Billy Cobham/George Duke Band
Billy Cobham- drums
George Duke- keyboards and vocals
John Scofield- guitar
Alphonso Johnson- bass
Los Angeles, Ca.
December 31, 1976
performance quality: B to B+, it varies some
recording quality: B+, last song not quite as good but the difference is not very noticable. source: FM broadcast tape (unknown gen./lineage)
setlist: I need help with this. set and concert not found on etree. The only songs I could title here are balls to the wall (5), and giant child within us ego (7) runtime: 83:21 (10 tracks, one is band intros.)
this appears to be a full set of BCGD band with the same lineup as heard on their live album (that was recorded in Montreux, Switz.) and I didn't see it on the dime tracker (including dead torrents) so I'm sharing my copy. There's probably a better one but this sounds decent, it comes from jazzdave and his stuff is always of low-generation source if not a master. I had to patch 4 short sections in the last track when the right channel cuts out in the source (it's not tape dropouts, there are a couple of those too but nothing real annoying or lasting, most of it sounds clean for an unknown-gen. recording.). I had to splice the tape flip, not sure if any music is missing, but I don't think so, it was during a pause in the action. the first song may cut in slightly, if so only a few seconds missing, and none of the other songs sound cut to my ears. jazzdave is also good about minimal interruptions in his recordings and he's a rather big Billy fan. thank you for this and the San Francisco 74 one (end on the same tape) which I'll seed with this one (in a seperate torrent). kinebee recently brought us the BCGD band with Doug Rauch from Dallas
in 75. This show has Alphonso Johnson, and his sound is very different, funkier. some might like Doug better but I like both of them. If you dig Doug more, the 74 one also has him playing bass.
do not sell this recording.
Trade freely and losslessly.
A Skateboard Party (Liberated Bootleg LP)
"Live 13.09.1982 in Satelite County" (Germany?)
Lineage: Vinyl>CoolEdit Pro 2.0>wav>declicking (just enough to remove some noise without distortion)>wav>CD Wave>Flac Frontend>flac
01 Man with the Dogs
02 Forward to Death
03 Kepone Factory
04 Life Sentence
05 Trust Your Mechanic
06 Moral Majority
07 Forest Fire
08 Winnebago Warrior
09 Police Truck
10 Bleed for Me
11 Holiday in Cambodia
12 Let's Lynch the Landlord
13 Chemical Warfare
14 Nazi Punks Fuck Off
15 We've Got a Bigger Problem Now
16 intermission with Heino
17 Too Drunk to Fuck
18 Kill the Poor
I don't have much info on this one - just what is on the album cover. I'm including jpg's of the front & back covers; and the LP label (flipside is a blank label).
If anybody has any other info about this title, it would be greatly appreciated. Please post!
starving missile records
Kägelbanan, Stockholm, Sweden
Taped by Friday
AUD > Zoom H2 (internal mics) > 24bit/48khz WAV > Sound Forge 9 (EQ, compression, split to tracks) > 16bit/44.1khz WAV > FLAC
01 - [intro]
02 - Flower Sun Rain
03 - BUZZ-IN
04 - Laser Beam
05 - Pink
06 - Statement
07 - Floor Shaker
08 - My Neighbour Satan
09 - No One Grieve
10 - You Were Holding an Umbrella
11 - [untitled]
12 - Farewell
Boris were headlining after Growing and This Will Destroy You (TWDY was also taped, need help with setlist). They did mostly songs from the new Smile album, some tracks from the Japanese version and some from the US one. You have to figure out which on your own ;)
They played really loud and the resulting master seems to have clipped. I couldn't hear it so I'm guessing it was the really low bass. I EQed it some because it was drowning in bass. Then I remembered it was Boris and added some back.
There was an idiot in the audience who were screaming "Det är så jävlar sjukt" (it's so fucking sick) and similar phrases repeatedly (he was saying it before they even started actually). I was standing behind him first but moved away after it was clear he wasn't going to stop. He of course then moved in the direction I did (after a while). I moved again but there wasn't anywhere in the room you couldn't hear him. He actually came up to me and introduced himself afterwards, said he saw me in the line for Pelican.
I don't care which format you spread this in. I don't know why people do.
Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT
December 3rd 1980
Hitherto uncirculated soundboard fragment.
This copy: 59.26 min, SBD, A+/A (A-/B+ around tape flip)
Source: Unknown generation soundboard fragment
Lineage: sbd > ? > CDR > EAC (secure, proper offset) > WAV > Sound Forge 7.0 (edits) > FLAC > WAV > Soundforge 5: speed correction, minor re-tracking >
flac FFE lvl7 w/SBA (385 MB)
Transferred By: Unknown
Edited By: Drew51,flambay
FZ, Ike Willis, Steve Vai, Ray White, Arthur Barrow,
Vinnie Colaiuta, Tommy Mars, Bob Harris #2.
01 tuning 1:07
02 Chunga's Revenge 6:03
03 Panty Rap 3:03
04 Tell Me You Love Me 2:12
05 Cosmik Debris 3:51
06 Keep It Greasey 3:00
07 The Blue Light 5:39
08 Goblin Girl 4:05
09 Pick Me I'm Clean 6:59 °°° tf/cut at 0:06 °°° sonic flaws around tf
10 Dead Girls Of London 2:55
11 Shall We Take Ourselves Seriously? 1:38
12 City Of Tiny Lights 11:31 °°° (Holy Shit!!)
13 Mudd Club 2:43
14 The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing 3:15
15 Suicide Chump 1:18 °°° (cut-bummer!)
Total time 59.26 min
Some compression was used in transfer.
Levels were hot, I didn't do the transfer.
Artifacts can be heard. All we have.
Major saturation problems during Pick Me I'm Clean solo.
Thanks to the unknown taper and to those getting this to
2008 06 19 - Drew51 ZRP Archives
-- Drew51 & flambay
This is one more 60 min. cassette (obviously not the complete concert) from a delicious soundboard made available by two bright guys over Zappateers. All thanks and praises for them, for sharing it with the world... Freshly seeded there, you might opt to snatch it from their tracker: http://www.zappateers.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=12662
The late concert is available here:
Because the LATE concert contains a commercially available snippet (Tracy Is A Snob/YCDTOSA#6), during the last song recorded, The Torture Never Stops, I (very much) recommend you to snatch the late portion over there...
Disclaimer: Folder kept in its original format, therefore there is no artists name on it. People who snatched this over Zappateers are welcome to help seeding if they feel like it. Enjoy!