. [06:35]   Game On ->
03. [08:10]   Bout my Money ->
04. [01:26]   Drums ->
05. [03:13]   Bout my Money
06. [06:49]   Faded Memory
07. [08:42]   Can't Change the Past
08. [07:17]   24 Hours at a Time
09. [04:43]   Untitled Lee instrumental
10. [11:44]   90
11. [05:16]   Sweet Louisiana
12. [03:51]   crowd

13. [02:40]   Happy Child ->
14. [10:16]   Center Stage ->
15. [04:59]   Bad Bitch
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15351 on: January 27, 2023, 06:23:03 AM »
Journey
06/08/1976 
Paramount Theater
Seattle, WA

Lineup:
Drums: Ansley Dunbar
Bass: Ross Valory
Keyboards/Vocals: Gregg Rolie
Guitar: Neal Schon

SetList:
In My Lonely Feeling/Conversations
Look Into The Future
On A Saturday Night
Midnight Dreamer
Of A Lifetime
You're On Your Own
It's All Too Much
Topaz

I personally would have moved the split between OAL and YOYO to before the noodling intro, but I left the files as I got them

Lineage:
Data CDR containing FLAC & md5 files

Quality: (IMHO)
Sound:  Ex-
Performance: Ex-

There is some tape hiss, but it is not bad at all for a '76 show.  You can hear the crowd, especially between songs and during quiet parts, but during the songs mostly you can't hear them.  Someone in the band says "Hello Seattle" after LITF and "Thank You Seattle" after Topaz.

It is amazing that these pre-perry shows are showing up, and with such good quality too!
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15352 on: January 27, 2023, 07:32:33 AM »
EDIT: Killer lyric from Charlie during track 5...."You've got a nickel, I got a dime. Let's put it together and buy some wine".  :drool: :thumb: 8)


Charlie Daniels
Paul's Mall
Boston, MA
5 July 1973

FM broadcast > master reel tape(recorded by Neil Cronin) > reel recorded at 3.75ips played back on Akai GX4000D >
Numark 20 Band Equalizer > HHB CDR 830 by allsoundz from master reel

cdr>eac(secure mode)>flac(level 6) by carville 12 December 2007

total time 66:50

1 No Place To Go
2 Uneasy Rider
3 Caldonia
4 Goin' Down
5 Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee
6 Blues in the Night (?)
7 Flip, Flop and Fly
8 Orange Blossom Special

Charlie Daniels - guitars/fiddle/vocals
Billy Cox - bass
others unknown
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15353 on: January 27, 2023, 10:25:44 AM »
Release Date: 2009-10-01
Band: Frank Zappa
Date: 1976-10-31 Late Show (Sunday)
Venue: The Felt Forum
Location: New York, NY
Analog Audience Source: FOB Master Cassettes (MAC)
Medium Stock Brands: MAC = 1 x TDK SA-90 & 1 x TDK SA-60
Analog Lineage: 1 x Sony ECM99 => Sony 153SD >> MAC
Analog Sound Preservation: MAC >> Nakamichi DR-1 => Grace Design Lunatec V3 >> Korg MR-1000 >> DSF [1-bit 5 -6448 MHz Stereo] >> Korg MR-1000 => Korg AudioGate >> WAV [24/96]
Taped By: Barry Glassberg
Transfer By: Adam Egert
Mastering By: Derek McCabe

LATE SHOW:
s2t01 - Introduction >   
s2t02 - Stink Foot >
s2t03 - Poodle Lecture >
s2t04 - Dirty Love
s2t05 - Pound For Brown On The Bus >
s2t06 - Drum Solo >
s2t07 - Wind Up Working In A Gas Station >
s2t08 - Trying To Grow A Chin >
s2t09 - The Torture // Never Stops > **
s2t10 - City Of Tiny Lights >
s2t11 - You Didn't Try To Call Me >
s2t12 - Titties And Beer >
s2t13 - Black // Napkins > **
s2t14 - Advance Romance
encore 1:
s2t15 - What's A Girl Like You Doing In A Place Like This? >
s2t16 - Dinah-Moe Hum
encore 2:
s2t17 - Camarillo Brillo >
s2t18 - Muffin Man

** tape flips patched from source: "1976-10-31 (L) NYC 128.01 Aud 1st (Yojimbo-fl)"


== Frank Zappa's Band Oct 1976 - Mar 1977 ==
FZ, Ray White, Patrick O'Hearn, Terry Bozzio, Eddie Jobson, Bianca [Thornton] (through Nov. 9) 
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15354 on: January 27, 2023, 02:53:28 PM »
^^^^ EDIT : wife request ^^^^

Radiohead
Glastonbury Festival
Pilton, England
June 28, 1997

Source (tracks 1-3): BBC Transcription Services "In Concert" CD > CDR(?) > SHN > WAV > * (see notes) > FLAC
Source (Rest of show): SBD > EMI Promo Cassette > WAV > CDR > SHN > WAV > * (see notes) > FLAC

Notes:
This show has circulated from a few different sources, and sometimes in incomplete form.  This particular source supplies most of the show from the EMI promo cassette.  The only problem with the EMI promo is that it didn't include the first three tracks of the show... "Lucky," "My Iron Lung," or "Airbag." 

When I received this show in SHN format the BBC sourced tracks were in one folder, and the EMI sourced tracks in another.  If you were to simply take the BBC tracks and place them before the EMI tracks you were left with a sloppy transition (the end of the BBC source seemed to cut out abruptly, and didn't flow smoothly into the EMI source). 

What I have done here is basically taken the last track of the BBC source ("Airbag") and crossfaded it with the first track from the EMI source ("Planet Telex").  What you're left with is a very smooth transition from one source to the other, giving the impression that this is a complete show taken from a single source. 

The only other issue that existed with this show was that there was some slight static/crackling on the BBC source (maybe this is why it wasn't used for the entire show).  I have taken the BBC source and ran it through GoldWave's Pop/Click Filter, and this issue has been slightly improved.  Before I used the filter you could hear the static a little bit, now you can only hear it if you're looking for it, either way, it's barely noticeable and doesn't interfere with the listening experience.

The overall volume and mix of each source seemed to be about the same, so no further adjustments were made.

I encoded the files to FLAC (level 8) with Trader's Little Helper, and also corrected the SBE's (which were most likely a result of my edits).  I have included the original text files that I received with each source, and also "before" and "after" samples of the transition edits that I made between d1t03-d1t04.

01. Lucky
02. My Iron Lung
03. Airbag
04. Planet Telex
05. Exit Music (For A Film)
06. The Bends
07. (Nice Dream)
08. Paranoid Android
09. Karma Police (missing)
10. Creep
11. Climbing Up The Walls
12. No Surprises
13. Talk Show Host
14. Bones
15. Just
16. Fake Plastic Trees
17. You
18. The Tourist
19. High & Dry
20. Street Spirit (Fade Out)
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15355 on: January 27, 2023, 03:03:14 PM »


For 'Think...It's all good', bass player Dean Peer (1959) put together an unusual ensemble in which equal parts of folk, funk, jazz and Indian music are melted into an exciting new amalgam. A true master on the electric bass guitar and famous for his ground-braking harmonics techniques, our man from Boulder, Colorado, has always been into creating new sounds. Not only on his instrument, but also when it comes to ensemble sound. For his third album and debut on Turtle Records, Peer put together tablas and various other percussion, violin, jews' harp and harmonica. For the album that was recorded in a Mennonite church in Amsterdam, Peer teamed up with violinist Stephen Trishmen, percussionist Ty Burhoe and Howard Levy on harmonica, jews' harp and other 'mouth instruments' like a double ocarina, a four hole pewter ocarina and even a Spa mineral water bottle.

In the meticulously composed framework of the music there's plenty of room for experiment and improvisation. Rhythm and grooves form a firm base on which a truely transparant arrangement of melody, harmonics and chords can florish. As said, the ingredients reveal musical traces from all over the world, though the first impressions of freedom, funky grooves and virtuoso, sometimes electrically manipulated (violin) playing, give 'Think...It's all good' a particularly Western, contemporary feel.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15356 on: January 27, 2023, 04:25:34 PM »
The Band
Wax Museum,
Washington, DC
04/30/1984


Source: Soundboard Cassette (1st gen) from the collection of Jim Vita
Transfer: Cassette  > Nakamichi CR-7A > Tascam DA-3000 > DSF 1-bit/5.6MHz > Tascam Hi-Res Editor > wav  24/96
Lineage: wav 24/96 > Adobe Audition 3 > iZotope RX 9 Advanced > CD Wave > Flac24



01   tuning
02   A Story Everybody Knows
03   Long Black Veil
04   The Shape I'm In
05   It Makes No Difference
06   Milk Cow Boogie
07   Mystery Train
08   King Harvest (Has Surely Come)
09   One More Shot
10   W.S. Walcott Medicine Show
11   You Don't Know Me
12   Stage Fright
13   Caledonia




Levon Helm - drums, mandolin,harmonica, vocals,
Rick Danko - bass, vocals
Richard Manuel - piano, organ, vocals
Garth Hudson - keyboards, saxophone, accordion, woodwinds, brass

additional musicians:

The Cate Brothers Band
Earl Cate - guitar
Ernie Cate - keyboards
Ron Eoff - bass
Terry Cagle - drums


Comments:

- The tape comes to a very abrupt end. This may be the whole show but judging by the length of other shows on this tour it seems unlikely.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15357 on: January 27, 2023, 05:22:54 PM »
Long John Baldry
Fly By Night Club Fremantle
Perth, Western Australia
1996-11-00



01.One Step Ahead Of You
02.Shake That Thang
03.talk
04.Midnight In New Orleans
05.talk
06.Cross Cut Saw Blues
07.radio announcer
08.A Thrill's A Thrill
09.Iko-Iko
10.Baby Please Don't Go
11.Letís Burn Down the Cornfield > Spoonful



Long John Baldry - vocals
Widgeon Holland - guitar, vocals
John Lee Sanders - saxophones
Norman Fisher - bass
Eric Webster - piano, hammond organ
Al 'Baby' Webster - drums





ABC AM broadcast >aiwa tapedeck> Maxell xls 11 tape >marantz deck > Mac HD > Adobe Audition tracking > XACT SBE( LEVEL 8 )
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15358 on: January 28, 2023, 12:46:50 AM »





With Jazz In The New Harmonic, David Chesky and his band of all-star jazz musicians fuse 21st century classical harmonies with the city's rhythms to create a new genre of jazz.  Jazz In The New Harmonic liberates the pulse, soul, energy, and groove from past traditions; it's the first encounter with the transcendental music of our age.  Chesky is a first-class provocateur, and his 21st century classical harmonic approach is kicked into high gear with this streamlined New York groove machine
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