NOTE : this torrent differs from that at http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=247125
September 20th 1968
CD > EAC > Flac (TLH) level 6 > dime
CD#1 Early Set
1. Five To One
2. Love Street
3. Love Me Two Times
4. When The Music's Over
5. A Little Game
6. The Hill Dwellers
7. Light My Fire
8. The Unknown Soldier
CD#1 Late Set
1. Five To One
2. Mack The Knife ~ Alabama Song
3. Back Door Man
4. You're Lost Little Girl
5. Love Me Two Times
6. When The Music's Over
7. Wild Child
9. Light My Fire
10. The End
Jim Morrison : Vocals
Robbie Kreger : Guitar
Ray Manzarek : Keyboards
John Densmore : Drums
Source : Swingin' Pig Records TSP-CD-004-2.
Great quality recording, clear crisp and no intrusive audience or chatter. No notes on original cd or cover about whether soundboard or audience - and will take a braver man than me to claim it is sbd - but overall this gets an A from me.
One of my favourite Doors shows - hope you enjoy
Upped to dime by ArsNova October 2009
Interview (for Cerys Matthews show)
BBC 6 Music Studios
Digital Satellite broadcast (live) 2009-09-30 MPEG1 layer 2 48kHz @ 160kbps:
BBC Radio 6 > DVB-S > Hauppauge Nova-S > DVBviewer > .ts > PVAStrumento > .mpa >
MpegSchnitt (trimming) > .mp2. Tags added with Foobar 2000.
Total Time : [10:59]
By special request for a very good friend, the Kodester.
Unlike another torrent of this material that is up on another tracker, this is a fresh rip direct from my Mid Valley silver without any processing whatever.
Kode mah man !
Santana with Eric Clapton
Wally Heider Studios
San Francisco CA
November 18th 1970
Santana Band With Eric Clapton bootleg
Mid Valley Records
MVR - 130
Okay, now there are a lot of stories on this session. I've been researching this since 2002, when I got this bootleg when it was released. It is commonly referred to as Santana with Derek & The Dominos. It's not. It's Clapton sitting in with the Santana band as they were rehearsing. It is referred to as the Village Recorders tape. It's not. While it's not known for certain, it is most likely to have been at Wally Heider Studios in San Francisco. It's most commonly dated to October 18, 1970. Wrong again. Both bands were on the East Coast, Santana in Miami on the 17th and D&D in Philadelphia on the 17th. It's known that it happened during D&D's 2 night stand in Berkeley, which took place on November 18th and 19th. Take your choice. I chose the 18th.
What you have is some loose jams from rehearsals, with Clapton sitting in.
02. Just Like You
03. Everything is Coming Our Way
06. Try To Make It Real Compared To What
07. Blues Shuffle Jam
Lineage: SBD > my Mid Valley silver CD > EAC > FLAC (level 8)
Ripped and encoded by BluesFan 2009.09.30
Amon Düül II
Munich (München), Blow up Club
1.Phallus Dei (24:46)
2.Luzifers Ghilom (10:14)
lineage: aud. tape unknoen gen. > cool edit > CDR > flac
This is NOT from the "Flashback & Freeky" Bootleg. It's the same recording, but a different generation tape (which I got in the mid 80s)
In my opinion it's a somewhat clearer listening.
Some of you will notice that the 2nd improvisation is shorter than on the FF-Boot.
This is because on the tape a huge section of the track is repeated and additionally contained something not of this concert.
I removed this, so this makes the track 18min shorter, but complete.
This tape transfer and editing was a lot of work, which was done 9 years ago with cool edit software.
This is Krautrock History. The only know live recording of 1969 of Amon Düül II.
Qualiy isn't the best, but worth having.