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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16815 on: February 28, 2024, 02:28:27 PM »
Miles Davis Sextet
May 7, 1971
Fillmore West
San Francisco, CA

Miles Davis (tp); Gary Bartz (ss, as); Keith Jarrett (kb); Michael Henderson (b); Jack DeJohnette (d); Airto Moreira (pc)

Source: Soundboard Recording

Lineage: Unknown

disc 1

d1t01. Honky Tonk
d1t02. What I Say?
d1t03. Sanctuary
d1t04. It's About That Time
d1t05. Funky Tonk
d1t06. Sanctuary

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Notes:

- this is a clean recording, little hiss, audio frequencies out to ~ 20khz; there might be a bit of dc offset to the wav's

- d1t01: starts in progress;pop at 0:55;diginoise rch at 2:11

- d1t02: bass and piano sound somewhat distorted

- d1t04: piano again sounds distorted; pop at 20:24; At end announcer says "Please, Miles Davis and his group. Now appearing here at the Fillmore next weekend will be Humble Pie.. "

- From Plosin's site: "The Davis Sextet opened for The Elvin Bishop Group and Mandrill for four nights at the Fillmore West, May 6-9 (Thursday-Sunday). Columbia probably recorded these shows, but they remain unissued. According to Wolfgang's Vault (http://www.wolfgangsvault.com/), which owns all of the surviving recordings from the Fillmores and has made some available on the web, this music is from May 7, though the version that's available online is also missing "Directions" and the beginning of "Honky Tonk.""
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16816 on: February 28, 2024, 03:12:07 PM »
Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood
Title: Had to Cry Today
Dates: November 17, 2011
Venue: Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center, Sapporo, Japan.

Source: Ex+ Audience Shot
Lineage: 2011 SBS Records Boot DVD-R > PC > You
Apporox: 129mins 4.27GB 16:9

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Set
01: Had To Cry Today
02: Low Down
03: After Midnight
04: Presence Of The Lord
05: Glad
06: Well Alright
07: Hoochie Coochie Man
08: While You See A Cance
09: Key To The Highway
10: Midland Maniac
11: Crossroads
12: Georgia On My Mind
13: Driftin'
14: That's No Way To Get Along
15: Layla
16: Can't Find My Way Home
17: Gimme Some Lovin'
18: Voodoo Chile
19: Cocaine
20: Dear Mr. Fantasy

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Band Lienup:
Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals
Steve Winwood: Keyboards, Guitar, Vocals
Chris Stainton: Keyboards
Willie Weeks: Bass
Steve Gadd: Drums
Michelle John: Backing Vocals
Sharon White: Backing Vocals 

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16817 on: February 28, 2024, 09:07:03 PM »
Talking Heads albums….
Psycho Killer (Live), Speaking in Tongues and And She Was

I have an app on my iPhone called Shazam which identifies songs on the radio. That confirmed a couple of songs as being from Talking Heads. So tonight I played a number of their songs and really enjoyed it. David Byrne’s voice is so unique and distinctive and I love listening to it.

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16818 on: February 29, 2024, 09:16:06 AM »
Richard Thompson’s Big Band
The Bottom Line
New York, NY
October 31, 1983

Master = soundboard (2nd gen)> unknown cassette deck. Copy = master cassette > 1st gen cassette > Nakamichi Dragon > Sony DAT recorder. Clone = 2nd gen DAT > HHB CDR recorder.

Late Show - incomplete:
01. Night Comes In (fades in) (11:05)
02. Hoots Mon (2:57)
03. Devonside (6:26)
04. The Hand Of Kindness (9:45)
05. You Can't Sit Down (instrumental) (4:56)
06. Don't Let A Thief Steal Into Your Heart (8:14)
07. Two Left Feet (6:03)
08. Encore: Loch Lomond (4:23)

Richard Thompson - vocals, guitar
Pat Donaldson - bass
Gerry Conway - drums
Simon Nicol - guitar, backing vocals
Pete Zorn - alto sax
Pete Thomas - tenor sax
Alan Dumm - accordion
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16819 on: February 29, 2024, 10:21:59 AM »
The Seldom Scene
6 February 1999
Mary D. Harrison Cultural Center,
Owings, MD

Source INfo:
SBD>DAT>Hard Drive>CDR>CDR>EAC>WAV>FLAC
Recorded by Eddie Joyce

Disc 1: Set I
1.  Intro
2.  Old Train
3.  Muddy Water
4.  Love of The Mountains
5.  Darlin' Cory
6.  Band Member Intros
7.  Pickaway
8.  Last Train From Poor Valley
9.  How Mountain Girls Can Love
10. Walk Through This World With Me
11. Lord Have Mercy on My Soul
12. Loreena
13. Rollin' & Tumblin'

Disc 2: Set II
1.  Raised By the Railroad Line
2.  I Haven't Got the Right to Love You
3.  C & O Canal
4.  Paradise
5.  West Texas Wind
6.  Lay Down Sally
7.  Theme Time*
8.  Breakin' New Ground
9.  Body and Soul
10. Reason for Being
11. Nadine
Encore:
12. Wait a Minute

Ben Eldridge, Banjo & Wise Cracks
Dudley Connell, Guitar & Vocals
Fred Travers, Dobro & Vocals
Ronnie Simpkins, Bass & Vocals
Lou Reid, Mandolin & Vocals
 
*: w/ Doug McElway on Banjo

This recording came to me back when I lived in Maryland, just outside the DC line,
and had the luxury of being able to see the Scene several times a year at the (new) Birchmere in Alexandria, VA. 
I got the recording on 2 CDRs, with each set being one long track on a CDR.  I got these from a friend of the taper.   
I have not seen this making the rounds at all, at least not on the torrent sites I frequent.  Since it is an
excellent show and the recording is sparkling, I thought I'd do the EAC, tracking, FLAC conversion, and then
share this with the LL community.  I used secure mode in EAC v0.95 beta 4, highest error recovery quality, and NO normalization. 
I did the tracking in CDWave Editor v1.71. 

Hope you all enjoy...and remember, unlike a lot of bands that get torrented here the
Scene still actively plays out (and the current lineup has been together a while and is tight!) so go on out and support them them
if you have the chance.  They are one of the best live bluegrass acts out there...sure to be enjoyed!

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16820 on: February 29, 2024, 12:44:50 PM »
moe.
July 4th, 1997
Furthur Festival
Riverside Park - Springfield, MA

Source: SBD > DAT @ 48kHz
Transfer: Master > DA-20mkII > Delta DiO 2496 > Sound Forge 7 > CDWave > FLAC
DSP: +3dB of gain added, resampled to 44.1 w/anti-alias filter, applied fades

Taped by Dave Flaschner
Transferred by K.C. Cadwallader

== One Set ==

01. Meat >
02. Star Spangled Banner* >
03. Meat >
04. CalifornIA >
05. Moth
06. She Sends Me
07. I Wanna Be Sedated

* First time played. Chuck solo

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16821 on: February 29, 2024, 01:35:28 PM »
Led Zeppelin 1971-03-05
"Listen to this Murphy"
Ulster Hall
Belfast, Northern Ireland
911117 Tarantura 2000
Issue Limit of 100 copies, May 2005

Original Silvers>CDR>EAC>FLAC6

Disc 1
01 Immigrant Song
02 Heartbreaker
03 Since I've Been Loving You
04 Black Dog
05 Dazed And Confused
06 Stairway To Heaven
07 Going To California
08 What Is And What Should Never Be

Disc 2
01 Moby Dick
02 Whole Lotta Love Medley
03 Communication Breakdown
04 Rock And Roll
05 Bring It On Home

The first show of 1971, after recording their fourth album.
First live performance of Black Dog, Stairway To Heaven, Going To California, and Rock And Roll.
Great versions of Rock and Roll and Bring it on Home.

About the release name "911117": Gibson EDS1275 6/12 Double Neck. Made especially for Jimmy by the Gibson Custom Shop for playing Stairway to Heaven on-stage, serial number 911117. (Just in case you were wondering. )


There are three versions of this show:
"911117 (Tarantura2000), Black Helmet (Sharaku), & Black Velvet (Empress Valley)

EV was the first to release this show on cd. They have "completed" songs from different shows. EV doesn't bother to tell us that this is a multiple show mix.

Tarantura2000 is strictly from the one concert. The screeching sound (faulty tape recording equipment) that starts during Stairway has been carefully removed from this release.

Sharaku is identical to Tarantura2000.

There's no tape generation difference between these titles. EV has amplified theirs, bringing up the music and background noise." http://www.bootledz.com/comparisons/6871.htm



"The band played to approximately 1200 people at the Ulster Hall. Now, for the first time ever, we can hear the show in all it's unabated glory. And what a show! The recording is slightly distorted as per many of the audience recordings of the time. However, it is very listenable and hugely enjoyable. Make no mistake about it, what you are hearing is Led Zeppelin at the very top of their game. Their hiatus from the live arena isn't evident for one second; quite the opposite in fact. The rest period appears to have charged Zeppelin's batteries to maximum capacity! The show seems to get better and better with repeated listening too. The band take to the stage and John Bonham settles in behind his kit. He hits the snare drum twice. One perpetual memory of an audience member interviewed for these liner notes reflects the ear-bleeding volume of these notes, literally shocking those around him who quickly became aware of what was about to come. Tonight's set kicks off with a bombastic Immigrant Song, crushing the audience with it's immense volume. A superb Heartbreaker follows, complete with a compact guitar solo and a wave of rhythmic clapping by the crowd who are already very loose! For sure, this concert is a must for any Robert Plant fan. He gives the show 110% and the unbelievable power of his amazing high pitched vocals is evident right from the start. No wonder they had to postpone the BBC 'Live In Concert' Paris Theater recording later that month! Next, Robert introduces 'Since I've Been Loving You' which is greeted by an almighty roar and more clapping to the beat from the Irish fans. Again, there are some great vocals in the last section and the taper's companion comments "That was pretty good wasn't it....?". After some comments about the 'toilet roll' set list and the positive feedback from the crowd, the first premiere of the evening follows. A full-on version of Black Dog complete with a mistake in the first instrumental passage; Well, the number is a musical conundrum after all! A reasonably short but brilliant Dazed And Confused only serves to increase the hysteria with Plant telling the audience to "SWEAT!!!!" during the spaced out section. The crowd show their appreciation during Jimmy's bow solo. For a long time, we have all wondered what the first ever public performance of 'Stairway To Heaven' must have been like. Well, wonder no more for now it can be heard. The recording is slightly cut and the band turn in a fairly standard rendition of the number with no real surprises. It has often been said that a deathly silence hung over the audience after this number, followed by a standing ovation. Not so, applause is offered immediately after the finale of this great opus. The only acoustic number of the night is another world first from Led Zeppelin IV; Going To California'. What follows is possibly one of the best ever live versions of 'What Is And What Should Never Be'. The band perform this number as if it were their last ever show. John Bonham utilizes the gong to great effect, seemingly trying to put a few dents in the damn thing during Jimmy's 'power chord' chops. The band are definitely firing on all six by now! Bonzo has already 'set his stall out' during the first half of the show but the percussion 'army' on display during Moby Dick has to be heard to be believed! One audience member remembers seeing the rest of the band drinking beer at the side of stage during this number, heckling Bonham mercilessly. He beckoned to them, hoping that they would return to finish the song. Bonzo breaks his sticks during Moby Dick, perhaps he was venting some frustration at his colleagues! His violent mood was to remain with him until the band reached Dublin where he picks a fight with Richard Cole and an angry hotel chef! Now into the 'home run', Led Zeppelin finish the main set with a compact 'Whole Lotta Love' medley. Jimmy's soaring and dipping theramin solo is followed by fantastic versions of Boogie Woogie, Honey Bee, Needle Blues and The Lemon Song. The finale has the crowd singing "Way...!" with all their might! Returning to the stage, Robert apologizes to the audience "for not playing here two and a half years ago...." and the band launch into a mental rendition of 'Communication Breakdown' complete with mid-section jam. At the end of the number, someone in the audience exclaims "Jesus Christ.....", an apt reflection of Zeppelin's amazing performance. Plant does his bit for world peace, telling the crowd that "if everybody was like this to each other every day, there would be no problems.....". This sentiment is met with an overwhelming response from their Irish followers. The next encore number is another 'first time round off' performance. This time it's 'Rock & Roll', played at a frantic pace and complete with 'studio version' vocals. The fast tempo of the number is somewhat confused by enthusiastic hand clapping of the now riotous Belfast audience. 'Bring It On Home' is the very rare final encore. The number is preceded by a comment from Robert who jokingly chastises a member of the audience for knocking some of the PA over! To my knowledge, this is the only 1971 version of the song ever captured on tape and a very unusual version it is too. The middle section boasts and extended harmonica and guitar solo. There are no vocals or harp in the final section and a bombastic finale to the song closes this amazing show." (Keith Lambert Dec 2000)
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16822 on: February 29, 2024, 03:35:15 PM »
Pink Floyd
Altes Casino
Montreux, Switzerland
November 21st 1970

Source: Audience
Sound Quality: EX/EX+
Lineage: Claimed Master Reel > DAT(0)@48khz > WAV@48khz > SHN@48khz>
CDWav>FLAC (level 6) via Traders Little Helper

NOTE: These are 48k Files!




Disc 1
1. Astronomy Domine
2. Fat Old Sun
3. Cymbaline
4. Atom Heart Mother

Disc 2
1. The Embryo
2. Green is the Colour>
3. Careful with that Axe, Eugene
4. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
5. A Saucerful of Secrets
6. Interstellar Overdrive/
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16823 on: March 01, 2024, 10:05:24 AM »
Zero
Middle East
Cambridge, Massachusetts
August 12, 1993 – Thursday

Source: Neumann km 82i> Sonosax Sony TCD-10 DAT > Sony D5 Cassette Master
Recorded by Jim Birkhead and Bill Koucky at Soundboard
Transfer: Nakamichi DR-1 > Korg MR-1 DFF [1-bit 2.8 MHz]
Rate Conversion: AudioGate to WAV [24/96]
Mastering in WaveLab with iZotope Ozone 4 EQ and Nomad Limiter Plugins
Rate Conversion: r8brain to [16/44.1] > CD WAVE > TLH > Flac
Transfer, Mastering by Bill Koucky February 2, 2009, Green Mountain Bros.

Disc 1      
1st Set:

1.   Baby, Baby
2.   Tangled Hangers
3.   Horses
4.   Did I Mention
5.   Rigor Mortis
6.   Catalina


Disc 2

2nd Set partial:

1.   End Of The World Blues
2.   Golden Road //
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16824 on: March 01, 2024, 12:02:56 PM »
The Band
Music Inn
Lennox, MA
9/26/76

SBD>?

Set 1 Disc 1
Intro
Ring Your Bell
Shape I’m In
The Weight
Makes No Difference
King Harvest
Ophelia
Stage Fright
Night They Drove Old Dixie Down>Across the Great Divide

Set 2 Disc2
Twilight
Up on Cripple Creek
Genetic Method
Chessfever
Life is a Carnival
Forbidden Fruit
Wheels on Fire
WS Walcott Medicine Show

This is a hissy SBD, indicating a cassette gen or two in there somewhere…the music, on the other hand, is perfect…ever since I heard the Last Waltz for the first time, I’ve been quite a big fan of the Band, and finding shows isn’t all that easy, except for the 7/73 stuff…
This is an awesome show, exactly 2 months before the Last Waltz…enjoy!
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16825 on: March 01, 2024, 02:03:12 PM »
The Other Ones
08-25-00
Shoreline Amphitheatre
Mountain View, CA

** Furthur Festival **

Source: SBD > SFX Webcast @ 300k > Total Recorder 3.4 (@ 44.1k) > CDWav > mkwACT > SHN

Recorded and Seeded by Ryan Burns (mstrpce420@aol.com)
 
Disc 1: (74:20)

01. SFX Webcast Intro
02. Band Intros
03. Jam >
04. Playin in the Band >
05. She Belongs to Me >
06. Playin Jam >
07. Jack Straw
08. Bonnie Raitt Intro
09. West L.A. Fadeaway *
10. Baba Jingo
11. Scarlet Begonias >
12. Fire on the Mountain

Disc 2: (64:44)

01. Preacher in the Ring
02. Cassidy
03. Rainbow's Cadillac *
04. St. Stephen >
05. The Eleven >
06. Drums
07. Noodling/Jam >
08. Banyan Tree >
09. Playin Reprise

Disc 3: (22:44)

01. China Cat Sunflower >
02. I Know You Rider
Encore:
03. Black Muddy River *

* w/ Bonnie Raitt

- seek tables appended
- sector boundaries verified with Shntool

I recorded this show directly from the .asf files used in the webcast. Sounds incredible! No known flaws.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16826 on: March 05, 2024, 10:26:43 AM »
Grateful Dead
Fillmore West
San Francisco, CA
2/5/70

Reel To Reel > CD Burner > Roxio Sound Editor > Wav > Flac16

Patched with SBD MR>C>D>CD

--Recorded my Reel with a TEAC 2300S reel to reel into a 1997 Sony CD Burner (Analogue to Digital with RCA cable
outpout on the TEAC and input to the burner). Ripped the CD's that were burned using Roxio import CD function on my Windows 7
computer and saved them as 14H kbps / 44 kHz .wav files . Tracked and adjusted volume of the .wav files using Roxio
Sound Editor (2009) as well as pitch correcting the files via the WavePad Sound Editor (2023) program by a very small increment
(using the hanno sbd section as a guide). Also patched in the Mason's Children using the same Hanno SBD source and adding in
all the rest of the sbd tracks from The Eleven on. This was also retracked using Roxio Sound Editor (2009) Tagged each file using the Windows 7 'Edit Song Information' function.
All work done by Brian Flegel - brianflegel@gmail.com - 02/29/2024, 03/01/2024, 03/03/2024 & 03/04/2024--

Tracklist

01 China Cat Sunflower >
02 I Know You Rider
03 Big Boss Man
04 Black Peter
05 Mason's Children *
06 {Crowd / Tuning}
07 Season Of My Heart
08 The Race Is On
09 Me and My Uncle
10 {Tuning}
11 Dark Star >
12 The Main Ten >
13 Dark Star >
14 The Other One >
15 Alligator //
16 // The Eleven > *
17 Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) > *
18 Not Fade Away > *
19 Cumberland Blues *
20 Uncle John's Band *

Patch from: gd70-02-05.sbd.hanno.9184.sbefail.shnf

Patch Info:

05 Mason's Children            00:13 to 07:23

16 The Eleven               entire track

17 Caution                entire track

18 Not Fade Away            entire track

19 Cumberland Blues            entire track

20 Uncle John's Band


Notes:

03/01/2024
This was a rescued Reel from Ebay that I finally got around to transferring - it has an unknown lineage but it was proportedly recorded
by a Fillmore West Employee - This AUD recording sounds fantastic and I think is Mono. It definitely fills in a gap from this night.
I don't believe that there is another recording of the Dark Star > Alligator as of 2024 - so hopefully more of this night emerges as I am left
wondering what happens after Alligator and before The Eleven from the other circulating source.

03/04/2024
Wanted to create a new seed that was better speed / pitch corrected and had all the SBD parts patched in so here it is, Enjoy!

-Brian Flegel (lossless legs member: cloverman)
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16827 on: March 06, 2024, 06:22:19 AM »
Jeff Beck- guitar
Tim Bogert- bass and vocals
Carmine Appice- drums
Jahrhunderthalle
Frankfurt, Germany
October 8, 1972
audience reel master > DAT > CD >
cd extractor (wav) > flac (sb's aligned) >
torrentially yours.
thanks to luciferburns
and PEB1962 for providing this recording
and to the taper (neither of those 2)
for recording this.
runtime: 78:20 (minutes/seconds)
 setlist:
 1: crowd  2:18
 2: tuning 1:28
 3: superstition 5:19
 4: livin' alone > 5:21
 5: tonight I'll be staying here with you  4:49
 6: people get ready  2:51
 7: lady 7:03
 8: morning dew > 5:30
 9: plynth (drum solo, Carmine Appice)  7:53
 10: shotgun (including bass jam, Tim Bogert) 13:51
 11: let me love you (cuts, spliced, tape flip) 9:26
 12: Jeff's boogie 5:00
 13: ? 1:12 (maybe part of Jeff's boogie but it sounds like a different
song to my ears, and there is a bit of a pause between JB and this.)
 14: encore break applause  1:10
 15: why should I care 5:04
 comments:
  this is a rather nice sounding audience tape for a BBA show and appears to be
almost the full show. there's a flip cut in the middle of let me love you. I think
the rest of this show is in here.

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16828 on: March 06, 2024, 01:15:46 PM »
Pink Floyd
Title:  "Lord Of The Universe"
Date: May 18,1972
Location: Berlin, Germany
Label:  DFA - Digital Floyd Archives

DISC 1:
1.BREATHE
2.ON THE RUN
3.TIME
4.BREATHE
5.THE GREAT GIG IN THE SKY
6.MONEY
7.US AND THEM
8.ANY COLOUR YOU LIKE
9.BRAIN DAMAGE
10.ECLIPSE

DISC 2:
1.ONE OF THESE DAYS
2.CAREFUL WITH THAT AXE, EUGENE
3.ECHOES
4. SET THE CONTROLS FOR THE HEART OF THE SUN

Comments:In the short European tour before the second U.S. tour in 1972
, the early Dark Side set was played in Berlin once

SQ=  VG
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16829 on: March 06, 2024, 03:26:22 PM »
KEITH & DONNA GODCHAUX BAND
LION'S SHARE,
SAN ANSELMO,CA.,USA
APRIL 17,1975
DEBUT PERFORMANCE

KEITH GODCHAUX   - KEYBOARDS,VOCALS
DONNA GODCHAUX   - VOCALS
?                - DRUMS
RAY SCOTT (?)    - GUITAR
STEVE SCHUSTER (?)- SAX
?                 - TRUMPET
MIKE LARSCHEID (?)- BASS

CD 1

1-INSTRUMENTAL
2-MY LOVE FOR YOU
3-SHOW ME
4-SWEET INSPIRATION
5-INSTRUMENTAL
6-I GOT JESUS

CD 2

1-INSTRUMENTAL
2-SHOWBOAT
3-LET ME LOVE YOU
4-INSTRUMENTAL
5-SWEET BABY
6-WHEN YOU START TO MOVE

MASTER SB REELS > REEL > REEL >
BAKED TO RESTORE FOR PLAYBACK >
M-AUDIO TRANSIT > COOL EDIT >
CD WAVE EDITOR > TRADERS LITTLE HELPER > FLAC

SB MASTER REELS AND 1ST GEN REELS
NO LONGER EXSIST IN THEIR ENTIRETY.
THIS 2ND GEN COPY IS THE ONLY COMPLETE VERSION.

ALSO APPEARING WERE THE ROWAN BROTHERS

HUM IS PROBABLY DUE TO A GROUNDING
PROBLEM IN THE CLUB.
NOT AS NOTICEABLE DURING THE MUSIC.

RECORDED BY ED PERLSTEIN :

Yes, I recorded the first Keith & Donna Band show at the Lion's Share in San Anselmo, Ca. 
I was friendly with the sound guy, and he let me plug my reel 2 reel in to the board. 
But the club was so small, that not everything was miked b/c it wasn't necessary. 
Anyway, after the show Rex Jackson took the reels away from me b/c he wasn't aware
until after the show that I recorded it.  No one else recorded it. 
Rex eventually gave them back to me, but I later erased all but one master reel.
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