Dr. John and the Lower 911
"Time For A Change"
Late Show with David Letterman
CBS Ed Sullivan Theater
New York City
"Time For A Change" = 2:49
Clip Length = 3:23
**Please note this is an analog cable capture, and may suffer from a bit of ghosting as is common with many non-digital broadcasts. Refer to screen shots below.
CBS Analog Cable > Dell Angel USB TV Tuner > Windows XP Media Center > DVR-MS > Nero Vision > MPEG-2
~~GSpot Codec Info~~
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Resolution: 720 x 480
Video Bitrate: 7468
Frame rate: 29.97
Audio format: LPCM
World Financial Center
Core Sound Binaurals/Sony-D-8/Panasonic SV3700-Creative Extigy-Cool Edit Pro
Pink Floyd - Interstellar Fillmore
Recorded live at the Fillmore West, April 29th, 1970
Label: HRV CDR016
Audio Source: Soundboard
Sound Quality: A
Lineage: Original Harvested SHN-files --> FLAC level 8
(see protocol file for conversion details)
Number of Discs: 2
Total running time: 130:32 (60:27 / 70:05)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Interstellar Encore is a progressive rock ROIO by Pink Floyd.
Recorded live 29 April 1970 at the Fillmore West, San Francisco, California. (Be careful not to confuse this set with the Floyd's studio appearance at KQED, which was videotaped earlier on the same day and which has been widely circulated.)
This show has been circulating for many years as an incomplete soundboard recording in excellent quality, missing the beginning of "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun" and all but the first minutes of "A Saucerful of Secrets". It has been one of the most bootlegged concerts in Pink Floyd's career, with many previous RoIOs released under real and fictitious dates (one of the most common claiming to be live at Winterland on 21 October 1970). However, Interstellar Encore trumped those earlier releases by interpolating a second source, recorded from the audience and also in excellent quality, that includes the full "A Saucerful of Secrets" and the previously-unknown encore, a powerful performance of "Interstellar Overdrive" (which gives this RoIO its title). Also included are some between-song conversations which were missing on earlier releases. Interstellar Encore does not, however, include the first half of "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun", which reportedly is on the audience source but suffers from severe tape speed problems.
Harvested Records has remastered this show, removing a chirping noise that plagues certain sections of the recording, and released it as Interstellar Fillmore. Other CDR releases of this show are numerous, and the complete "second source" (audience tape) is available in Pink Floyd trading circles, though hard to find.
Info: Tenth in a series of Harvested uploads...
101 Grantchester Meadows 6:59
102 Astronomy Domine 10:31
103 Cymbaline 11.15
104 Atom Heart Mother 20:03
105 Embryo 11:39
201 Green is the Colour 4:35
202 Careful With That Axe Eugene 11:32
203 Set The Controls 16:05
204 A Saucerful of Secrets 22:21
205 Interstellar Overdrive 15:32
MOODY BLUES FILLMORE EAST,NYC MARCH 19,20 OR 21,1970
1-//Gypsy (Of a Strange and Distant Time)
3-Dr. Livingstone, I Presume
4-Never Comes The Day
8-Are You Sitting Comfortably?
Have You Heard (Part 1)
Have You Heard (Part 2)
9-Nights in White Satin
10-Legend Of A Mind
11-Ride My See-Saw
AUD MASTER > 3RD GEN CASSETTE > M-AUDIO TRANSIT >
COOL EDIT > CD WAV EDITOR > FLAC
Date: 9th April 1993
Location: Sound City (BBC), Hallam University, Sheffield
Generation: low gen
Lineage: TDK SA90 > NAB Cassette deck > Protools > AIFF > Flac
Total length - 19:46
I got this in a trade circa 1994/95 and it sounds as good as it did then. This has only just been transferred from cassette so enjoy all you Techno and Warpheads out there. If anyone can help with the track list please advise.
Digitised & Seeded by Happy Trader, June 2008
I hope you dig this - but please don't convert to mp3 or sell.
John Zorn's Naked City
got this in trade, eac & tlh used, then dime.
28 tracks 73.59
Back In The Earth
The List Of Adrian Messenger
Blood Is Thin
Perfume Of A Critics Burning Flesh
Mr Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
You Will Be Shot
Graveyard Of The Brotherhood
Victims Of Torture
Fuck The Facts
Man From Uncle
Punk China Doll
Saigon Pick Up
John Zorn-alto sax
May 10, 1978
My Father's Place
Roslyn, NY, USA
OK but not great black and white audience DVD video. Single camera close to stage - all close ups, mostly on David Byrne. Audio is decent audience quality though hissy because the original audio levels were very low. Please check the samples to get an idea of the quality for yourself.
Many thanks to Davmar77 for the previous versions of this show as audio and then DVD video after that. The video was sent to him by another Dime member whose name has unfortunately been forgotten. Thanks also go out to whoever created the nice artwork that is included.
This has been reworked a lot since the last seed:
Audio and video synched up better, audio normalized with a few other minor problems fixed seamlessly, minor bad frame errors repaired, video noise at bottom of screen masked, chapters and selection menu added. Choice of AC3/Dolby Digital or linear PCM audio tracks added. Artwork included.
00:00:00 chapter 1 - Take Me To The River
00:04:45 chapter 2 - The Book I Read
00:09:27 chapter 3 - Girls Want To Be With The Girls
00:13:10 chapter 4 - With Our Love
00:16:43 chapter 5 - Uh Oh Love Comes To Town
00:19:38 chapter 6 - Building On Fire
00:22:25 chapter 7 - Don't Worry About The Government
00:25:37 chapter 8 - The Good Thing
00:28:59 chapter 9 - Artists Only
00:33:33 chapter 10 - Pulled Up [cut]
00:36:05 chapter 11 - No Compassion
00:41:25 chapter 12 - Found A Job
00:45:51 chapter 13 - thanks and crowd
original attributes from last seed's info file:
720 X 480
Sys Bitrate: 10080 Kb/S Vbr
Dolby Ac-3 Audio
Beta Max (Sound Mixed By Brian Eno) > ? > Vhs > Pc (Via Sony Giga Pocket) > Premiere > Encore.
Notes for this rework:
Content losslessly extracted with Cinematize2 to Quicktime file > Final Cut Pro > Compressor > DVD Studio Pro > VIDEO_TS file set.
Audio exported to Pro Tools for fixes and placed back into Final Cut Pro before Compressor down-sampling. (No noise reduction or equalization was done to the audio)
New attributes as reported by MPEG Streamclip:
Bit Rate: 8.33 Mbps
224 MPEG-2, 720 x 480, 4:3, 29.97 fps, 7.70 Mbps, lower field first
161 PCM stereo, 48 kHz, 1.54 Mbps
128 AC3 2/0, 48 kHz, 448 kbps
Note: The artwork that's with the torrent download is incorrect for the last 3 tracks on this reworked DVD. A fixed version of the art has been posted in the comments so please use that one if you care. Also this description has been updated with correct chapter timings...
Enjoy and SHARE!
San Francisco, CA
Source: Unknown Mic > Unknown Analag Equipment
Transfer: CDR-? > EAC (Secure) > WAV > Flac Frontend (Level 7) > FLAC
Disc 1 (42:45):
01 To Defy The Laws Of Tradition
02 Here Come The Bastards
03 Groundhog's Day
04 John The Fisherman
05 Damned Blue Collar Tweekers > Dueling Banjos > Damned Blue Collar Tweekers
06 Wynona's Big Brown Beaver
07 Hello Skinny (w/ Residents singer)
08 Tommy The Cat > Thank You (Sly & FamilyStone) > Another One Bits the Dust (Queen) > Rapper's Delight (Sugarhill Gang) > Dueling Banjos > Sweet Home Alabama (Skynyrd) > Tommy the Cat
Notes: Banjo show.
Ronnie Scott's - London
april 14, 1973
Here is a show, or we could say a session, played at Ronnie Scott's by this marvellous band
on april 1973 WMWM played two shows at Ronnie Scott's in London.
on 13th evening with Ron Mathewson as bass player, replaced by Richard Sinclair with the el.bass the next evening.
Richard Sinclair: "they asked me to stand in for the bass player, who couldn't be present.
I kept myself almost always underneath them, playing a lot of gurgleing notes. That Dave MacRae is a real monster to play"
(from "wrong movements" by Michale King)
enjoy the music...
probably from the original audio tape > CD-r > flac > dime
thanks to the trader P.Z.
Robert Wyatt : voice, Vocoder, drums, percussions, organ
Richard Sinclair : el.bass
Dave MacRae : El.piano
Gary Windo : tenor sax
Set List (44:50)
there is no setlist cause it's one long perform;
here and there you can listen something like Matching Mole or Nucleus;
at 25:35 for few seconds we can hear well the Matching Mole's Smoke Signals
no artworks, if anyone could make it....
don't transfer to MP3 or other lossy media
trade only, don't sell it
Re-seed from Dime, Major big thanx to PZ and props to all else who keeps these shows alive!
BB King, Johnny Winter --> PLUS BB King **AND** Johnny Winter (Mind-melting!) <-- Live At The Newport Jazz Festival 1969-07-06 from 2nd gen AUD reel-to-reel tape with known lineage(rec1)- *BLOWS AWAY ANY PREVIOUS VERSION* "Freakin' At Newport, Part 2" (mp3 sample) NTSC AUDIO DVDr 24bit 48Khz
***A 16 bit cd-burnable version will follow***
Welcome to Part 2 of an historic event!
The performances of the two artists of this show really could not be seperated. The announcements during and between sets connect them as one event, so they are presented together. BB King performs first, then Johnny Winter, and then BB King JOINS Johnny Winter for a jam session that has to be heard to be believed. To say they go a little crazy together is an understatement. The recording quality of the BB King starts off a bit better than the previously posted Led Zeppelin. It then takes another major leap forward just before Johnny Winter hits the stage.
These over-the-top performances, that you can listen to over and over again!
Even though part of this recording needed speed correction, that's not a pitch problem you hear. BB's guitar is "funky-style" out of tune. Not out of tune to itself, but pitched slightly out-of-key. It certainly adds another dimension to the sound of his band. You'll notice it more on the jam with Johnny Winter.
BB King (33:52)
Every Day I Have The Blues
How Blue Can You Get
Whole Lot Of Lovin'
I've Got A Good Mind To Give Up Living
What's Wrong Little Mama
Please Accept My Love (Instrumental)
Why I Sing The Blues
Johnny Winter (38:22)
Leland Mississippi Blues
Black Cat Bone
Mean Town Blues
It's My Own Fault
BB King With Johnny Winter (26:59)
Every Day I Have The Blues Jam
I've Been Mistreated Jam
Lineage: MR->R->??R??->Sound Forge ->16 cent slowdown (3/5 of 1/4 of one note) for part of show->FLAC via Flac Frontend->Lplex
Several glitches in the original tape were smoothed out. Pitch was matched and maintained throughout with "Virtual Keyboard".
***A 16 bit cd-burnable version will follow***
The following is reproduced from the Led Zeppelin torrent, for any newcomers who haven't seen it yet. I apologize for the duplication:
This is a DVD-r, which was created with the Sourceforge.net program Lplex. It was done as a DVD-r instead of a DVD-a as there aren't as many people who can play DVD-a (I can't). What you are getting is a regular NTSC DVD with a black screen. This has several advantages to a 24 bit/48K FLAC transfer... one of them is that you can actually hear the recording in higher resolution through your DVD player (on a home theatre system it is even better). If it's FLAC files you really want, the program will reverse the multiplexing if you tell it to.
It's possible, although completely unconfirmed, that you are hearing these performances for the first time. Can anyone confirm that?
July 1st, 2002
Ft. Reno Park
AKGC1000s (Hypercardiods) FOB -> SBM-1 -> M1
Fostex D5->Ausiophile2496 via AES/EBU->Cool Edit Pro->CD-WAV->SHN via MkwSHN
Recorded and Transferred by David Landsberger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
03. Full Disclosure
05. Smallpox Champion
06. Back to Base
07. Life And Limb
08. Close Captioned
09. Rend It
12. The Kill
15. Epic Problem
18. Song #1
Los Angeles, CA
Thursday, June 12, 2008
SOURCE: Schoeps MK4 > actives > NBox+ > R09 @ 24bit/48kHz
LINEAGE: 24bit/48kHz > 16bit/44.1kHz > FLAC (Level 6)
RECORDED BY: "Josephine"
Hard to pick a catagory for this one.
Kind of a cross between: HipHop / Soul / Psychedelic
01. instrumental #1
02. instrumental #2
03. Amerykahn Promise
04. The Healer
06. My People
09. On & On
10. ... & On
12. I Want You
13. Other Side of the Game
16. a vortex
17. Time's a Wastin
18. Love of My Life (An Ode to Hip Hop)
19. the end
~ Dedicated to my son Jack ~
Gong, featuring Steve Hillage
Venue: The Forum, Kentish Town, London
Date: 15th June, 2008
Steve Hillage - Guitar, Vocals
Miquette Giraudy - Keyboards, vocals
Daevid Allen - Guitar, Vocals
Mike Howlett - Bass
Gilli Smyth - Space whisper
Theo Travis - Sax, Flute
Chris Taylor - Drums
My knowledge of where one track ends and the other starts is, for the most part, sketchy and it would take me all day to work through my old Gong albums to figure it out properly ....... so I just split the tracks up in places that seemed most likely. There is almost certainly a tracklist up on the Gong Forum, but they charge £10 +VAT to join which is the first time I've ever seen a band ask for money to join a mailing list and I'm too shocked to even consider paying.
This has taken some cleaning up, but I'm pleased with the result. Check out the before and after sound samples in the comments below.
The sound last night was as muddy as a hippo's favourite place. The only instruments that came over clearly were Daevid Allen's voice & guitar and the flute/sax. Both Gilli Smyth and Steve Hillage were way too low in the mix for me and I really struggled to hear any of what Miquette was playing (although her voice came over lovely and clear). When Hillage sang it was pure bliss. When I could hear his guitar properly, it was pure gliss bliss. The bass came over as though Mike Howlett was thumping a collection of wooden and cardboard boxes which is a damn shame because he's such a damn good bass player. The floor in front of the stage bounces like crazy when anyone standing on it even so much as stamps a foot, so I suspect that had a lot to do with the sound quality.
That said, it was a rollicking good night. There were large numbers of people who had left their shed in the far distance and most people were well and truly into it, dancing (sometimes a little too exuberantly considering the promimity of other people's faces to their flailing elbows) and singing. Tragically there was a fair amount of irrelevant chatter - I don't mind hearing people working out who's buying the next round and who's having what drink, that's part of going to a gig, but two guys behind me had a deafening conversation going on and on about their mate Gary, who's a really good bloke apparently, but about whom I wanted to know absolutely NOTHING thank you very much so please shut up and let me listen !!!!!
Marantz PMD620 using internal condenser stero mics and recording 44.1kHz wav -> USB -> Adobe Audition (EQ to reduce bass, BBE Sonic Maximiser for phase shift correction to freshen up the mid range and treble) -> CDWave (trackplitting) -> TLH (FLAC and torrent file)
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Chicago Blues Festival
trade>cdr>eac>wav>traders little helper>flac level 6
1. Scuttle Buttin'
2. Say What!
3. Ain't Gone 'N' Give Up On Love
4. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)
5. Mary Had A Little Lamb
6. Texas Flood
7. Come On (Part III)
9. Say What!
10. Change It (with Jimmy Vaughan)
11. The Sky Is Crying (w/Albert King, B.B. King, Paul Butterfield, & Phil Collins)
Grant Park, Chicago (tracks 1-8)
Saturday Night Live 15feb86 (tracks 9-10)
"BB King & Friends" TV special (track 11)
Return to Forever
Paramount Theater, Austin, Texas
Source: DSM-6S/L > preamp > Microtrack 24/48
Location: Row 8, right in front of the left stack.
Transfer: Microtrack > Wavelab 5.0 (resample, dither) > CDWave (tracking) > flac level 6
Taped and Transfered by Larry Pillman (email@example.com)
Set 1 (75:06:04)
1. Hymn of the 7th Galaxy
2. Vulcan Worlds
3. Senor Mouse
5. Song to the Pharoah Kings
Set 2 (71:30:15)
1. Al Di Meola Solo* >
2. No Mystery*
3. Chick Corea Solo* >
4. Romantic Warrior* >
5. Stanley Clarke Solo* >
6. Lenny White Solo* >
7. Romantic Warrior*
8. Beyond the Seventh Galaxy
Chick Corea - Grand Piano, Keyboards
Stanley Clarke - Double & Electric Bass
Al Di Meola - Electric & Acoustic Guitar
Lenny White - Drums
* - Acoustic
Recorded from Row 8, right in front of the left stack
Sick Bits Vol. 21a
Source: Matrix (SBD/AUD mix):
SBD: (shnid=212) - via Darrin Sacks
AUD: (shnid=14193) - via Noah Weiner(encoding) via Mark Cohen(A/D xfer)
AudMC > DAT > WAV > SHN
Recorded by Jerry Moore about 15 rows from the stage on center axis
with 2 hand held AKG D-1000E mics > Sony 152 deck. Maxell UD-120
cassettes, with Dolby B ON.
Both sources were converted to WAV >
Sony Vegas 5 > WAV > CD Wave > FLAC 16 (level 8)
Matrixed by Chris Chappell
s1t01 - tuning & crowd
s1t02 - Promised Land >
s1t03 - Bertha >
s1t04 - Greatest Story Ever Told
s1t05 - Deal
s1t06 - Me And Bobby McGee
s1t07 - Scarlet Begonias
s1t08 - Jack Straw
s1t09 - Loose Lucy
s1t10 - Mexicali Blues
s1t11 - Sugaree
s1t12 - The Race Is On
s1t13 - It Must Have Been The Roses
s1t14 - tuning & crowd
s1t15 - Playin' In The Band
s2t01 - tuning & crowd
s2t02 - China Cat Sunflower >
s2t03 - I Know You Rider
s2t04 - Me And My Uncle
s2t05 - Ship Of Fools
s2t06 - El Paso
s2t07 - Eyes Of The World >
s2t08 - Wharf Rat >
s2t09 - Sugar Magnolia
s2t10 - Johnny B Goode
Tracking: (see shntool for track times)
Since the second set fits on one disc, I would put the tuning + Playin' by
themselves on disc 2. Tracks are named by set as opposed to disc as there
are many media options now for output.
Both nights at the Miami Jai-Alai Fronton are excellent shows in their own
right, following closely on the heels of the amazing 6-16 and 6-18 shows, all
part of a short 8 show summer run. This Saturday night show, often overshadowed
by the unique show the following night, is crackling with energy, and features
an amazing China>Rider, a 28+ minute Playin', and the 9th Scarlet ever. As a
foreshadow of the Healy weirdness to follow the next night, there is a strange
electronic effect at the beginning of Greatest Story - the first time I have
heard this type of effect used at a Dead show. Healy must have had a new toy.
The SBD mix is somewhat low in terms Garcia's guitar due to his loud stage volume.
Thus, when coupled with the excellent Jerry Moore AUD, which is predominated by
Garcia, the matrix really works well with everyone represented and balanced.
Many thanks to Jerry Moore for recording the AUD, and to Mark Cohen for the
transfer, and to Noah Weiner for converting it to shn. Thanks to Darrin Sacks
for the SBD source.
Thanks to Bill Zormeir (AKA Zman) for the excellent artwork.
Civic Centre, Raleigh, NC
November 5th 1978
Lineage: Aud > CDr(x) > Eac > WAV > CDWave (re-track) > Flac (Level 8)
Sound Quality: B-
01. Small Change
02. Step Right Up
03. I Wish I Was In New Orleans/A Sight For Sore Eyes/Jitterbug Boy
04. Sweet Little Bullet From A Pretty Blue Gun
05. Christmas Card From A Hooker......
06. Baby, Aint' I Good To You
07. Pasties & A G-String
08. Burma Shave
09. band introduction/applause
10. Blue Valentine
A decent audience recording for it's age but it's not without it's little artifacts ->
- there's a noticeable cut between tracks 8 & 9 - possibly an encore snip [no music lost]
- a glitch in track 9 at the beginning
Artwork by waitswatcher included
June 15th 2008
Jamming With Carlos
Convention Centre, Niaga Falls, New York
June 23, 1975 - EC Compilations
2) Bell Bottom Blues
3) Key to the Highway
4) Motherless Children
5) Driftin' Blues
6) I Shot the Sheriff
7) Can't Find My Way Home
8) Mainline Florida
1) Teach Me to Be Your Woman
2) Tell the Truth
4) Eyesight to the Blind
Comments: The show begins with Eric asking "Did you like Santana?". The band gets into several nice extended jams, the first about 9 minutes into "I Shot the Sheriff". Yvonne Elliman really shines with a simply beautiful performance of "Can't Find My Way Home", which is also highlighted by a great harmonica solo. Recorded the day after Eric's performance with the Rolling Stones at Madison Square Garden in New York City, before "Mainline Florida" asks the crowd "Did you see the Stones when they were here?" Who sings vocals on "Mainline"? It sure doesn't sound like EC. Please email if you know. Typically weird band introductions for the period from EC: "I'd like to introduce the band in case mumble mumble ... Yvonne Elliman, sitting on the couch ... George Terry fiddling with his knobs ... Monkey Oldaker, twitching as usual ... Carl 'D' ... Dickie Sims on good looks ... Marcy on high vocals and frustration ... I'm Roy Rogers!". A fun show - recommended.
Visitor Comments: "The vocalist on Mainline Florida is none other than George Terry. I was at this show and remember it quite well!" - Marc
DAEVID ALLEN - Divided Alien Clockwork Band
1980-04-27 New York, NY - Squat Theater - aud (116m)
Daevid Allen solo (with tapes)
1) The Whole Truth (38:11) *
2) The Whole Truth (10:56) **
1) SQ Invocation (8:45) ***
2) Well (1:29)
3) Bell (1:02)
4) Boon (1:05) $
5) Dab (1:46)
6) Gay (2:11)
7) Poet For Sale (4:40) £
8) Disguise (1:07)
9) Captain Shaw And Mr. Gilbert (1:33) §
10) Big Daddy (2:24) &
11) "Oh, let me kiss your aluminium lips" (2:06)
12) Euterpe Gratitude Piece / Sex Is A Careless Sea (7:47) °
13) Death Of Rock (5:24) ?
14) Strong Woman (4:43) #
15) Smile (9:24)
16) I Am A Freud (2:43) %
17) O My Photograph (9:16) =
* Basically the same lecture later released on "The Whole Truth" Gas tape. [Cut at 38:11].
** [Continues]. [Cut at 10:55 on applause].
*** "The band tonight: a bande magnetique, tape recorder, 2 spools, mostly all my own work...".
$ Unlike on the album, it is sung: "Body, don't stop me...don't stop me...not now."
£ [Cut at 4:40 on applause?].
§ [Cut at 1:33 on applause].
& Aka "Tokyo Freedom Blues" ("Hit Men") "I Don't Wanna Be" (Obscura 8) "Toy Blues" (Live USA 79).
° Aka "Love Is A Careless Sea", recited over a tape of "Euterpe Gratitude Piece".
? Rare version with names of live musician: Stevie Wonder, Paul McCartney (refers to Japan bust).
# [Dropout at 0.35]. [Cut at at 9:23 after song end].
% "How many maniacs are there around tonight? Any paranoid people?" [Cut at 2:42 after song end].
= [First notes cut]. [Cut at 12.32 on applause].
Source: Traded CDRs > wav (original logs included) > retracked, edited & speed corrected > flac.
I got this show in a trade with dAS of ubCo, long time collaborator of Daevid's.
There is a cut after Daevid announces a break at the lecture's end; I chose to have the lecture
on disc 1 and the whole show on disc 2.
Date and venue confirmed by Calyx website.
This is an early example of Daevid's "Divided Alien Clockwork Band" show (different setlist from
summer 1980 gigs). The first part is a lecture with Daevid talking about his work from Soft
Machine to Gong. Second part has Daevid performing live supported by backing tapes.
The lecture is NOT "The Whole Truth" GAS RELEASE (from 1980-08-09 Los Angeles Vanguard Party).
The live show is NOT "Divided Alien Clockwork Band - Live At The Squat Theater" OFFICIAL CD
(date on cd is August but ubCO's date for it is Sep 14th 1980.)
Maclen Jun 15th 2008 - torrent shared on Dimeadozen. Please keep it lossless.
Led Zeppelin Live at the Newport Jazz Festival 1969-07-06/7 from 2nd gen AUD reel-to-reel tape with known lineage(rec1)- *BLOWS AWAY ANY PREVIOUS VERSION* "Freakin' At Newport, Part 1" (mp3 sample) CD-BURNABLE VERSION
Thanks to Bill B. for the tape. Long may you wave!
This is the CD-Burnable version of this torrent.
Now, just how long ago was this show? Let's list some of the facts:
1.) Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Sharon Tate and Mary Jo Kopechne were still alive (best wishes for your recovery, Ted... but don't EVER forget. We won't).
2.) "The Moonwalk" referred to people landing on the moon and walking there on the surface... which hadn't happened yet.
3.) Woodstock hadn't happened yet.
4.) The Beatles were still a group and hadn't released their final LP yet!
5.) Cable TV and cell phones were unknown. People were browsing for the latest in TV antennas with rotors!
6.) "The Princess" referred to a telephone... with a nightlight!
7.) Led Zeppelin were a little-known blues band... as were some of the other acts...
This torrent is of an amazing time. Just this once, I'd like to let you in on what's coming up. The following jaw-dropping sets are on their way to you:
B.B. King (first performance at Newport)
B.B. King **AND** Johnny Winter (yes, it's freaking awesome)
Setlist for Led Zeppelin (runtime 55 minutes):
Train Kept A' Rollin'
I Can't Quit You Baby
Dazed And Confused
You Shook Me
How Many More Times
Communication Breakdown (end cut)
Lineage: MR->R->??R??->Sound Forge ->16 cent slowdown (enough to be really noticeable)-> Resampling and Bit Depth Conversion ->FLAC via Flac Frontend level 6, sectors aligned and verified
Commercial break (Werbungzeit):
Since there were comments along these lines the last time around, your humble seeder would like to set the record straight in advance:
The phrase "blows away any previous version" refers to any previous version of rec1. There are three known recorders of the Led Zeppelin set, and this is the best rendition of the best recording of this show. It isn't the longest recording, but it is the best, and yes, it does blow the previous version back to 1969.
Back to your regularly scheduled program!
Santa Monica, Civic Auditorium, on 1973 15 october
from "Halfcut Diamond" CD (2nd half)
01-Intro > Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part I
03-The Night Watch
05-Book of Saturday
07-Peace A Theme
This show seems no complete, if anybody have got all the songs, he will be welcome!
Sheffield City Hall
Nov. 27, 1973
Lineup: Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman, Alan White
The UK Tales tour was performed on the eve of the release of the Tales From Topographic Oceans album in the UK. There were a few differences in the UK tour and the subsequent US tour in that several dates only featured 2 songs from the Close To The Edge album and Heart of the Sunrise was played. Midway through the UK tour Heart was dropped and the entire Close To The Edge album was played. The US tour, for the most part, stuck to that setlist with a few minor variations such as Rick Wakeman doing a solo segment here and there and The Remembering being dropped midway through the tour. This show from Sheffield is, so far, the best sounding show from the UK tour, but sadly the complete show doesn't seem to exist. Also, this show was held in a 2100 seat hall so it was an intimate setting as can be heard from some of the back and forth banter between the band and the audience.
1. Firebird Suite
2. Siberian Khatru
3. Heart Of The Sunrise
4. Close To The Edge
5. The Revealing Science Of God (incomplete)
1. The Remembering
2. The Ancient
3. Ritual (incomplete)
Explosions In The Sky - May 21, 2008
Kulturkirche - Köln "Cologne", Germany
Source: FOB >SP-CMC-u4 >SP-SPSB-10 >iRiver H120 (rockbox)...and Beer :-)
Transfer: H120 >USB >PC >Cool Edit "+3dB" >CDwave >FLAC
->thanks so much for the Setlist and times for track splitting<-
Intro (track1, 0:00)
Memorial (track1, 1:50)
With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept (track1, 11:50)
Catastrophe And The Cure (track2, 5:56)
Six Days At The Bottom Of The Ocean (track2, 14:14)
The Birth And Death Of The Day (track2, 24:11)
Magic Hours (track2, 32:08)
Your Hand In Mine (track2, 41:54)
The Only Moment We Were Alone (track2, 52:35)
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Jefferson Airplane March 12, 1967
Winterland, San Francisco, CA
1) It's No Secret
2) White Rabbit
3) Bringing Me Down
4) Don't Let Me Down
6) Leave You Alone (cut)
8) She Has Funny Cars
9) High Fling Bird
10)And I like It
11)3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds
12)My Best Friend
13)Come Back Baby (cut)
Enjoy and share your Airplane!
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