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Pink Floyd

1966-1967:   Pink Floyd: London 1966-1967:  DVD    London, England    (60m)    E-

1966 > :   The Pink Floyd & Syd Barrett Story:  DVD    (2 DVD)   

66-Oct-31:   Roundhouse, Chalk Farm    London, England    (Interstellar Overdrive:   15.46)    VG+/E-

Sourced from  Early Flights Vol 3

1966-2000:   Pink Floyd:  Legends:  DVD    (43.30m)

I read that this aired on 02-Jan-13, but I am not sure
Taped and transferred to DVD by me  (VH1 Legends > VHS:    commercials removed)

67-Jan-20:   On The Air    UFO Club, Tottenham Court Road - London, England

Matilda Mother and Interstellar Overdrive

67-Feb:   On The Air    CBC Radio

Interstellar Overdrive and Interviews with Pink Floyd   

67-March:   Video Upgrades:  DVD    "Bouton Rouge" - French TV    (BT > DVD)   

bcast on French TV's "Bouton Rouge" on 67-May-21  -  Arnold Layne promo film  (b+w)

67-Mar/Apr:   On The Air    Abbey Road - London, England

Outtakes and Interview with Peter Jenner   

67-May-14:   On The Air    BBC TV Center - London, England

Pow R Toc H, Introduction by Hans Keller, Astronomy Domine, and Interview with Roger Waters

67-May-14:   Look Of The Week:  DVD    BBC TV Center - London, England    (BT > DVD:    4.19m:    b+w)    VG+

Astronomy Domine

67-July-23:   On The Air    Cosmopolitan Ballroom - Carlisle, Cumbria, Scotland

Reaction In G and Set The Controls

67-Sept-13:   What Syd Wants    (Harvested Records)    Star Club - Copenhagen, Denmark    (FLAC > CD:    36.56m)   

67-Sept-25:   The Complete Top Gear Sessions    BBC Playhouse Theater - London, England   (BBC Top Gear Show)    (2CD)   

67-Nov:   Jugband Blues Promo:  VCD    w/ Corrected Soundtrack    (BT > VCD:    3.08m)   

67-Nov-13:   What Syd Wants    (Harvested Records)    Oude-Ahoy Hallen - Rotterdam, Netherlands    (FLAC > CD:    46.13m)   

67-Dec-12:   Tomorrows World:  DVD    Mike Leonard's House - Stanhope Gardens, London, England    (BT > DVD:    6.35m)   

The segment w/ Floyd is only about 2min, but this appears to be the last video of Floyd w/ Syd
Syd looks great in this - no hint of being out of it, which makes me wonder...

67-Dec-20:   The Complete Top Gear Sessions    Maida Vale Studio 4 - London, England    (2CD)   

67-68:   San Francisco:  DVD    Dir: Anthony Stern, England    (BT > DVD:    15.33m:    Colour)    E-

Short movie of San Francisco set to an alternate? version of Insterstellar Overdrive  -  no group footage

68-Feb-20:   On The Air    ORTF TV Studios - Paris, France   

Astronomy Domine only

68-Feb-20:   Bouton Rouge TV Show:  DVD    ORTF Studios - Paris, France    (BT > VCD > DVD:    9.55m)   

Transferred to DVD by me from VCD source

68-Mar-11 ?:   Video Upgrades:  DVD    "Discorama" - French TV    (BT > DVD)   

possible bcast date of Paint Box video on French TV's "Discorama"

68-May-6:   On The Air    Palazzo Dello Sport - Rome, Italy   (Rome International Pop Festival)

Astronomy Domine, Interview with Roger Waters, Set The Controls, and Interstellar Overdrive

68-May-6:   Rome International Pop Festival    Palazzo Dello Sport - Rome, Italy    E-/E

Same set list as above - all but IO are sourced from a lower gen source, resulting in more bass and greater dynamics
Definitely an upgrade, but may be wasted on the casual collector - heads up, though, to the low gen collectors ;)

68-May-23:   Amsterdam 1968    Paradiso - Amsterdam, Netherlands   (both shows - low gen)    (2CD:    Monkey)    VG+

68-June-25:   The Complete Top Gear Sessions    201 Piccadilly, Studio 1 - London, England    (2CD)   

68-June-25:   Celestial Voices    BBC Studios, 201 Piccadilly - London, England    (SHN > CD:    20.33m)    E-

68-July-27:   Shrine Exposition Hall    Los Angeles CA    (FLAC > CD:    31m)    E-

68-Aug-31:   Kastival 68:  DVD    Kasterlee, Belgium    (BT > MPEG Format > DVD:    Astronomy Domine,  3.46m)   

68-Aug-31:   Video Upgrades:  DVD    Kastival 68, Kasterlee, Belgium    (BT > DVD:    Astronomy Domine)   

Also contains songs fr Mike Stuart Span, Status Quo, Spencer Davis Group, Crazy World Of Arthur Brown fr the festival

68-Sept-21:   On The Air    ORTF TV Studios - Paris, France

Let There Be More Light only

68-Oct-12:   Video Upgrades:  DVD    "A L'Affiche Du Monde" - French TV    (BT > DVD)   

bcast date of Let There Be More Light + Corporal Clegg  (audio only for Corporal Clegg)

68-Nov-3:   On The Air    The Tabernacle - London, England

Set The Controls only

68-Nov-26:   Video Upgrades:  DVD    "Tous En Scene" - French TV    (BT > DVD)   

bcast date of Let There Be More Light + Flaming

68-Nov-30:   On The Air    Psychedelic Club - Paris, France

Let There Be More Light and Flaming

68-Dec-2:   The Complete Top Gear Sessions    Maida Vale Studio 4 - London    (2CD)   

68-Dec-28:   Jaarbeurs-Margriethal    Utrecht, Netherlands   (2nd Gen)

1968:   Sounds Of Change:  DVD    (MPEG2 > BT > DVD:    2.28m)    VG+

Sysyphus Improv  -  possibly 68-Sept-7: Tous En Scene, ORTF TV - Paris, France ?

69-Jan-22:   On The Air    ORTF TV Studios - Paris, France

Set The Controls only

69-Mar-27:   St. James Hall    Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England    (63.16m)    VG-

69-Apr-14:   The Massed Gadgets Of Auximenies    Royal Festival Hall - London, England    (2CD:    93.23m:    HRV-009)    VG

There are one or two times where the HRV has better clarity than the 2nd Gen recording, such as in the post scream
section of Careful you can hear the drums & bass instead of just the guitar in the 2nd Gen version

69-Apr-14:   2nd Gen    Royal Festival Hall - London, England    (SHN > 2CD:    88.25m)    VG/VG+

A slight but definite improvement to the HRV release, which applied a little too much NR or something
This is brighter and has better dynamics

69-Apr-14:   The Festival Hall 1969 Rushes:  DVD    Royal Festival Hall - London, England    (HRV > BT > DVD:    24.50m)    E-

Put with 72-May-22 on same dvd

69-Apr-27 + 69-May-2:   Careful With These Tracks    Birmingham + Manchester   England    (Lossy Source > FLAC > CD:    56.01m)   

different mixes of live Ummagumma album and Interstellar Overdrive, which was pulled from the official LP

69-May-9:   Beset By Creatures Of The Deep    Southampton University - Hampshire, England    (original silver)    VG/VG+

69-May-9:   Southampton University    Hampshire, England    (Master > A1 > DAT4 > CD5 > SHN > Speed Corrected > CD)    VG+

This 1st gen recording had a noticable 'slow speed' problem, so I boosted the pitch by .70 Semitones

69-May-12:   The Complete Top Gear Sessions    Paris Cinema - London, England    (2CD)   

Daybreak , Cymbaline , The Narrow Way Pt 3

69-May-12:   From Oblivion    Paris Cinema - London, England    (2CD)   

Green Is The Colour , Careful With...  (Careful fades early  -  a complete recording exists)

69-May-12:   Celestial Voices    BBC Session, Paris Cinema - London, England    (SHN > CD:    19.10m)    E-

69-May-12:   Unbroken Sequence    BBC Night Ride Show, Paris Cinema - London, England    (FLAC > CD:    11.25m)    E-

This is the unbroken sequence with wind & seagull sounds segueing the songs

69-June:   On The Air    EMI Studios - London, England

Cirrus Minor only

69-June-22:   Free Trade Hall    Manchester, Lancashire, England    (1st gen)    VG

A lower gen source than the standard circulating recording  -  it has distortion, but more detail
Overall, a definite upgrade - though it is still not great

69-June-26:   Royal Albert Hall    Kensington, London, England    (low gen)

69-July-10:   On The Air    BBC TV Center - London, England

Moonhead only

69-Aug-8:   Plumpton Racecourse    Sussex, England    (ACR-001:    69.12m)

Complete show  -  cleaned up, with channel-corrected IO

69-Aug-8:   England  1969-08-08    Plumpton Racecourse - Sussex, England    (FLAC > CD:    Recorder 1:    36.06m:    inc)

69-Aug-9:   Celestial Voices    The Paradiso - Amsterdam, The Netherlands    (SHN > CD:    39.55m)    E-

69-Sept-17:   The Man And The Journey    Concertgebouw - Amsterdam, Netherlands    (original silver)    VG

What a typically horrible job GDR did on this  -  they were not a good label

69-Sept-17:   Concertgebouw      Amsterdam, Netherlands    (complete Harvested version:    2CD > Overburned 1CD:    81.15m)    E-

Some recording of this show is rated as Essential Floyd Collection Material

69-Oct-11:   Trouble In Knebworth    Gruga Halle - Essen, West Germany    (Song Days Festival)

I compared it to "Song Days '69" (FRP) and they sounded identical to me

69-Oct-25:   Interstellar Zappadrive    Actuel Festival - Amougies, Belgium    (SHN > CD)    VG/VG+

Complete performance, including Interstellar Overdrive w/ Frank Zappa

69-Oct-25:   Actuel Festival:  DVD    Amougies, Belgium    (BT > DVD:    8.10m)    VG+/E-

Set The Controls + Careful With  (both incomplete)

69-Oct-25:   Actuel Festival:  DVD    Amougies, Belgium    (BT > DVD:    11.45m:    colour/b+w)    VG+/E-

Green Is The Colour (complete),  Careful With That Axe (inc)  +  Set The Controls (inc)
Careful With That Axe  +  Set The Controls were taken from the above 8.10m DVD

69-Oct-25:   Video Upgrades:  DVD    Actuel Festival - Amougies, Belgium    (BT > DVD)   

bcast on French TV's "Monsier Cinema" on 70-May-30  -  Green Is The Colour + Careful With That Axe  (CWTA is incomplete + b/w)

69-Oct-25:   Video Upgrades:  DVD    Actuel Festival - Amougies, Belgium    (BT > DVD)   

bcast on French TV's "Rockenstock" on 72-Jan-15  -  Set The Controls

69-Dec-6:   2nd Gen Source    AFAN Festival of Progressive Rock - Port Talbot, South Wales, UK    (SHN > CD:    37.07m)    VG+

Significant upgrade over my original recording  (since removed from this list)

69-Dec-6:   Lord Snooty 1st Gen Cassette    AFAN Festival - Port Talbot, South Wales, UK    (FLAC > CD:    24.53m)

I added the missing Set The Controls to this, bringing the total time to 36.48m




The January-March 1970 shows  (especially Jan + Feb)  shows are the first of three peak months during their wonderful 1970-1971 period

70-Jan-18:   Heart Beat Pig Meat    Fairfield Hall - Croydon, Surrey, England    (2CD:    123.22m)    VG

This show  (not necessarily this version)  is rated as Essential Floyd Collection Material

70-Jan-18:   2nd Gen Recording    Fairfield Hall - Croydon, Surrey, England    (SHN > 2CD:    126.55m)    VG

This has the correct track order  -  like above version, has frequent changes in volume

70-Jan-18:   5th Gen Recording    Fairfield Hall - Croydon, Surrey, England    (SHN > 2CD:    124.08m)    VG

70-Jan-23:   Master Tape    Paris, Theatre des Champs Elysees - France    (Master Tape:    FLAC > 2CD:    126.34m)    VG / E-

In terms of sound quality, 70-Jan-23 is by far the best sounding recorded performance from this very brief but very special period of the band (Jan-Feb 1970)

70-Feb-11:   Project Birmingham    Town Hall - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England    (2CD:    110.41m    HRV-024)    VG

Rated as Floyd Essential Collection Material  -  this is probably the most essential recorded Floyd show

70-Feb-11:   Lord Snooty Low Gen Cassettes    Town Hall - Birmingham, England    (BT > 2CD:    107.24m)   

70-Feb-11:   Atomic Heart Beat In The Hall    Town Hall - Birmingham, England    (FLAC > 2CD:    107.27m)   

70-Feb-28:   Refectory Hall - Leeds University    Yorkshire, England    (2CD)    E-

This is the untouched, pre-Harvested source that was used to create Six Of One  (HRV-030)

70-Mar-12:   A Trick Of The Light    Auditorium Maximum, Hamburg University - W Germany    (original silver)

70-Mar-13:   Audimax der Technische Univ West    Berlin, W Germany    (Master > DAT5 > 2CD)   

Cymbaline played w/o the Footsteps sequence

70-Mar-14:   Masters Of The Mystic Arts    Meistersinger Halle - Nuremberg, W Germany    (2CD:    speed corrected, declicked, etc)   

70-Mar-15:   Niedersachsenhalle    Hannover, West Germany    (2CD:    low gen:    86.06m)    VG+/E-

This is a very nice sounding recording (possibly a 1st gen source) w/ much better sound than the Sgt Weatherman release (09-Feb)

70-Mar-20:   Master Cassette    Akademiska Föreningen, Lund University - Lund, Sweden    (FLAC > 2CD:    Speed Corrected)    VG+/E-

70-Apr-11:   Trademark Moo    Gymnasium, SUNY - Stony Brook, NY    (SHN > CD)    VG+

Thankfully w/o the Ummagumma patch after Saucerful cuts

70-Apr-22:   Complete Port Chester    Capitol Theatre - Port Chester, NY    (FLAC > 2CD:    Complete Show)    VG/E-

The band delivers some of the longest performances of several songs in the 70-71 period. It appears to be the
longest performance of Cymbaline, w/ a reprise of the ending jam, something I do not remember them ever doing!

70-Apr-29:   Colourful Meadows    KQED tv studio - San Francisco, CA    (original silver)

This show has my favorite Green segue into Careful  -  David nails it with those few notes he plays in the transition.

70-Apr-29:   An Hour With Pink Floyd    KQED tv studio - San Francisco, CA

In my opinion, by far the best of their 1970-1971 broadcast performances   (see:    70-July-16   +   71-Sept-30 )
From the 1982 rebroadcast & includes the 1982 intro asking viewers if they would be interested in purchasing a video of it.

70-Apr-29:   An Hour With Pink Floyd:  DVD    KQED tv studio - San Francisco, CA    (BT > DVD:    No Menu:    59.05m)    E-

A superb performance of the band during their peak  (70-71)  -  this is from a pretty high gen source, but still good w/ excellent sound.
The idiot director puts way, way too much none band footage  -  this idiot should hang his head in shame.
a video of this show is rated as Essential Floyd Collection Material

70-Apr-29:   Black Glass    Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA    (2CD:    original silvers)   

70-Apr-29:   Interstellar Fillmore    Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA    (2CD:    HRV-016)   

70-May-1:   1st Generation Reel    Civic Auditorium - Santa Monica, CA    (FLAC > 2CD:    121.53m)    VG+/E-

Great sound, though it distorts a little at some points  -  nice upgrade over prior releases

70-June-28:   Bath Festival of Blues & Progressive Music    Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England    VG

Due to delays, Floyd actually took the stage around 3am on June-28  (they were scheduled for 10:15pm June-27)
Does not have "The Amazing Pudding" intro by Roger before AHM  (though same tape source as below)
Cleaner than below source

70-June-28:   Bath Festival of Blues & Progressive Music    Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England    (low gen)    VG-

Due to delays, Floyd actually took the stage around 3am on June-28  (they were scheduled for 10:15pm June-27)
Has "The Amazing Pudding" intro by Roger before AHM  (though same tape source as above)
Sounds like some NR was used somewhere along the way

70-June-28:   Kralingen Pop Festival    Kraalinge Bos - Rotterdam, Netherlands    (2CD)   

70-June-28:   Kralingen Pop Festival:  DVD    Rotterdam, Netherlands    (BT > DVD:    9.54m)    E-

Set The Controls + Saucerful  (both incomplete)

70-July-12:   Open Air Festival    Reiterstadion Soeurs - Aachen, West Germany    (2CD:    speed corrected:    84.51m)    VG/VG+

Green has a short, extra guitar jam before the end  (only time they did this ?)

70-July-12:   Open Air Festival    Reiterstadion Soeurs - Aachen, West Germany    (Master > DAT3 > 2CD:    85.49m)    VG

Runs slow and has muted highs

70-July-16:   Focus    John Peel Show BBC, Paris Theatre - London, England    (original silver)

70-July-16:   BBC Archives 70-71 (Definitive Editions)    John Peel Show, Paris Theatre - London, England    (2CD:   HRV007)   

Have you ever noticed that the AHM choir always sounds like it's taken from the soundtrack of the Omen movies?   :)

70-July-16:   John Peel Show BBC, Paris Theatre    London, England    E-

Fat Old Sun (mono)  only

70-July-18:   Blackhills Garden Party:    Rec 1    Hyde Park - London, England    (Master > WAV > FLAC > CD)    VG

Unique Blues > Embryo segue  -  I've never heard them do that before   (the AHM recording has yet to surface)
The modified Rec2 version below has overall better SQ

70-July-18:   Blackhills Garden Party:    Rec 2    Hyde Park - London, England    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

Includes AHM  (in lesser SQ)  but did not have Blues > Embryo
I added Blues > Embryo from Rec1 and modified the Rec2 recording to tone-down the bass and boost the highs

70-Aug-8:   Live In Saint Tropez:  CD    St Tropez, France    (DVD > WAV > FLAC > CD)   

The film has some inserted pictures of band members but they're not intrusive and are only 2-3 seconds long.

70-Aug-8:   Live In Saint Tropez:  DVD    St Tropez, France    (BT > DVD:    low gen:    53.58m)    E-

By far the best version currently circulating - and IMO the best ever performance of Floyd that was video recorded.
a video of this show is rated as Essential Floyd Collection Material

70-Sept-12:   Fete de L'Humanite    Bois de Vincennes - Paris, France

Interesting performance of CWTA in the post scream section, when the band sort of breaks the tempo and slows
things down to almost a hault, sort of losing it briefly, before beautifully bringing it together  -  very nice indeed

70-Sept-26:   Electric Factory    Philadelphia, PA    (2CD:    HRV-021:    103.32m)    E-

Possibly the longest circulating performance of Set The Controls   (16.10min !!!)

70-Sept-27:   Fillmore East    New York, NY    VG/VG+

Also contains the last 5.5min of AHM from another show, best known date is 71-Nov-15

70-Sept-27:   Fillmore East    New York, NY    (low gen)    E-

A superb sounding recording  (the other versions don't come close)  -  wonderful performance by the band

70-Sept-27:   Fillmore East    New York, NY    (22.50m:    incomplete)    VG+

STC, FOS only  (cleaner than the standard Fillmore East circulating roio)  -  this is fr my 71-Nov-15 recording

1970:   If remix from Russian flexi-disc    (FLAC > CD:    4.43m)   

I have no idea when this was actually released  -  I just placed it here between the recording + the AHM release dates



The October-December 1970 shows are the second of three peak months during their wonderful 1970-1971 period

70-Oct-16/17:   Brutish Temptation    Pepperland Auditorium - San Rafael, CA    (2CD:    original silvers)    VG

70-Oct-16/17:   Best Of The Pepperland Tapes    Pepperland Auditorium - San Rafael, CA    (2CD:    complete show)    VG+/E-

Great performance

70-Oct-16/17:   Pepperland Auditorium    San Rafael, CA    (A0 > D4 > 2CD:    Speed Corrected)    E-

70-Oct-16/17:   Grolsch's Baked Pepperland Reel    Pepperland Auditorium - San Rafael, CA    (FLAC > 2CD:    1st Gen:    132.22m)    E-

70-Oct-23:   Dub Taylor Master Reels    Civic Center - Santa Monica, CA    (FLAC > 2CD:    136.36m    1st Gen)    VG+/E-

Mostly complete and great sounding recording that includes the previously missing Set The Controls

70-Nov-6:   Mind Your Throats    Concertgebouw - Amsterdam, Netherlands    (2CD)    VG/VG+

The guitar has a banjo-like sound on Green, especially the latter half
I normalized and boosted the volume quite a bit (via Audacity), as the sound was pretty low and uneven
This is the best sounding version of this show that I've heard, including a 1st Gen, speed corrected version

70-Nov-7:   Remergence    Grote Zaal, De Doelen - Rotterdam, Netherlands    (2CD:    original silvers)    VG

70-Nov-7:   Grote Zaal, De Doelen    Rotterdam, Netherlands    (A3 > CD1 > 2CD:    139.26m)   

70-Nov-7:   Marbal's Cassettes    Grote Zaal, De Doelen - Rotterdam, Netherlands    (A4 > CD1 > 2CD:    130.11m)   

70-Nov-11:   Pictures Of Pink Floyd Restoration  (speed corrected)    Konzerthuset - Gothenberg, Sweden    (FLAC > CD)    E-

Only the material actually from this date  (I dropped Blues + AHM Reprise from 71-Feb-26)
By far the best source I've heard for this great show

70-Nov-12:   Falkoner Centret    Copenhagen, Denmark    (2CD:    complete show)    VG+

Low gen source  -  an upgrade to Copenhagen Sequence

70-Nov-12:   Falkoner Centret    Copenhagen, Denmark    (2CD:    incomplete show:    1st gen)    E-

Cleaner and sharper than above source with no NR  (both suffer fr what sounds like low recorder batteries at times)
Has a quick static-like noise on Astronomy around .38, 1.05, and 1.17

70-Nov-13:   Aarhus 1970    Vejlby Risskov Hallen - Aarhus, Denmark    (A4>CD1>2CD:    ACR-013)    VG-/VG

Speed corrected, cleaned up a bit, and restored to true track order  -  tune-ups indexed separately
Nice performance. Very long scat section by in David in Careful With

70-Nov-14:   Hoka's tape    Ernst-Merck Halle - Hamburg, Germany    (FLAC > CD:    21.52m)    VG+/E-

70-Nov-21:   A Sheer Drop + Smoking Blues    Altes Casino - Montreux, Switzerland    (SBD + Aud1:    FLAC > 2CD)    VG+/E

In an effort to have the best sounding recording and also have the most complete,
I carefully augmented A Sheer Drop with 4 Smoking Blues tracks  -  See link for more info

70-Nov-21/22:   Casino Montreux Swiss Vol 1 & 2    Altes Casino - Montreux, Switzerland    (Sbd:    2CD)    VG+

Indexed and put in correct track order  (the tracks were not originally indexed nor were they in the correct order)
The final performance of Interstellar Overdrive

70-Nov-21/22:   Smoking Blues    Altes Casino - Montreux, Switzerland    (Sbd:    2CD:    original silvers)    E

Superb Sound

70-Nov-22:   The Good...The Bad    Altes Casino - Montreux, Switzerland    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG+/E-

At long last, the 2nd night in Montreux  -  the 2nd Rec has much better SQ than the producers indicate
I added two missing Nov-22 tracks, 12 Bar Blues + Blues, as well as a cleaner Embryo (imo), all fr Smoking Blues

70-Nov-22:   Too Early For A Gig    Altes Casino - Montreux, Switzerland    (FLAC > 2CD:    139.15m)    E-/E

70-Nov-25:   Mounting Pressure    Friedrich Ebert Halle - Ludwigshafen, West Germany    (2CD:    original discs)   

70-Nov-25:   Ready Maestro?    Friedrich Ebert Halle - Ludwigshafen, West Germany    (A0 > DAT4 > CD0 > FLAC > 2CD)   

A speed corrected recording

70-Nov-26:   The Killesburg Tapes    Killesberghalle - Stuttgart, West Germany   

70-Nov-26:   Killesberghalle - Stuttgart, West Germany    (FLAC > CD:    5th gen:    52.39m)    VG+

A definite upgrade to The Killesburg Tapes

70-Nov-26:   Marbal's Cassettes    Killesberghalle - Stuttgart, West Germany    (FLAC > CD:    5th gen:    53.32m)   

70-Nov-27:   T-136    Niedersachsenhalle - Hannover, Germany    (SHN > 2CD:    low gen)    VG+/E-

New evidence suggests that this performance is actually from 70-Nov-27, not 70-Nov-14.
I think this release is the first with the correct track order, with AHM before Corrosion > Embryo
I moved Embryo to the end of D1 (from D2_T1), to keep the Corrosion > Embryo flow unbroken
A little less loud and slightly less bass than Hamburg 1970, but definitely better clarity
This show (in some form) is rated as Essential Floyd Collection Material

70-Nov-29:   Flying Circus    Circus Crone - Munich, Germany    (A2 > D4 > Speed Corrected > FLAC > 2CD)    VG+/E-

I balanced the channels (as one channel was about half the other), manually normalized things + boosted the overall volume
Due to above mods, this is a great recording and sounds clearer + more upfront than others I've heard (including Cow Power)

70-Dec-4/5:   Pink Room Corrosion    ORTF TV Studios - Paris, France    (FLAC > CD:    6.05m:    incomplete)    E

Audio portion of a film showing Floyd in a studio playing Corrosion > Embryo,  though Embryo is incomplete
Rated as Essential Floyd Collection Material

I think the lineage of this is DVD > WAV > FLAC

70-Dec-4/5:   Pink Room Corrosion:  DVD    ORTF TV Studios - Paris, France    (MPEG > BT > DVD:    6.04m:    incomplete)    E

Superb footage showing Floyd in a Paris studio playing Corrosion > Embryo  (Embryo is incomplete)

70-Dec-22:   A Psychedelic Night 1    City Hall - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England    (original silver)    VG

70-Dec-22:   Master Tape    City Hall - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England    (2CD:    140m)    VG+

Roger does some nice ribbing of David before Embryo  -  classic Roger

70-Dec-22:   City Hall    Sheffield, Yorkshire, England    (A1 > CD1:    3CD:    153.34m)    VG/VG+

70-Dec-22:   Rise & Shine    City Hall - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England    (2nd Gen:    FLAC > 2CD:    151.26m)    VG+

This is a nice sounding, speed corrected version  (see link for much more info)
This show has a very nice, slow and very long Careful With (15.44m)  plus the only circulating recording of Alan's PB

1970-1971:   Video Anthology 70-71 (Pt 3):  DVD    (MPEG via BT > DVD:    37m)    VG/VG+

Transferred to DVD by me from MPEG source

71-Jan-17   Implosion At The Roundhouse    Camden Town - London, England    (FLAC > CD:    6.56m)   

71-Jan-23:   Refectory Hall    Leeds University - Yorkshire, England    (SHN > CD:    27.09m)   

71-Feb-12:   Lecture Theater    University Of Essex - Colchester, England    (2CD:    2nd gen)    VG+

Major upgrade over higher gen version

71-Feb-13:   Students Union Bar    Technical College - Farnborough, Hampshire, England    (A3 > CD1 > 2CD)   

Has a mercifully short footstep sequence for Cymbaline (about 38 sec)

71-Feb-24:   Hoka's tape    Munsterlandhalle - Münster, Germany    (FLAC > CD:    42.18m)   

71-Feb-25:   M-502    Grosser Saal, Musikhalle - Hamburg, West Germany    (LP > CD clones > 2CD:    DFA-019)   

71-Feb-25:   A Hamburg Moment 1971:  DVD    Musikhalle - Hamburg, West Germany    (BT > DVD:    11m)    E-

71-Feb-25:   Musikhalle:  DVD    Hamburg, West Germany    (BT > DVD:    2.10m)    E-

Atom Heart Mother w/ orch  (less complete than Hamburg Moment)

71-Feb-26:   Stadthalle    Offenbach, West Germany    (A1 > CD1 > 2CD)    VG+/E-

Complete show. Sound quality drops to VG-/VG for AHM reprise and Blues

71-Feb-26:   A Hamburg Moment 1971:  DVD    Stadthalle - Offenbach, West Germany    (BT > DVD:    11m)    E-

71-Feb-26:   Stadthalle:  DVD    Stadthalle, West Germany    (BT > DVD:    1.36m)    E-

Saucerful  (less complete than Hamburg Moment)

71-Apr-3:   Sportpaleis Ahoy    Rotterdam, Netherlands    (A1>DAT2>CD1>3CD:    154.35m)   

Some very long song performances, including AHM at 31.10 and a 16.15 Careful With  (the longest that I know of) !!!

71-May-15:   Return Of The Dead Sons From Crystal Palace    Crystal Palace Bowl - London, England    (2CD:    DFA-010)    VG

71-May-15:   Echoes Of A Distant Time    Crystal Palace Bowl - London, England    (A4>CD1>2CD:    ACR-011)    VG

Slight but noticeable improvement  -  less "tunnel effect"

71-May-18:   University of Stirling    Stirlingshire, Scotland    (2CD)    VG-

1971:   Meddle Sessions    (FLAC > CD:    demo, outtakes, alt mixes)    E-

71-June-4:   Krautheads    Philips Veranstal Tungshalle - Dusseldorf, West Germany    (2CD:    101.41m)    VG/VG+

71-June-4:   Philips Veranstal Tungshalle    Dusseldorf, West Germany    (2CD:    97.36m)    VG-

Has 6.58min of the end of Saucerful and more between song commentary at times  (less at other times)
Different source than Krautheads

71-June-5:   Sportpalast    West Berlin, West Germany    (2CD:    low gen source)   

71-June-12:   French Childhood    Palais des Sports - Lyon, France    VG/VG+

Slight slow speed problem

71-June-12:   Palais des Sports    Lyon, France    (A3 > CD1)   

71-June-15:   Abbaye de Royaumont    Royaumont, France    ORTF French TV    (Cymbaline, incomplete:    2.40m)   

This may be from 1969 or 1970 instead   (it sounds like an early version)

71-June-15:   Abbaye de Royaumont:  DVD    Royaumont, France    (BT > DVD:    18.50m)    E-

Cymbaline + Set The Controls  (Cymbaline is incomplete)

71-June-19:   Palazzo dello Mostra    Brescia, Italy    (2CD:    2nd gen)   

Has a very nice, quiet vocal thing leading up to the scream in Careful With

71-June-20:   Live In Rome 1971    The Palaeur - Rome, Italy    (2CD:    original silvers)   

Last perf of Astronomy Domine
Comment I read comparing this & the 2nd gen source: "Live In Rome seems a little brighter though more hissy, but
2nd gen has more tuneups. It may not be an upgrade on SQ afterall." Tough call, more complete vs brighter sound.

71-June-26:   Amsterdam Free Concert    Amsterdamse Bos - Amsterdam, Netherlands   

Complete show, with all between song tune-ups and commentary

71-July-1:   Ossiach Festival    Stiftshoff - Ossiach, Austria    (2CD:    3rd gen)   

1971-1979:   Games For May    Studio Sessions    (FLAC > CD:    69.36m)    VG+/E-

I'm not entirely certain that all tracks are true out-takes  -  I only took the 4th disc of a 4 disc set

71-Aug-6:   Aphrodite 1971    Hakone Aphrodite - Hakone, Japan    (original silver)    VG+

71-Aug-6:   Aphrodite Master    Hakone Aphrodite - Hakone, Japan    (FLAC > CD:    58.32m)    VG+/E-

71-Aug-6:   Master + Aphrodite 1971    Hakone Aphrodite - Hakone, Japan    (FLAC + Silver > CD:    68.49m)    VG+/E-

I added the missing ending part of Echoes + Cymbaline fr Aphrodite 1971 to make the most complete recording currently circulating

71-Aug-9:   Festival Hall    Osaka, Japan    (A2 > DAT > CD > 2CD)   

71-Aug-13:   No More Colours  (Speed Corrected Series 007)    Festival Hall - Melbourne, Australia    (FLAC > 2CD)   

Last circulating recording of Green Is The Colour

71-Sept-18-19:   Live In Montreux 1971    Pavilion de Montreux - Montreux, Switzerland    (2CD:    original silvers)    E-

Last perf of AHM w/ the god-awful orchestra   (Thank God !)

71-Sept-18:   Master Reels    The Pavilion - Montreux, Switzerland    (FLAC > 2CD:    109.56m)    E

A superb sounding recording

71-Sept-23:   Falkoner Teatret    KB Hallen - Copenhagen, Denmark    (2CD:    original silvers)    VG+

Contains some interesting and extended bird chirping before and after the first song (if not elsewhere during the show)
Fat Old Sun is the shorter version  (only one verse sung before the mid section)

71-Sept-23:   KB Hallen    Copenhagen, Denmark    (A1 > DAT clones > CD > 2CD)    VG+/E-

71-Sept-23:   KB Hallen    Copenhagen, Denmark    (Atom Heart Mother only:    14.30m)    VG-/VG

complete recording of AHM  -  extremely rare

71-Sept-23:   On Your Mark    KB Hallen - Copenhagen, Denmark    (SHN>2CD:    very low gen)    E-

Definitely low gen, though the sound is a little tinny

71-Sept-30:   Echoes    John Peel Show BBC, Paris Theatre - London, England    (original silver)

71-Sept-30:   BBC Archives 1970-1971 (Definitive Editions)    John Peel Show, Paris Theatre - London, England    (2CD:    HRV007)   

71-Sept-30:   John Peel Show BBC, Paris Theatre    London, England    E-

Embryo (stereo), Blues, Embryo (mono)  only

1971:   Echoes  (pre-editing form)    (FLAC > CD:    29.35m)    VG+

I'm uncertain if this is genuine - as the person who seeded this wrote "whether these tracks are real or fake is another matter"

71-Oct 4-7:   Pompeii    Roman Amphitheater - Pompeii, Italy    (Baby Capone)

With Us And Them outtake  (fr film)  added

71-Oct 4-7:   Live At Pompeii    Roman Amphitheater - Pompeii, Italy    (DVD > CD:    76.34m)    E

Audio fr the Director's Cut dvd  -  I organized it w/ the concert all together and then the outtakes & interviews separate

71-Oct 4-7:   Live At Pompeii:  DVD    Roman Amphitheater - Pompeii, Italy    E

Original Version & Director's Cut  -  includes a great interview w/ Adrian Maben
Unfortunately it is another live performance film where the freaking director blows it, showing too much non-band crap and way, way too much Nick Mason  (Roger + Rick get very little screen time)

71-Oct-10:   Celestial Voices    The Great Hall, Bradford University - Bradford, Yorkshire    (R+D:    FLAC > 2CD)    VG+

Though the FRP release is clearer, it sounds a bit flat  -  I'd probably give this release a slight edge

71-Oct-10:   One Of These Days In Bradford    The Great Hall, Bradford University - Bradford, Yorkshire    (FRP:    FLAC > 2CD)    VG+

ALL releases I've heard of this show suffer from distortion in various places.
Though this is definitely a little clearer than the R+D version (unfortunately R+D's are always slightly muted),
the R+D version has a little more punch or better dynamics, making the FRP seem a little flat by comparison.
I'd probably give R+D a slight preference, though I like the better clarity of the FRP release.



It was during their wonderful 1971 autumn tour of North America that Floyd began experimenting with a synth-type instrument on stage.  I've never read anyone comment on this, nor acknowledge it.  Not necessarily all shows have it, nor is it as noticeable at all shows.  It's usually most notable during the middle section of One Of These Day.  The best example may be 71-Nov-5.  It may be a VCS3, but I'm not sure.  Whatever it is, it's definitely not analog.  This instrument is almost certainly the source of the bubbling sound that was new (unique ?) to this tour, as well as the source of the siren-like intro to Atom Heart Mother that they did only on this tour.  I would not be surprised if the band borrowed a synth to test and play with on this tour.  A few years after writing this I conversed with some people who responded to a posting I made about it and who were of the same opinion as I.  One seemed to have some detailed info about it. 




The October-November 1971 shows are the final and most aggressive of three peak tours during their wonderful 1970-1971 period, after which the magic was gone

71-Oct-16:   Cosmos Topper    Civic Center - Santa Monica, CA    (FLAC > 2CD:    LPP:    142.32m)    VG+/E-

71-Oct-17:   Heart Of The Sun    Community Concourse, Golden Hall - San Diego, CA    (original silver)

The band had a very good night in San Diego  -  The 71-Oct-17 show is my overall favorite 1971 performance

71-Oct-17:   Wind And Seabirds    Community Concourse, Golden Hall - San Diego, CA    (2CD)    E-

A superb performance  -  one of their best  (along with 70-Feb-11, 70-Nov-27 and maybe 69-Sept-17).
A lower gen source than FO w/ better detail. However, FO has better presence and dynamics.

71-Oct-17:   From Oblivion    Community Concourse, Golden Hall - San Diego, CA    (2CD)    E-

Everything about this show is fantastic  -  their best performance of 1971 and one of their best ever
In some ways a better sounding recording than Wind (in terms of presence and dynamics), but lacks some of the detail and feel that Wind has.

71-Oct-17:   2nd Gen Source   Speed Corrected    Golden Hall - San Diego, CA    (Aud Master Cass > HiFi > DAT2 > SHN > 2CD)    E-

Includes more song intros etc than other recordings  -  originally listed as 1st gen, that appears to be incorrect
Careful has a very long, nice gap (2.30m) between Roger's "Careful.." line and the actual scream  (unique to this show?)
This show in some form is rated as Essential Floyd Collection Material

71-Oct-27:   Echoes In The Auditorium    Auditorium Theatre - Chicago, IL    (2CD:    Hip Cat  -  original discs)    VG

Fast speed problem on 2nd half of Echoes and all of Saucerful  -  appears to be on all circulating Hip Cat copies

71-Oct-27:   Climb Towards The Light    Auditorium Theatre - Chicago, IL    (2nd Gen:    FLAC > 2CD:    143.27m)    VG+

A nice speed corrected version  -  not a perfect correction, but given the difficult problems w/ the source, it's perfectly acceptable

71-Oct-28:   Hill Auditorium    Ann Arbor, Michigan    (2CD)   

71-Oct-31:   T-1606    Fieldhouse, University of Toledo - Toledo, Ohio    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG

Definitely an upgrade, with better clarity, better highs, and a more open sound  -  this is a very good performance
Though both versions suffer from same the distortion (worst in AHM), this version is very listenable
One Of.. has some good but brief use of the synth instrument

71-Nov-5:   New York  1971-11-05    Assembly Hall - Hunter College - New York, NY    (FLAC > 2CD:    LPP:    149.55m)    VG+

An excellent performance  -  Embryo is streched by about 6-7 minutes, possibly because Rick was not there or his keyboards were not.
OOTD & ASOS have the synth instrument  (it's pretty aggressive here)

71-Nov-6:   Emerson Gym    Case Western Reserve University - Cleveland, Ohio    (2CD)    E-

From the source used by FRP, but untouched in any way   (prior to the FRP mastering).
Though Nick seems to be having a good night, the overall performance is nothing special

71-Nov-10:   Labyrinths    Pavilion de la Jeunesse - Quebec, Canada    (2CD:    original silvers)    VG+

Superb performance   (great Careful With, but it has a cut at the beginning of the scream)

71-Nov-12:   Philadelphia Experiment    Irvine Auditorium, Univ of PA - Philadelphia, PA    (2CD:    87.41m:    incomplete)   

Brief, faint whistling before One Of...

71-Nov-12:   Those Were The Days    Irvine Auditorium, Univ of PA - Philadelphia, PA    (2CD:    111.05m:    almost complete)

This is an excellent, aggressive performance

71-Nov-15:   Carnegie Hall    New York, NY    (4th gen:    14.03m)    VG/VG+

Four songs  (36.53m), two of which are definitely from 70-Sept-27, other two from late 1971
Though there is some uncertainty of the true date of these 2, this is a unique performance and so am going w/ this date

71-Nov-16:   Return Of The Sons Of Nothing    Lisner Aud, GW Univ - Washington, DC    (2CD:    original silvers)   

Very nice laugh attack by David during Cymbaline  (the highlight of this otherwise very average show)

71-Nov-20:   Obscurity    Music Hall - Cincinnati, Ohio    (2CD:    incomplete    original silvers)    VG

Fat Old Sun is the shorter version and has David playing the guitar part after the chorus in a slightly different way (a great, but last performance of the song)  -  Last performance of Cymbaline, Embryo, and Fat Old Sun
Sixth to last performance of AHM and the last show with it as part of its standard setlist - they were on a slow but definite decline after this show.

71-Nov-20:   Best Of The Taft Tapes    Music Hall - Cincinnati, Ohio    (2CD:    complete show:    136.22m)    VG

The synth instrument is used a bit during the middle section of Set The Controls

71-Nov-20:   Next Door To Heaven    Music Hall - Cincinnati, Ohio    (2CD:    complete show, two sources:    135.54m)    VG+

A superb and one of the most aggressive performances by the band
By far my best recording of this show  -  unfortunately it has diginoise on the 2nd half of both Echoes + Blues
This show in some form is rated as Essential Floyd Collection Material

71-Nov-20:   Music Hall    Cincinnati, Ohio    (2nd source:    A1 > DAT > 2CD:    142.31m)    VG/VG+

I think the Next Door To Heaven boot has much better sound  -  this recording also appears to run slow
The last prime era Floyd show.  It was all downhill from here.



Question
Did 'Dark Side' mark a turning point for Pink Floyd in the studio?

WATERS:

Yeah.  Up until 'Dark Side', we were a very cohesive team.  We were very much a band.  We worked very closely together, and we were content to do that.  'Dark Side' marked a watershed in that after that, recording became more and more problematic.  With 'Dark Side' we had sort of achieved what we'd set out to achieve as young men going into the music business.  After that we clung together out of fear more than out of hope.  'Dark Side' was beginning of the end.
(edensongs opinion:    again...  it was all downhill from here.)



71-Dec/72-Jan:   Eclipsed Studio Rehearsals    (FLAC > CD:    9.39m)    E-

Early workouts of this Eclipsed material and definitely prior to 72-Jan-20

72-Jan-20:   The Darkside Rehearsals    The Dome - Brighton, England    (2CD:    original silvers)    VG+

The debut of The Dark Side  (albeit incomplete).  Rare 1972 performance of AHM  (only 5 known performances)

72-Jan-20:   The Dome    Brighton, England    (2CD:    1st gen  -  some low end distortion at times)    VG+

Has slightly more between song commentary / tune-ups than Darkside Rehearsals
Rare 1972 performance of AHM

72-Feb-18:   Rainbow Theatre - London, England    (Revision A:    21.24m)

Careful With  (14.46)   +   Blues  (6.38)  only

72-Feb-20:   Rainbow Theater, Finsbury Park    London, England    (2CD:    130.46m)   

72-Feb-20:   Best Of Tour 72   (Original Master Series)    Rainbow Theater, Finsbury Park - London, England    (41.13m:    incomplete)    E

72-Mar-6:   Taiikuran    Tokyo, Japan    (29.58m:    incomplete)

Dark Side only  -  from a Pirate Radio Broadcast

72-Mar-7:   Waters Gate    Taiikuran - Tokyo, Japan    (2CD:    original silvers)    P+

As someone wisely commented: "if it wasn't for the very prominent crowd noise, I'd suspect it was taped from the parking lot."   ;)

72-Mar-7:   Live In Tokyo 1972    Taiikuran - Tokyo, Japan    (2CD:    Zeus)    E-

Supposedly sourced from the Master Tapes  -  as such it's a slight upgrade to Waters Gate ;)
Oddly, it has bass distortion on One Of...

72-Mar-8:   Waters Gate    Festival Hall - Osaka, Japan    (2CD:    original silvers)    P+

Rare 1972 performance of AHM   (on Water's Gate, only this song is from this date)

72-Mar-8:   Festival Hall    Osaka, Japan    (2CD:    low gen, Recorder 1)    VG+

Rare 1972 performance of AHM  -  Echoes is introduced as The Echo    (some NR appears to have been used)

72-March  ?:   Château d'Hérouville Studio ?:  DVD    Pontoise, France ?    (BT > DVD:    15.42m)    E-

Interviews w/ Gilmour + Waters about the film La Vallée

72-Apr-16:   Township Auditorium    Columbia, South Carolina    (3rd Gen:    ACR)    VG+

aka   Pink Floyd Have Gone Mental.    Rare 1972 performance of AHM
A complete recording (w/ Echoes) is easily available  -  I'm just not motivated to dl it

72-April-28:   The Auditorium Theater    Chicago, IL    (incomplete)

Speak To Me > beginning of Mortality Sequence section only    (see 72-Sept-10)

72-May-21:   Hubble Bubble    Open Air Festival, Insel Grun - Germersheim, West Germany    (2CD)    VG+

Has slightly more clarity, thereby revealing more of the true sound  -  has less bass and presence  -  has more static noise

72-May-21:   Double Bubble    Open Air Festival, Insel Grun - Germersheim, West Germany    (2CD:    DFA)    VG+

Has better bass response and more presence than Hubble  -  highs are just a tad muted (slight NR was possibly used)
I compared both Hubble & Double to Sorcerers Supreme (R&D) and they were far superior to SS

72-May-22:   Rock Circus    Olympic Stadium - Amsterdam, Netherlands    (Amsterdam Rock Circus)    VG-

Final performance of AHM   : (

72-May-22:   Amsterdam Rock Circus    Olympic Stadium - Amsterdam, Netherlands    (1st Gen:    incomplete)    VG/VG+

Final performance of AHM   : (

72-May-22:   Rock Circus '72:  DVD    Olympic Stadium - Amsterdam, Netherlands    (BT > DVD:    low gen, b+w:    37.06m)    VG+/E-

Great single camera footage, resulting in a pleasant lack of quick shot changes  (screw MTV et al w/ their attention deficit mentality)
Put with 69-Apr-14 on same dvd

72-May-22:   Video Upgrades:  DVD    Olympic Stadium - Amsterdam, Netherlands    (BT > DVD:    colour !)   

The quality isn't great but it's different from the Rock Circus '72 footage and it's in colour

1972:   Dark Side Sessions    (FLAC > CD:    demo and session work)    E-

72-June-28/29:   The Dome:  DVD    Brighton, England    (BT > DVD:    16.49m)    E-

Careful With + Set The Controls  (both incomplete)

72-June-29:   On The Air    The Dome - Brighton, England

Careful With That Axe only

72-Sept-10:   McFarlin Auditorium    Dallas, TX    (2CD:    incomplete)    VG/VG+

Missing Speak To Me > beginning of Mortality Sequence section    (see 72-Apr-28)

72-Sept-22:   The Fireman's Tapes  (Platinum Edition)    Hollywood Bowl - Hollywood, CA    (FLAC > 2CD)   

From 2nd recorder

72-Nov-10:   KB Hallen    Copenhagen, Denmark    (2CD)   

Missing Set The Controls

72-Nov-15:   Echoes Of The Past    Sporthalle - Boblingen, West Germany    (1CD version)

Careful With (w/ Pict rants), Echoes, One Of These Days only

72-Nov-15:   Pictures Of Boblingen    Sporthalle - Boblingen, West Germany    (2CD:    ACR-009)   

Pict rants in Careful With   (I think this is the first time Roger did this)

72-Nov-17:   The Last Day In Germany    Festhalle - Frankfurt, West Germany    (2CD:    1st Gen)   

Pict rants in Careful With

72-Nov-29:   Careful With That Rant, Roger    Palais des Expositions - Poitiers, France    (2CD)    VG+

Pict rants in Careful With

72-Dec-1:   Floyd Pink    Palais des Sports de L'ile de la Jatte - Saint Ouen, France

Careful With , Blues , Childhoods End , Echoes only  -  Appears to be the debut of Childhoods End
The correct venue may be Centre Sportif de l'Ile de Vannes

72-Dec-1:   French Childhood    Palais des Sports de L'ile de la Jatte - Saint Ouen, France    VG/VG+

The correct venue may be Centre Sportif de l'Ile de Vannes

72-Dec-1:   Palais des Sports    Saint Ouen, France   (FLAC > CD:    1st gen:    44.40m:    incomplete)    VG+

72-Dec-5:   Sport Paleis Vorst National    Brussels, Belgium    (2CD)   

Some of the wildest bass playing by Roger occurs in Breathe  -  Pict rants in Careful With
Previously listed as:  72-Dec-2   Palais des Sports de L'ile de la Jatte - Saint Ouen, France

72-Dec-5:   Sport Paleis Vorst National    Brussels, Belgium    (barely lower gen than above)   

Disc 2 only
Previously listed as:  72-Dec-2   Palais des Sports de L'ile de la Jatte - Saint Ouen, France

72-Dec-9:   Childhood's Beginning    Hallenstadion - Zurich, Switzerland    (2CD:    low gen)    VG+/E-

Complete show with the Childhood's End encore  -  Pict rants in Careful With
Dark Side is indexed as one track

72-Dec-10:   Palais des Sports    Lyon, France    (1st Gen:    FLAC > 2CD)    VG

Very good performance of Careful With  (which includes Pict rants  -  the last time Roger did them)

1972-1973:   Pompeii    (Baby Capone)   London, England    (Dark Side Out takes)

On The Run , Us And Them , Brain Damage

1972-1973:   From The Other Side    (SHN>CD:    14.56m)   

Includes three Pink Floyd outtakes from the Darkside sessions

1972-1973:   The Making of Dark Side:  DVD    (official release:    92m:    includes bonus material)   

1972-1973:   Classic Albums 'Dark Side':  DVD    (48.58m:    VH1 Classics > DVR:   commecials edited out)   

This is the same as the above "The Making of Dark Side" DVD, though w/o the bonus material
The only difference is that the audio is significantly louder on this than on the above DVD
Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me


1973:   playing Dark Side to the movie The Wizard Of Oz

(If you are unaware of what I am refering to, click on the above Wikipedea link)
I've done this several times, including last night.  While there are definite points where the music / lyrics synch really well to the action in the movie, I don't think there is enough to support the idea that the band composed Dark Side to match the film.  If they did, they did not do a very good job, as there are way too many places where the music / lyrics has nothing to do with the action in the movie.  Finally, and most importantly, why the hell would the band even do this?  It makes no sense.  That said, it is still interesting to watch.



73-Mar-6:   Childhood’s End    Kiel Auditorium - St. Louis, Missouri    (2CD:    original discs)   

Childhood’s End only

73-Mar-7:   Childhood’s End    The Amphitheatre - Chicago, IL    (2CD:    original discs:    complete show)   

73-Mar-8:   Childhood’s End    The Fieldhouse, Univ of Cincinnati - Cincinnati, OH    (2CD:    original discs)   

Childhood’s End only

73-Mar-18:   Obscurity    Palace Theater - Waterbury, Conn    (2CD:    original silvers)   

Obscured By Clouds, When You're In, One of These Days

73-June-20:   Merriweather Post Pavilion    Columbia, Maryland    (2CD)

Money fades early

73-Oct-13:   Stranger Than Fiction    Stadthalle - Vienna, Austria    (original silver)

Obscured By Clouds (5.04), Brain Damage / Eclipse (5.31)

74-June-22:   Colmar    (HRV-002)    Parc des Expositions - Colmar, France

74-June-24:   Palais des Sports de la Porte de Versailles    Paris, France    (Shine On only:    19.55m)

Slightly clearer than the one on the standard complete recording

74-Nov-15:   Colmar    Wembley Arena - London, England    (HRV-002)

Gotta Be Crazy only

74-Nov-15:   Black Holes In The Sky    Wembley Arena - London, England    (2CD:    Great Dane)   

Yet another crap release by Great Dane  -  I recommend getting one of the better recordings of this show
Has gaps and Dark Side is not indexed  -  Great Dane truly sucks

74-Nov-17:   Wembley Arena    London, England    (Disc 1 only:    no DSOTM)

I wanted the new songs on the 1974 show.   I’m sick of the Dark Sidenosaur

74-Nov-19:   British Winter Tour 74    Trentham Gardens - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England    (SHN > CD)    VG/VG+

74-Nov-28:   Britain 1974 Vol 2    Empire Theater - Liverpool, Merseyside, England    VG-/VG

Shine On, Raving & Drooling, Gotta Be Crazy only    (I think this is all that exists)

74-Dec-9:   Britain 1974 Vol 3    Palace Theater - Manchester, England    VG/VG+

Incomplete  -  a complete recording does exist    (GBC cuts a little early)

74-Dec-14:   The Hippodrome    Bristol, Avon, England    (2CD:    1st gen)    VG

Odd screams by Roger during prayer section of Raving And Drooling  -  superb
Nice guitar work during Gotta Be Crazy  -  sounds almost like a pedal steel at times, more twangy than usual
Has the horrible sax solo during Echoes  -  what were they thinking ???
This sax solo, along with the god-awful AHM w/ orch shows Floyd did not always make good musical decisions

75-Apr-10:   Seattle 1975    The Coliseum - Seattle, Washington    (2CD:    ACR-012)   

75-Apr-13:   The Cow Palace    Daly City, California    (2CD:    incomplete:    last 15min has some sound problems)    VG/VG+

Has Dogs

75-Apr-26:   Dogs And Sheep    Sports Arena - Los Angeles, California    (2CD:    original silvers)    VG+

My favorite of my 1975 shows  -  has a great Dogs and a nice segue into Cigar

75-June-28:   Steel Breeze    Ivor Wynne Stadium - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada    (2CD:    HRV-013)   

75-July-5:   Trouble In Knebworth    Knebworth Park - Knebworth, Hertfordshire, England    (3CD)   

1975:   Shine On 1-10  (pre-editing form)    (FLAC > CD:    29.02m)    VG+

I'm uncertain if this is genuine - as the person who seeded this wrote "whether these tracks are real or fake is another matter"

1976:   Acetate of Animals LP   

slightly different mix, resulting in some instruments being higher in the mix than on the LP
some vocals sound different  (though they are not)  -  the acetate sometimes sound different, other times just like the LP

1976 or 1977:   Pigs On The Wing  (bridged version)       (Harvested)

 

The Standard Set List For The 1977 Tour

Animals was my first Floyd album  -  I'm proud to say that when I bought Animals in the summer of 1979, it was Pink Floyd's most current album.

The Animals tour suffered due to it being a coliseum tour, playing to very large audiences, usually in a large, open air stadium.  The vast majority of the recordings from this tour have that large, open air coliseum sound, which is not very engaging.  Animals had a sound that was more earthy than they could repoduce live.  Though Animals is by far my favorite studio album of Pink Floyd, this is a tour that I rarely listen to, though I have all circulating recordings from this tour.  Animals is a superb but mostly underrated album that was the last of their progressive albums, which is every album they released up to this point.  A definite change occured between Animals and The Wall.  By the time they began sessions for The Wall, they were a different band - one that Waters mostly dominated, and one that was definitely more pop rock oriented.  That said, this was still a good tour, with Pigs usually being the high point.  I love it when sometimes in Pigs Roger says the number of shows played so far on the tour.  For shows listed below where Roger says a number, the number is listed in brackets [ ].  Sometimes he yelled a number once, other times twice (at different points in the song). 


77-Jan-23:   Westfalenhalle    Dortmund, West Germany    (2CD)   [- / 1]

77-Jan-24:   A Lead Role In A Cage    Westfalenhalle - Dortmund, West Germany    (2CD)   [2 / -]

77-Jan-27:   Festhalle    Frankfurt, West Germany    (2CD:    complete show)   [- / -]    VG+/E-

77-Jan-27:   Festhalle    Frankfurt, West Germany    (A0 > D5 > CD0 > 2CD)   [- / -]    E-

77-Jan-29:   Deutschlandhalle    West Berlin, West Germany    (2CD:    complete show)   [- / 5]    VG/VG+

77-Jan-30:   Absolut Floyd    Deutschlandhalle - West Berlin, West Germany    (2CD)   [- / 8] ?

Pigs on this recording is probably not fr 77-Jan-30, but rather 77-Feb-4  (both of my recordings have the same version)

77-Feb-1:   Stadthalle    Vienna, Austria    (2CD)   [- / 6]    VG/VG+

Nice performance  -  very little bass, otherwise it would be VG+

77-Feb-3:   Hallenstadion    Zurich, Switzerland    (2CD)   [8 / 8]    VG+

77-Feb-4:   Hallenstadion    Zurich, Switzerland    (incomplete:    complete recording may not exist)   [- / 8]

Pigs on this recording is probably from this date, not 77-Jan-30  (both of my recordings have the same version of Pigs)

77-Feb-4:   Hallenstadion    Zurich, Switzerland    (new source, still incomplete)   [- / -]

No Pigs (see note on other 77-Feb-4 recording)

77-Feb-17:   The Big Pink: Tour 1977    Oude Ahoy Hallen - Rotterdam, Netherlands    (2CD)   [- / 10]

Includes an incomplete compilation of excerpts of the numbers Roger shouted during Pigs during the 1977 tour

77-Feb-18:   Oude Ahoy Hallen    Rotterdam, Netherlands    (2CD)   [11 / -]

Incomplete  -  missing Have A Cigar and Wish You Were Here   (a new source has surfaced w/ these songs)
Dogs has a gradual fadeout during the "Who was" section

77-Feb-19:   Oude Ahoy Hallen    Rotterdam, Netherlands    (2CD:    complete)   [- / 12]

Last half of Pigs is from a higher gen source

77-Feb-20:   Sportpaleis    Antwerp, Belgium    (2CD)   [- / 13]

77-Feb-22:   Dragged Down By The Stone    Pavilion de Paris - Paris, France    (2CD:    fr Master Tape)   [- / -]    E-

77-Feb-23:   Pavilion de Paris    Paris, France    (2CD)   [- / 14]    VG+

77-Feb-24:   Pavilion de Paris    Paris, France    (2CD:    93.41m)   [15 / -]

Sheep is incomplete & no encores  -  Unsure if a more complete recording exists

77-Feb-25:   Filling In The Time    Pavilion de Paris - Paris, France    (2CD)   [- / 6, 1]

77-Feb-27:   Olympiahalle    Munich, West Germany    (2CD)   [- / 17]

Missing Money  (a recording w/ Money is easily available  -  though all I've seen have been MP3 sourced !)

77-Feb-28:   Pigs On The Run    Olympiahalle - Munich, West Germany    (2CD:    German Fan Club issue)   [- / 18]

77-Mar-15:   Empire Pool    Wembley, Middlesex, England    (2CD)   [- / 21]    VG

Has bass distortion

77-Mar-16:   Empire Pool    Wembley, Middlesex, England    (2CD)   [- / -]    VG-

77-Mar-17:   Empire Pool    Wembley, Middlesex, England    (2CD)   [- / 22]    G+/VG-

Possibly compiled from 2 sources (?)  -  one sounds better than the other

77-Mar-18:   Empire Pool Wembley, Middlesex, England    (2CD:    low gen, very clean)   [- / 23]    VG+

77-Mar-19:   Empire Pool    Wembley, Middlesex, England    (2CD)   [- / 24]    VG-

77-Mar-30:   New Bingley Hall    Stafford, England    (2CD:    complete)   [- / 27]    VG

77-Mar-31:   New Bingley Hall    Stafford, England    (2CD)   [- / 28]    VG+

77-Apr-22:   Miami Baseball Stadium    Miami, Florida    (2CD:    1st gen)   [- / 30]

77-Apr-24:   Tampa Stadium    Tampa, Florida    (2CD)   [31 / -]    VG

77-Apr-26:   The Omni    Atlanta, Georgia    (2CD)   [- / -]    VG+

77-Apr-28:   Assembly Center, Louisiana State University    Baton Rouge, Louisiana    (2CD)   [- / 33]

77-Apr-30:   Jeppesen Stadium    Houston, Texas    (2CD)   [35 ? / 34]

77-May-1:   Fort Worth Texas    Tarrant County Convention Center - Forth Worth, TX    (2CD:    Pigs On The Wing version)   [- / 34]

77-May-6:   The Evil Tide    Anaheim Stadium - Anaheim, California    (2CD:    JS+tBD)   [- / 40]

77-May-7:   Anaheim Stadium    Anaheim, California    (2CD)   [- / -]    VG

77-May-9:   Animal Instincts    Alameda Coliseum - Oakland, CA    (2CD:    HRV-014)   [- / -]    E-

THE "good vibes" show of the Animals tour  -  audience and band are both having a great time
The great crowd is rewarded with a rare and final performance of Careful With   (a great version, w/ odd bird effects on it)
Nice laugh attack by David and Roger during Have A Cigar   (the end of an era)
The SQ of this audience recording is so good, it was probably recorded by a Deadhead taper

77-May-10:   Alameda Coliseum    Oakland, CA    (2CD)   [- / -]

Has some NR, making it a little muffled

77-May-10:   Alameda Coliseum    Oakland, CA    (2CD)   [- / -]

Lacking somewhat in bass, though definitely clearer than above May-10.    Does NOT contain the encore songs

77-June-15:   County Stadium    Milwaukee, Wisconsin    (2CD)   [- / 41]    VG

Distant sounding, though not too bad  -  slight fast speed problem

77-June-19:   Soldier Field    Chicago, IL    (2CD)   [44 / -]    VG

See link for comments on the sound quality

77-June-25:   Municipal Stadium    Cleveland, Ohio    (2CD)   [- / 46]

77-June-27:   Hopkins Master Recording    Boston Gardens - Boston, MA    (BT > 2CD:    122.04m)   [48 / 48]    E-

the first "48" is spoken just before the middle section  -  the second "48" is pretty hard to pick out

77-June-29:   The Spectrum    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania    (2CD)   [- / 50]

Alternate title   'How The Fuck Ya Doing?':    (yelled by someone prior to Us+Them)

77-July-1:   Where Have You Been    Madison Square Garden - New York, NY    (2CD)   [- / 51]

77-July-2:   Animal Farm    Madison Square Garden - New York, NY    (2CD)   [- / -]

77-July-3:   Into The Valley Of Steel    Madison Square Garden - New York, NY    (2CD)   [- / 53]    VG/VG+

This show should instead have been called "Stupid Mother Fucker", in my opinion
Contains another incident of Roger cursing fans in the crowd lighting fireworks  -  great!!!

77-July-4:   Welcome To New York City Vol 2    Madison Square Garden - New York, NY    (2CD:    DFA-007)   [- / 19, 54]

77-July-6:   Azimuth Coordinator 2    Olympic Stadium - Montreal, Canada (2CD:    original silvers)    [- / 90, 61]

77-July-6:   Who Was Trained Not To Spit On The Fan?    Montreal, Canada    (2CD:    HRV-023)   [- / 90, 61]

1978:   The Wall Demos    (Wall demos)    E-

80-Feb-1:   The Wall Rehearsals    Paramount Studios - Los Angeles, CA    (76.05m)    VG+

80-Feb-7:   WWRM001    Sports Arena - Los Angeles, CA    (SHN > 2CD)    VG+

The first Wall show. Post ABITW 3 jam (8min) is the highlight of this show  -  curtain catches fire during Empty Spaces

80-Aug:   Behind The Wall:  DVD    (VH1 > VHS > DVD:    43.30m,  commercials removed)    VG+/E-

Includes archival footage of the band from the Syd days through The Wall  -  Taped and transferred to DVD by me

1982:   The Final Cutting    (Final Cut demos)    VG+

David Gilmour    84-Apr-29    In Concert:  DVD    Hammersmith Odeon - London, England    (BT > DVD:    63m)    E-

Nick Mason and Roy Harper sit in for a song or two

87-Sept-19:   Prism    JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, PA    (2CD)   

I was there !!!

87-Oct-20:   Capital Centre    Largo, Md    (SHN > 2CD)    VG+

I was there !!!     4th row, dead center  -  all for $30 or so

87-Oct-22:   Capital Centre    Largo, Md    (Master Tape:    FLAC > 2CD)    VG/VG+

I was there !!!  -  my last Floyd show

1994:   In Concert (ABC):  DVD    (ABC TV > VHS > DVD:    Pt1+2,  38m,  commercials removed)    VG+/E-

Taped and transferred to DVD by me

1994:   MTV Presents Pink Floyd:  DVD    (MTV > VHS > DVD:    16.10m,  commercials removed)    VG+/E-

Includes 1994 concert footage, commentary by the band about, and the new High Hopes video  -  hosted by John Sencio
I think I have all of this 30m progam (16m w/o commercials) though I'm not sure  -  mine stops at the end of High Hopes video
Taped and transferred to DVD by me

David Gilmour    99-Dec-14    Paul McCartney: Live At The Cavern Club!:  DVD    (PBS > VHS > DVD:    45.43m)    VG+/E-

A Paul McCartney concert w/ Gilmour on main guitar that was aired as a PBS fundraiser   (I edited out the fundraiser break)
Taped and transferred to DVD by me

05-July-2:   Live 8 Concert:  DVD    Hyde Park - London, England    (BT > DVD:    23.54m)    E-

Transferred to DVD by me

08-June-15:   Chelsea Festival, Cadogan Hall    London, England    (FLAC > CD:    30.45m)    E-

David Gilmour joins Ron Geesin plus others to perform Atom Heart Mother  (w/ orch & choir)
I added seven recordings of Blues at the end that I had from Nothing But The Blues  (48.04m)




John Abercrombie

Gateway Trio    75-Mar-10    Bremen, Germany    (2CD:    110.07m)    VG+/E-

John Abercrombie - Guitar,  Jack DeJohnette - Drums,  Dave Holland - Bass

Gateway Trio    75-Mar-13    Onkel Po's    Hamburg, Germany    (FLAC>3CD:    192.37m)    E-

Some superb guitar work by Abercrombie  (as well as great playing by DeJohnette + Holland)

Gateway Trio    75-Mar-17  ?    Hamburg, Germany    (58.12m)    E-

This was traded to me as being from 75-Mar-17  (Hamburg)
Only one song  (Shadow Dance - incomplete)  is from the above 75-Mar-13 recording  (very odd).
It may actually be fr Mar-13, which is a longer set than my 2CD version  -  See link for song-by-song comparison

92-Dec-19:   Sendehalle    Koln, Germany    (SHN > CD:    70.43m)    E-

Possibly 92-Dec-29

Gateway Trio    96-Nov-15    Fabrik    Hamburg Germany    (67.46m)    E

John Abercrombie - Guitar,  Jack DeJohnette - Drums,  Dave Holland - Bass

02-May-8:   Pizza Express Jazz Club    London, England    (53.38m:    Not Indexed)    E-

From Jazz On 3 Broadcast  -  Not indexed




AC/DC

1976-1979:   Born On The Beeb    Marquee, Golders Green Hippodrome, Hammersmith Odeon    London, England    E-

Please let me know if I've made an error with the dates/venue for a song

77-Aug-22:   Agora Ballroom    Cleveland, OH    (WMMS FM Broadcast)    E-

Includes Rocker, which is not on all recordings of this show

77-Oct-27:   BBC Sight & Sound In Concert:  DVD    Golders Green Hippodrome - London, England    (37.54m)    E-

Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me   (VH1 Classics: BBC Crown Jewels > DVR:   commecials edited out)
I saw them less than 2 months after this show

77-Dec-7:   Live In Atlantic Studio    New York, NY    E-

I saw AC/DC on 77-Dec-19, less than 2 weeks after this recording, opening for Kiss at Capital Centre in Maryland.
I was just shy of my 13th birthday and was blown away by them. I vividly remember Bon walking out into the crowd,
circling the entire floor section, with Angus on his shoulders, jamming away.   Very, very cool.




Allman Brothers

69-April:   Capricorn Studios    Macon, GA    (demos for their first album)    E-

1969-1970:   Idlewild South Outtakes and Demos    (71.58m:    w/ filler live tracks)   

Has GAPS between some tracks

70-Jan-20:   University of California at Riverside    Riverside, CA    VG/VG+

70-Feb-11:   Fillmore East    New York, NY    (2CD)    VG+/E-

The 2nd disc (46.34m) is one long jam with the Dead and Peter Green

70-Feb-13  ?:   Fillmore East:  Feb-1970    (official release:    original silver)   

70-Feb-14:   Fillmore East    New York, NY    E-

70-Apr-4:   Return To Ludlow’s Garage    Ludlow Garage - Cincinnati, OH    (original disc)   

70-May-2:   Swarthmore College    Swarthmore, PA    (2CD)    VG+

Starts out rough sounding (VG-/VG) but improves midway through Disc 1
Has a 16.44m Stormy Monday!

70-July-3:   2nd Atlanta International Pop Festival    Atlanta, GA    (2CD)    VG+

70-July-5:   2nd Atlanta International Pop Festival    Atlanta, GA    (2CD)    VG+/E-

70-July-26:   See 70-Oct-23

70-Sept-23:   Fillmore East    (original disc)    New York, NY   

70-Sept-23:   Fillmore East:  VCD    New York, NY    (45.34m)   

MPEG video from 2nd gen source and is not indexed  -  last 11.17m is a repeat of Whipping Post from an alt source

70-Sept-23:   Fillmore East:  DVD    New York, NY    (45.34m)   

This video is not idexed  -  last 11.17m is a repeat of Whipping Post from an alt source
Transferred to DVD by me from above 2nd gen MPEG source

70-Oct-23:   Brothers    SUNY Stony Brook - Stony Brook, NY       (original silver)

Possibly 70-July-26

70-Nov-19:   Boston Tea Party    Boston, MA   

70-Dec-13:   American University 12-13-70    Leonard Gym - Washington, DC   (official release:    original silver)    VG+/E-

Has the extended version of You Don't Love Me

70-Dec-31:   Warehouse    New Orleans, LA    (3CD)   

A superb performance  -  you can hear the very cool taper explaining to a complete dolt why he's taping it.
Rated as Essential Allman Collection Material

1971:   The Gatlinburg Tapes    (74.04m)   

Studio jams  -  has GAPS between all tracks

71-Jan-17:   Syria Mosque    Pittsburgh, PA    (Remastered)    VG+/E-

71-Jan-23:   Capitol Theatre    Port Chester, NY    (Remastered)    VG/VG+

71-Jan-28:   Fillmore West    San Francisco, CA    (2CD)    VG+

71-Jan-31:   Fillmore West    San Francisco, CA    (2CD)   

71-Mar-20:   The Warehouse    New Orleans, LA    (3CD:    low gen:    complete show)   

19.34 YDLM,   21.27 WP,   43.56 Mountain Jam

71-May-2:   City College Of New York    New York, NY    (2CD:    afternoon)   

17.25 Liz Reed,   19.32 YDLM,   19.00 WP

71-June-5:   The Warehouse    New Orleans, LA

71-June-27:   South Meets East    Fillmore East - New York, NY    (2CD)    VG+

71-June-27:   Last Serenade    Fillmore East - New York, NY    VG+/E-

After a brief listen seems to be a cleaner than South Meets East, but the between song stuff has been cut
I was also told that some parts of some songs have been cut, to fit it onto one disc

71-July-17:   Municipal Auditorium    Atlanta, GA    (Early Show:    2CD)    VG+

71-July-24:   Superball Fest    St. Paul, MN    (short version)    VG

71-July-24:   Superball Fest    St. Paul, MN    (long version)   VG-/VG

Last 3 tracks are from a second, inferior source (VG-). The rest is VG

71-Aug-15:   Academy Of Music    New York, NY    (2CD)    VG

Earliest circulating recording of Blue Sky !  -  17.33 Liz Reed, 23.54 YDLM

71-Aug-26:   New York City Blues    A&R Studios - New York, NY    (original silver)

71-Aug-26:   A&R Studios    New York, NY    (slightly cleaner, less bassy, than  NYC Blues)

71-Sept-11:   Little John Coliseum    Clemson, SC    (79.45m)    VG/VG+

Blue Sky !  -  Appears to be fr two separate sources, w/ the inferior one filling in for the other, even within the same song

71-Sept-11:   Little John Coliseum    Clemson, SC    (44.25m:    incomplete)    VG/VG+

Blue Sky !  -  A little clearer than the complete recording (both fr same main source)  -  slightly better clarity + seperation

71-Sept-16:   Warehouse    New Orleans, LA    Warehouse - New Orleans, LA    (3CD:    original discs)    VG/VG+

Blue Sky !  -  Rated as Essential Allman Collection Material

71-Sept-19:   SUNY Stony Brook    Stony Brook, NY

Has a 17.09m Dreams  -  This disc is not fully indexed  -  last 3 tracks are from unknown date
The ABB has released a 2CD recording from the two shows on this day  -  go for that instead   (it has Blue Sky !)

71-Sept-19:   Stony Brook 9/19/71    SUNY - Stony Brook, NY    (official release:    original silver:    2CD)    E-

Finally a great sounding Blue Sky with Duane  -  IMO this is the best archival release by the band

71-Sept-28:   Clark Field    University of Texas - Austin, TX   

71-Oct-15:   Dreams And Nightmares    Syria Mosque - Pittsburgh, PA    VG

Good-bye Duane

Dicky Betts Band    88-Nov-1    Lonestar Roadhouse    New York, NY    (2CD:    complete show)    VG+

Complete show from the WNEW FM broadcast, not from "The Great Southern Riff" boot  -  w/ Warren Haynes
Has Jack Bruce, Mick Taylor, and Rick Derringer on the last few songs (see link for details)

03-Mar-25/26:   Live At Beacon Theatre:  DVD    Beacon Theatre - New York, NY    (2DVD)    E

A great performance




The Beatles

1959-1970:   The Compleat Beatles:  DVD    (PBS > VHS > DVD:    118.25m)    VG/VG+

Narrated by Malcolm McDowell  -  Taped and transferred to DVD by me

64-Apr-26:   NME Poll Winner Concert:  DVD    Wembley Stadium - Wembley, England    (VHS > DVD:    4.25m)    VG-/VG

She Loves You + Twist And Shout only  -  Transferred to DVD by me

64-Apr-28:   Around The Beatles:  DVD    Wembley TV Studios - Wembley, England    (VHS > DVD:    7.01m)    VG/VG+

The Midsummer Night's Dream sketch only, no music  -  Transferred to DVD by me

65-Apr-11:   NME Poll Winner Concert:  DVD    Wembley Stadium - Wembley, England    (VHS > DVD:    8.43m)    VG

She's A Woman, Ticket To Ride, Long Tall Sally only  -  Transferred to DVD by me

1965-1968:   Not Guilty    Studio Sessions    (SHN > CD)    E-

1965:   Alternate Rubber Soul    EMI Studios - London, England    (FLAC > CD)    E-

1966:   Alternate Revolver    EMI Studios - London, England    (FLAC > CD)    E-

1966-1967:   Alternate Sgt Pepper's...    EMI Studios - London, England    (FLAC > 2CD)    E-

1966-1967:   Making Of Sgt Pepper:  DVD    (Disney > VHS > DVD:    47.17m)    VG+

Taped and transferred to DVD by me

1967:   It Was 20 Years Ago Today:  DVD    (WETA PBS > VHS > DVD:    2hrs)    VG+/E-

This is a superb documentary about Sgt Pepper's and 1967 in general:   DVD sourced fr my original VHS tape
This is the full length version, taped and transferred to DVD by me  (Hi-Fi VCR)  when it originally aired in 1987

69-Jan:   Abbey Road Complete Get Back Sessions    ARoad Studios (Apple) - London, England   (FLAC > 2CD)   VG+/E-

69-Jan:   The "Let It Be" Rehearsals Vol 1    Twickenham & Abbey Road Studios (Apple)    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

George Harrison    1970    Acetates & Alternates Vol 2    England    (FLAC > CD)    E-

Two tracks only  (My Sweet Lord & It Don't Come Easy)  -  Bonus tracks on Dylan/Cash Sessions

Paul McCartney & Wings    76-June-10    Seattle Kingdome    Seattle, Washington    (2CD)    VG+/E-

Paul McCartney    99-Dec-14    Live At The Cavern Club!:  DVD    (PBS > VHS > DVD:    45.43m)    VG+/E-

David Gilmour on main guitar  -  this was aired as a PBS fundraiser   (I edited out the midpoint fundraiser break)
Taped and transferred to DVD by me




Jeff Beck

68-July-24:   Fillmore West    San Francisco, CA    (low gen > FLAC > CD:    31.40m)

68-Nov-3:   Grande Ballroom    Detroit, MI    VG/VG+

Jeff's band consists of: Nicky Hopkins, Rod Stewart, Mickey Waller, Ron Wood

71-Nov-6:   Academy Of Music 1971    Academy Of Music - New York, NY    (original silver)    VG

Apparently there were two shows this day and according to a Jeff Beck book, this setlist matches the 2nd show

07-Nov:   Performing This Week... :  DVD    Ronnie Scotts' - London, England    (official release:    100m)   

A great performance

09-Oct-29/30:   Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame 25th Anniversary Concert:  DVD    MSGarden - New York, NY    E




Brand X + related

Here is a list I created of known  Brand X performances   ~   It is certainly not complete, but definitely the most complete I've seen

1975:   Peter And The Wolf    (38.20m)   

I think is out of print, which is the ONLY reason why I am listing it  -  this is really a pre-Brand X album

76-Feb-20:   The Nashville    London, England   (69.49m)    VG+

Has Andy Ward of Camel on percussion !!!    Check out the fascinating interview with Andy in the above link.

76-Feb-26:   John Peel Session    Maida Vale 4 Studio - London, England    (25.35m:    b'cast on 76-Mar-8)   

76-July-15:   John Peel Session    Maida Vale 4 Studio - London, England    (17.36m:    FM source:    2 songs)    VG+

These two songs are the same performance as the below Peel session  -  See below entry for more info
This version has commentary from John Peel while the other does not  (as a result, this may be from the b'cast)

76-July-15:   John Peel Session    Maida Vale 4 Studio - London, England    (Sbd:    17.50m)    E

Both this & the above recording are fr the same session. This version is missing Peel's commentary, while the above has it.
This session is the source material for Missing Period (except T6), though this version is noticeably clearer than MP

76-July-30:   Marquee Club    London, England    (2CD)    VG+

I read that Guspar Lawal plays percussion on Hysteria

76-Aug-2:   John Peel Session    Maida Vale 4 Studio - London, England    (Sbd:    17.36m)    E

I think this is the b'cast date of the 76-July-15 session

76-Sept:   Tape Source    Ronnie Scott's - London, England    (27.40m)    E-

This is not from the ROTW LP source and is missing the ROTW Radio Intro
Clear, but note quite as clear as the Master LP source  -  however it is more upfront + has slightly better dynamics
Track 5 sounds like a non live performance, maybe a BBC performance or studio outtake    (not on the World LP)

76-Sept:   Rock Around The World  (Master LP)    Ronnie Scott's - London, England    (24.38m:    FLAC > CD)    E-

Really clear sound, but not as upfront + dynamic as the Tape Source

1976-1980:   Private Collection of John Goodsall    (Sbd:    72.25m)   

This is also known as Live In Libya

76-Aug-29:   Reading Festival    Reading, England    (50.44m)

77-June-10:   My Father's Place    Roslyn, NY    (fr Master Tape:    63.06m)    VG+/E-

1st show of the 1977 tour and the first performance with Kenwood Dennard

77-June-16:   Marble Bar    Baltimore, MD    (1st show:    49.48m)

77-June-16:   Marble Bar    Baltimore, MD    (2nd show:    61.11m)

77-June-19:   Smucker's    Brooklyn, NY    (1st Gen:    FLAC > CD:    46.08m)    VG+/E-

Finally, a legit Smucker's recording  -  The SQ is great

77-June-20:   Cellar Door    (Georgetown) Washington, DC    (2 shortened sets:    75.22m)    VG/VG+

77-Sept-10:   The Cellar's Tapes N°7    Fete De L'Humanite La Courneuve - Paris, France    (FLAC > CD:    44.44m)    VG+/E-

77-Sept-28:   Nightmore Patrol    Glass Onion - Rochester, NY    (1st Show:    72.52m)    VG+

Last two tracks (33.10m) are from 78-Aug-30   (not just the last, as is usually stated)
"Remastered, eq'd and de-noised from slightly muffled FM broadcast, now sounds much brighter and clearer"

77-Sept-28:   Glass Onion    Rochester, NY    (2nd Show:    incomplete,  44.03m)    VG+/E-

77-Sept-28:   Pre-FM Master    Glass Onion - Rochester, NY    (2nd Show:    FLAC>CD:    complete,  59.59m)    E-

I have another recording of this set  (lower SQ)  that has a comment by Lumley announcing that
Percy hurt his finger  (has blisters)  and cannot continue

77-Oct-13/30 ?:   Beacon Theater    New York, NY    (46.06m)   

See my list of  Brand X performances  for a discussion over this date

77-Oct-13/30 ?:   Beacon Theater    New York, NY    (52.10m:    1st Gen)    VG+

See my list of  Brand X performances  for a discussion over this date

77-Nov-16:   Timeline    Chicago, IL    (Disc 1 only:    official release:    62.20m)    VG+/E-

77-Nov-16:   Squared    Chicago, IL    (34.49m)    E-

Sometimes listed as 77-June-19. This is not possible, as this includes Access To Data (debuted in early Autumn '77)
Same performance (though less complete) as Timeline's Disc 1, which is dated 77-Nov-16
This version is slightly clearer than Timeline, though it has less bass

77-Nov-28:   Old Waldorf    San Francisco, CA    (56.01m)   

78-July-14:   Bunky's    Madison, WI    (2CD:    85.30m)   

With John Goodsall

78-July-23:   Cellar Door    (Georgetown) Washington, DC    (73.35m)    VG+

With John Goodsall

All pre 78-Aug-2 shows have Goodsall on guitar  -  all 78 shows post Aug-2 have Mike Miller
(though they supposedly played together at one or two shows).
The two shows on 78-Aug-2 were played without guitar

78-Aug-30:   Isstadion    Stockholm, Sweden    (57.21m)    VG+/E-

The first two tracks (of three) are played seemlessly and thus were indexed together

78-Oct-24:   Paradise Rock Club    Boston, MA    (FLAC > 2CD:    104.31m)    VG+

Has John Goodsall on at least two tracks  -  1st show of this tour + most likely the first show w/ Mike Clark on drums

78-Oct-31:   Rated X    The Bottom Line - New York, NY    (72.59m)    VG/VG+

A very bright recording  -  has some minor distortion at points, but not too bad

79-Sept-23:   Live At The Roxy    Los Angeles, CA    (official import?  -  original silver:    70.26m)    VG

79-Sept-27:   Don't Make Waves    The Bottom Line - New York, NY    (60.25m)   

If this is really from the FM broadcast, then the correct date is 79-Sept-27, not Sept-26   (see link for more info)

79-Oct-9:   Old Grey Whistle Test:  DVD    BBC Studio - London, England    (BT > DVD:    10m)    VG-

...And So To F and interview w/ Phil Collins

79-Oct-28:   Long Island    New York    (54.39m)   

Percy Jones    86-June-14    The Kitchen    New York, NY    (SHN > CD:    15.57m)    E-

One song only  -  included on 77-Sept-28  (2nd show  -  Pre-FM Master)

Percy Jones    87-Apr-15    Lafayette College:  DVD    Easton, PA    (BT > DVD:    51.23m)    VG+

He tunes up for 5.02m and then plays a single set  (to a prerecorded backing track)  for 46.21m

 

92-Dec-1 was the first performance of the reformed Brand X   (as Goodsall mentions at that show)

92-Dec-1:   Brand X At Blues Alley    Blues Alley - Washington DC    (1st Show:    75.31m)    VG/VG+

More complete than other souce  (18.09m longer), with 11m+ more music and all between song stuff.
I was there !!!    I talked briefly w/ Percy Jones  -  see link for his signature!

92-Dec-1:   Brand X At Blues Alley:  DVD    Blues Alley - Washington DC    (1st Show:    VHS > DVD:    71m)    VG/VG+

Nice, low gen shot very close in front of the stage  -  I cut 5m of drum solo to fit this on DVD  w/ 92-Dec-10
From the 1st set, which I was at! Goodsall has some guitar problems, so Percy jams for about 7min  (Strangeness, I think)
Transferred to DVD by me  -  I was there !!!

92-Dec-1:   Blues Alley    Washington DC    (1st Show:    57.23m)    VG+

Incomplete recording  -  missing first two songs, most between song stuff is cut, and the final 10sec
I was there !!!

92-Dec-10  ?:   Music For Girlfriends   Marquee Club - Buffalo, NY    (67.57m)    VG+

The Buffalo date may actually be 92-Dec-12  -  has some minor problems for first 4min or so

92-Dec-10  ?:   Music For Girlfriends:  DVD   Marquee Club - Buffalo, NY    (VHS > DVD:    63m)    VG

The Buffalo date may actually be 92-Dec-12  -  has some minor problems for first 4min or so
I cut about 5m of drum solo to fit this on DVD  w/ 92-Dec-1  -  Transferred to DVD by me

92-Dec-16:   China Club    Chicago, IL    (78.58m)   

97-Apr-3:   Shibuya    Tokyo, Japan    (2CD:    121.56m)    VG+

Has some minor overloading  -  still has a nice sound, though
Pierre Moerlen was their drummer for the 1997 tour

97-May-25:   It's Been 17 Years!    The Leadmill - Sheffield, England    (MD > CD:    67.09m)    VG+

Has a static like noise at points (most noticable for the first 1.45m) and is a bit tinny
Their 1997 shows appear to be the last ones with Percy Jones

99-June-2:   House Of Blues    Los Angeles, CA    (Webcast > CD:    56.11m)    VG+\E-

From a webcast transmission  -  Mick Stevens on bass
Has an Isis Mourning segment  -  sweet !!!






Buckethead
( possibly the most talented guitarist I've heard/seen - right up there with (or bettering) Steve Howe circa 1971-1974 )
his left hand does wonderful and insane spider crawls / dances up and down the fretboard

1996-2009:   YouTube Collection 1:  DVD    various locations    (FLV + MP4 > AVI:    131 tracks:    726.08m)    VG/E

1996-2012:   YouTube Collection 7:  DVD    various locations    (FLV + MP4 > AVI:    131 tracks:    662.20m)    VG/E

2003-2009:   YouTube Collection 3:  DVD    various locations    (FLV + MP4 > AVI:    131 tracks:    702.49m)    VG/E

2004-2009:   YouTube Collection 4:  DVD    various locations    (FLV + MP4 > AVI:    131 tracks:    697.28m)    VG/E

2004+2006:   Misc Tracks:  DVD    (AVI:    28.44m)    E

04-May-28:   Independent:  DVD    San Franciso, CA    (MP4 > AVI >    b+w:    91.03m)    VG+

04-May-29:   Independent:  DVD    San Franciso, CA    (MP4 > AVI >    b+w:    98.17m)    E-

has the wonderful Scraps !    this is weird show, not at all like the other 2004 shows - has more sound effects, the guitar and drums make a lot of use of echoe, the bass player is often more upfront, playing in a different style, and Buckethead is not playing his standard way, playing many things slightly differently than usual.  Ghost Riders is definitely a bit different from the usual

05-Apr-5:   Bill Laswell's PBS Soundstage:  DVD    WTTW Studios - Chicago, IL    (AVI:    15.29m)    E-

Buckethead w/ Bill Laswell, Brain, Bootsy Collins + others

06-Feb-24:   The Catalyst:  DVD    Santa Cruz, CA    (DVD:    b+w:    144.31m)    VG+

06-Feb-25:   Great American Music Hall:  DVD    San Francisco, CA    (mpeg1 > AVI:    64m:    incomplete)    VG+

06-Mar-16:   Variety Playhouse    Atlanta, GA    (FLAC > 2CD:    149.34m)    E-

get the video instead  -  Buckethead's considerable guitar skills are best appreciated when being viewed

06-Mar-16:   Variety Playhouse:  DVD    Atlanta, GA    (Divx > AVI:    147.57m)    VG+/E-

killer performance  -  my single favorite Buckethead show
superb guitarist with a great style and a wicked looking stage persona  -  mostly all instrumental
a video of this show is rated as Essential Buckethead Collection Material

06-Apr-21:   Henry Fonda Theatre:  DVD    Hollywood, CA    (DVD:    113.49m)    VG+

has some distortion at times, due to being recorded too loud

06-June-4:   Italian American Social Club:  DVD    Las Vegas, NV    (BT > 2DVD:    155.37m)    E-

06-June-16:   Mishawaka Ampitheatre:  DVD    Bellvue, CO    (Divx > AVI:    174.23m)    VG+/E-

killer performance  -  Bernie Worrell joins the band for close to 20 min
has a cool section when a woman dressed in a classic Arabian outfit (his girlfriend, who uses the stage name Big D) twirls two large pieces of cloth in dim multi-coloured lights, which comes across as a beautiful gesture of love - excellent

2008-2009:   YouTube Collection 2:  DVD    various locations    (FLV + MP4 > AVI:    131 tracks:    701.57m)    VG/E

08-Mar-6:   Aggie Theatre:  DVD    Fort Collins, CO    (AVI:    99.40m)    E

2011-2012:   YouTube Collection 5:  DVD    various locations    (FLV + MP4 > AVI:    131 tracks:    613.21m)    VG/E

2011-2012:   YouTube Collection 6:  DVD    various locations    (FLV + MP4 > AVI:    131 tracks:    559.02m)    VG/E


a great quote from Ozzy Osbourne about Buckethead:

"I tried out that Buckethead guy.  I met with him and asked him to work with me, but only if he got rid of the fucking bucket.  So I came back a bit later, and he's wearing this green fucking Martian's-hat thing!  I said, 'Look, just be yourself.'  He told me his name was Brian, so I said that's what I'd call him.  He says, 'No one calls me Brian except my mother.'  So I said, 'Pretend I'm your mum then!'  I haven't even got out of the room and I'm already playing fucking mind games with the guy.  What happens if one day he's gone and there's a note saying, 'I've been beamed up'?  Don't get me wrong, he's a great player.  He plays like a motherfucker."




Camel

Here is a list I created of known  Camel performances   ~   It is most certainly not complete, but it's the most complete I've seen

73-May-1:   Dancing Cossatese    Blue Café - Cossato, Italy    (40.15m)    VG/VG+

Sounds like some NR was used, as the highs are a little muffled  -  nice aggressive performance

73-Oct-8:   Famous Rock Dreams    Dingwall's Dancehall - Camden, London, England    (original silver:    16.15m)    E-

God Of Light Revisited

73-Oct-19:   Leeds University    Yorkshire, England    (45.45m)    VG

1974:   Autumn       (original silver DVD > CD:    4.38m)    E

Unreleased studio track from original lineup era with Doug Ferguson on lead vocal  -  from Moondances DVD

74-June-15:   BBC Radio One 'In Concert'    London, England    (sbd:    A1 > CD:    33.47m)    E-

Sounds like NR was used somewhere, resulting in somewhat muted high frequencies

74-June-15:   Famous Rock Dreams    BBC Radio One 'In Concert' - London, England    (original silver:    27.24m)    E-

74-June-20:   Marquee Club    London, England    (76.36m)   

74-Oct-29/30:   Marquee Club    London, England    (52.20m)    E

Compiled from the bonus tracks on the Camel, Mirage + The Snow Goose remastered cds, as well as the 2002 re-issue of A Live Record

74-Nov-19:   Ladyland    New York, NY    (sbd:    51.47m)    VG+

Sounds like some NR was used, as the highs are a little muffled

74-Nov-19:   WQIV Broadcast    Ladyland - New York, NY    (61.42m)    VG+

Rare performance of Freefall
Longer and has more highs than above, though it has a shimmering effect that is more muffled on above

1975:   Riverman       (original silver DVD > CD:    3.36m)    E

Unreleased studio track from original lineup era with Andrew Latimer on lead vocal  -  from Moondances DVD

75-Apr-22:   Famous Rock Dreams    Hippodrome Theatre - London, England    (original silver:    27.21m)    E-

Excerpts from "The Snow Goose"   (thankfully performed w/o a damn orchestra)

75-June-20:   Univ of Manchester    Manchester, England    (2CD:    94.50m)    VG+

75-Oct-17:   A Live Record:  2002 Reissue    Royal Albert Hall - England, London    (official release:    original silver CD:    54.17m)    E

Unfortunately performed w/ The London Symphony Orchestra  -  I hate orchestras playing w/ rock bands  (the non orchestra performances are always better)

75-Dec-5:   Musikhalle    Hamburg, Germany    (74.11m)    VG+

Combintation of two sources:  the first 58.55m comes from a clear sounding source (the best I've heard) that unfortunately turns out is mp3 sourced; 
the last 15.15m (a complete recording of Lady Fantasy) comes from a muddier sounding, though lossless source.

75-Dec-16:   City Hall    Sheffield, England    (78.01m)    VG-/VG

76-Apr-2:   Empire Theatre    Liverpool, England    (non indexed CD > boosted signal (55%) > indexed tracks > CD:    30.47m)    VG

The boosting of the signal brought out more detail  (including slightly more pops and crackles at times, so take note!)

76-Apr-14:   Hammersmith Odeon    London, England    (original silver DVD > CD:    50.23m)    E-

Sourced from Moondances DVD  -  this is a killer DVD

76-Apr-14:   Moondances:  DVD    Hammersmith Odeon - London, England    (official release:    original silver DVD:    50.23m)    E

Officially released on Moondances DVD by CP in 2007 and signed by Andrew Latimer !
Excelllent (pro shot) video w/o any added stupid footage  (eg Floyd 70-Apr-29)  -  if only all concert videos were like this
Please support CP and buy this reasonably priced DVD from  Camel Productions

76-June-26:   Boarding House    San Francisco, CA    ( 60.21m)    VG+/E-

Shorter than other source (missing Song Within A Song), but much cleaner and brighter
NOT from the KSAN broadcast  -  has an odd shimmering effect between songs (not audible during songs)

76-June-26:   Boarding House    San Francisco, CA    (68.33m)    VG/VG+

From the KSAN radio broadcast  -  Sounds like some heavy NR was used

76-June-26:   Boarding House    San Francisco, CA    (71.08m)   

76-June-28:   Encinadas    La Paloma, CA    (71.32m)    VG+




Mel Collins joins Camel sometime during the European tour in September


76-Sept-20:   Moon Rise   (Highland)    Helsinki, Finland    (53.52m)    VG/VG+

76-Sept-20 is currently the earliest circulating recording with Mel Collins in the band

76-Sept-20:   Helsinki, Finland    (54.03m)   

Not from Moon Rise. Though this is not necessarily an upgrade.


Doug Ferguson leaves the band in early 1977 and Richard Sinclair joins, creating Camel's best lineup  (IMO)


77-Sept-3:   Eichenring    Scheebel, Germany    (46.06m)    VG

77-Sept-15:   Chateau Neuf    Oslo, Norway    (2CD:    83.41m)    E-

Has a brief 1 sec skip in track 5 and you can hear when the first tape runs out at the end of track 8
Don't let this mislead you, this is a great recording

77-Sept-22:   Hippodrome    Golders Green, London, England    (official release:    original silver DVD > CD:    61.31m)    E

Sourced from Moondances DVD  -  this is a killer DVD
I patched the missing last 2.43m of One Of These Days..  from the Unevensongs boot  (the audio track fades out on the DVD)

77-Sept-22:   Moondances:  DVD    Hippodrome - Golders Green, London, England    (original silver:    58.53m)    E

Officially released on Moondances DVD by CP in 2007 and signed by Andrew Latimer !
Excelllent (pro shot) video w/o any added stupid footage  (eg Floyd 70-Apr-29)  -  if only all concert videos were like this
Please support CP and buy this reasonably priced DVD from  Camel Productions

77-Sept-22:   Unevensongs    Hippodrome - Golders Green, London, England    (sbd:    56.20m)    E-

Often incorrectly listed as 77-Oct-1, which I think was the bcast date

77-Sept-22:   BBC Broadcast    Hippodrome - Golders Green, London, England    (17.57m)    VG+

This recording is frequently listed as 77-Jan-23 Shinjyuku, Tokyo  -  It's not
This has a BBC person introducing the first song   (Unevensongs does not)

77-Sept-24:   Empire Theater    Liverpool, England    (FLAC > 2CD:    95.00m)    VG+

77-Sept-25:   Apollo Theatre    Glasgow, Scotland    (FLAC > 2CD:    88.10m)    VG+

77-Sept-27:   City Hall    Newcastle, England    (FLAC > 2CD:    89.00m)    VG

The roughest sounding of the 1977 recordings (muffled).  To improve the SQ, I did a high-pass w/ a 200 mhz cutoff,
trimmed excessive peaks and then boosted amp (via Audacity).  Though still not great, it's more listenable now.

77-Sept-30:   A Live Record:  2002 Reissue    Hammersmith Odeon - London, England    (7.10m)    E

77-Oct-1:   A Live Record:  2002 Reissue    Hammersmith Odeon - London, England    (7.28m)    E

77-Oct-2:   A Live Record:  2002 Reissue    Colston Hall - Bristol, England    (26.58m)    E

77-Oct-3:   A Live Record:  2002 Reissue    Leeds Univ - Yorkshire, England    (5.44m)    E




78-July-30:    Peter Bardens leaves Camel  -  the band is never the same again


78-Aug:    Jan Schelhaas & Dave Sinclair join Camel


79-Nov-21:   De Doelen    Rotterdam, Holland    (32.20m)    E-

I have also seen this listed as 79-Apr-20  (also from Rotterdam)

81-Feb-27:   Hammersmith Odeon    London, England    (FLAC > 2CD:    97.37m)    VG/VG+

From the Nude tour, the last tour with Andy Ward  -  has Kit Watkins  (Happy The Man)  on keyboards

1989:   Interview w/ Andy Latimer    KOME 98.5 FM - San Jose, CA    (FLAC > CD:    27.30m)    E-

Mirage - 94-Dec-14    Live 14.12.94    Labatts Apollo - Manchester, England    (2CD:    60.18m:    official release, out of print ?)    E-

With Peter Bardens, Andy Ward, David Sinclair, etc




Can

68-June:   Schloß Nörvenich    Köln, Germany    (FLAC > CD:    29.43m)    VG+

This was Can's first gig, composed spontaneously

71-Aug-9:   Beat Club    Bremen, Germany    (6.31m:    all that circulates from this show)    E-

71-Oct-22:   Volkshalle    Hessen, Germany    (SHN > 2CD:    114.16m)    VG/VG+

This was very muddy, so I cut the bass and boosted the highs
It sounds much better, though you now occasionally hear distortion that was previously muffled

72-Jan:   German TV Performance    (FLAC > CD:    2 songs, 10.58m)    VG+

72-Apr-28:   University College    London, England    (SHN > CD:    30.21m)    VG

This is a woefully incomplete recording  -  a 100+min version exists but does not widely circulate

72-May-8:   University of Essex    Colchester, England    (FLAC > 2CD:    118.27m)    VG/VG+

Damo is low in the mix, which creates a different type of show for 1972  (in a good way)

72-May-22:   POP Festival    Berlin, Germany    (SHN > CD:    73.29m)    VG+

Has a nice early performance of a Vitamin C Improv

72-May-22:   POP Festival    Berlin, Germany    (SHN/FLAC > CD:    73.29m)    VG+

The first two tracks (40m) are fr an improved, brighter source  -  remaining tracks are same as above, but w/ increased levels

72-June-24:   WDR Funkhaus    Köln, Germany    (FM Bcast > Master Tape > CD > Wav(eac) > Flac > CD:    51.45m)    VG+/E-

A nice upgrade over my prior recording

72-June-24:   WDR Funkhaus:  DVD    Köln, Germany    (52m)   

1973-1975:   The Peel Sessions    BBC Stuidios - London, England    (FTP:   FLAC > CD:    66.07m)    E-

One song w/ Damo  (18.48m)   -   5 songs w/o  (47.19m)

73-Feb-18   recordings not in general circulation    Rainbow Theatre - London, England    (14.59m:    tracks are incomplete)    VG+/E-

73-Feb-20:   see 'The Peel Sessions'   &   Miscellaneous Collection    BBC - London, England    (18.48m + 35.14m versions)    E-

73-Mar-2:   Guildhall    Plymouth, England    (master cass > reel-reel > wav 48khz > wav 44.1 > cdr:    79.32m, inc)    VG+

Has some spacey and slowed down sections that are great to hear and are a little different from the norm
Damo is very present on first 3 tracks, then thankfully mellows a bit, or is just mixed lower
not in general circulation

73-Mar-10:   Imperial College    London, England    (FLAC > CD:    62.46m)    VG/VG+

73-May 12:   Olympia    Paris, France    (Sbd:    FLAC > 2CD:    91.38m)    VG+/E-

A great performance of Vitamin C

73-August:   Unknown Event    (FLAC > CD:    36.25m:    all the circulates from this event)    E

Possibly 73-Spring  -  There is uncertainty about the date/venue of this and whether it was live or a studio recording
To me this definitely sounds like a studio event  -  I'd be extremely surprised if it were live

73-Aug-25:   Empire Theatre    Edinburgh, Scotland    (FLAC > CD:    69.15m)    VG+/E-

Damo Suzuki's last show.   Has better sound and is more complete than my prior version.
This is a great show and one of my favorites w/ Damo,  though 73-Oct-14 is by far the best.

73-Oct-14:   Markthalle    Hamburg, Germany    (FLAC > 2CD > Audacity Leveller:    110.25m)    VG

Superb performance  -  since it has Damo it is likely misdated  -  date should probably be 73-Jan/Aug.
Damo is different here from other shows with him - he's much less upfront,  the music totally dominates
and he's singing a bit different than usual,  though some of this could be due to the recording.
Has a 59.32m piece that begins with Vitamin C,  goes into a 37.34m improv, and then ends w/ Spoon  -  very nice.
rated as Essential Can Collection Material

*** IMO, in terms of live performances, Can improved significantly after Damo left  (then again I'm not a big fan of Damo, so...) ***

73-Nov-30:   Bordeaux, France    (SHN > 2CD > Audacity Leveller:    87.56m)    VG-

Has a nice 35.32m improv piece that includes the Vitamin C melody  -  only recorded performance of  Future Days ?
Possibly the first recorded show w/o Damo.

74-Jan-29:   BBC Studios    London, England    (FLAC > CD:    14.12m)    VG/VG+

74-Jan-29:   see 'The Peel Sessions'    BBC - London, England    (14.30m)   

74-Feb-3:   Greyhound    Croydon, England    (master cass > reel-reel > wav 48khz > wav 44.1 > cdr:    20.04m, inc)    VG+/E-

A nice, energenic performance on the long piece and some nice improvising on the 2nd track
not in general circulation

74-Feb-19:   BBC Session    London, England    (25.23m:    all that circulates from this show)    VG/VG+

This has the full Peel 1.22m intro and .40 outro

74-Feb-19:   BBC Studios    London, England    (FTP:   FLAC > CD:    22.24m)    E-

This is missing most of the Peel intro and all of the Peel outro

74-Apr-13:   Festival Equinoxe    Poitiers, France    (FLAC > CD:    60.21m)    VG

Rare circulating 1974 recording  -  shows Can in transition after the Damo period

74-Sept-29:   Civic Hall    Guildford, England    (12.16m:    all that circulates from this show)    VG

74-Oct-8:   see 'The Peel Sessions'    BBC - London, England    (17.24m:    all that circulates from this show)   

74-Oct:   recordings not in general circulation    England    (5.47m:    tracks are incomplete)    VG+/E-

In my not so humble opinion, 1975 was Can's best year for live performances.  By this point they seem to have finally moved past their somewhat uneven post-Damo period (1974) and become comfortable as a four piece group in their own right.  Though the 1976 shows were excellent, they spent much of it testing out various singers, some better than others.  In addition, 1976 was not a very productive year in terms of number of shows played.  It easily has the fewest shows of any year up to that point.  1976 was in many ways the beginning of the end.  In 1975, on the other hand, the band was in full flight and firing on all cylinders. 

75-Jan-29:   Bataclan Club    Paris, France    (Sbd:    SHN > 2CD:    89.38m)    VG+/E-

Sunday Jam is simply superb  -  for me one of their best performances  -  the entire band collectively solos the entire song, with Micky taking the lead.
Why did they only play this amazing song once ?

75-May-7:   see 'The Peel Sessions'    BBC - London, England    (15.22m:    all that circulates from this show)   

75-May-16:   Pier Pavilion    Hastings, England    (SHN > 3CD:    126.14m)    VG+

Has a 40.30m improv that is just wonderful  (Disc 3),  though it takes awhile to really get going  (about the 6-7 min point, when they begin to set the rhythm)  -  once it does, it becomes an epic performance with some beautiful melodies, reminiscent of Meadow Sweet.  ...later on... After once again looking at this show on the excellent Can Live site I realized that this improvization is actually Pinch > Meadow Sweet > The Gypsy played uninterupted.  I guess I was right about the the wonderfully beautiful Meadow Sweet melody.

75-May-17:   University of Essex    Colchester, England    (SHN+FLAC > 2CD:    133.28m)    VG+/E-

This is a great performance  -  I combined 2 sources to create this:   the 92m version   +   41m fr Future Days And Past Nights
Has the aptly titled, beautiful Meadow Sweet - unfortunately it's rarely heard among recordings in general circulation - there are A LOT that do not circulate :(

75-July-9:   Musik-Forum    Siegendorf, Austria    (FLAC > CD:    8.31m)   

has slightly better SQ than Canobits 2 for this track

75-July:   recordings not in general circulation    Austria    (40.36m:    only 1 track is complete)    VG+/E-

75-July-13:   Musik-Forum    Siegendorf, Austria    (FLAC > CD:    32.03m)   

has slightly better SQ than Canobits 2 for these three tracks

75-Aug-6:   Roman Theatre    Arles, France    (A1 > CD > FLAC > CD:    79.47m)    VG+

75-Aug:   The Michiko Nakao Sessions    Inner Space Studio    (FLAC > CD:    58.58m:    w/ Michiko Nakao)    E-

Studio sessions with Michiko Nakao, some of which were overdubs of  73-Aug-25 material

75-Sept-4:   Palais de Chaillot    Paris, France    (pre-FM master copy* > reel-reel > wav 48khz > wav 44.1 > cdr:    55.24m, inc)    E-

A typically great 1975 performance  -  An announcer talks over the first 3.40m of Track 1 while the band tunes up
* from a copy of the Master Tape used for the Radio broadcast  (not taped off radio)
not in general circulation

75-Oct-14:   Universität    Giessen, Germany    (FLAC > CD:    72.53m)    VG+/E-

75-Oct-24:   Saarbrücken, Germany    (FTP:   FLAC > 2CD:    114.25m)    VG+/E-

The 20min fourth track (first on disc 2) is just great.  I have it listed as "Oh Lord".  Though that is what it was called on the disc, I get the feeling it is misnamed.  Whatever the title, it is very much in the style of Meadow Sweet + Sunday Jam.

75-Oct-31:   Stuttgart, Germany    (FLAC > CD:    79.15m)    VG+/E-

Nice performance   (as were most 75-76 shows)

75-Nov-19:   Sussex University    Brighton, England    (Sbd:    SHN > 2CD > Overburned 1CD:    80.45m)    VG+/E-

75-Nov-21:   Hatfield Polytechnic    Hatfield, England    (SHN > CD:    37.39m:    w/ T Hardin)    VG+

One long bonus track on 75-January-19 recording

75-Nov-21:   The Tim Hardin Shows    Hatfield Polytechnic - Hatfield, England    (SHN/FLAC > CD:    79.06m:    w/ T Hardin)    VG+

A collection I made of all material from the two Tim Hardin shows   (63.32m fr this date)

75-Nov:   recordings not in general circulation    England    (6.26m:    incomplete)    VG+/E-

75-Nov-23:   Theatre Royal Drury Lane    London, England    (FTP:   FLAC > CD:    15.35m:    w/ T Hardin)   

Soundcheck w/ Tim Hardin  (15.35m)  -  bonus track on 75-Oct-24: Saarbrücken, Germany

75-Nov-23:   The Tim Hardin Shows    Theatre Royal Drury Lane - London, England    (FLAC > CD:    79.06m:    w/ T Hardin)   

A collection I made of all material from the two Tim Hardin shows   (15.34m fr this date)

75-Nov-24:   Interview: Michael Karoli w/ Andy Hall    London, England ?    (11.24m:    inc)    VG+/E-

76-Jan-9:   Brussels, Belgium    (SHN > 2CD > Overburned 1CD:    81.47m:    w/ Raj)    VG+/E-

Raj's first show  -  Most complete circulating recording of this great show   (compiled fr 3 sources)

76-Jan-9:   Brussels, Belgium    (SHN > CD:    w/ Raj)    VG+/E-

Has the full Vitamin C

76-Jan-16:   Grenoble, France    (Sbd:    SHN > CD:    77.50m)    VG+/E-

76-Jan-17:   Lyon, France    (FLAC > 2CD:    85.40m)    VG+/E-

A great Vitamin C, more aggressive than usual w/ nice improvizing towards the end

76-Mar-2:   Bordeaux, France    (FTP:   FLAC > CD:    37.41m:    w/ Raj)    VG+/E-

Includes an incomplete Jynx from 75-Oct-14  (though it seems to run at the correct speed)

76-Mar-3:   Poitiers, France    (Sbd:    SHN > 2CD:    84.54m:    w/ Raj)    VG+

The last recorded show with Raj ?


I was fortunate to be able to ask Holger Czukay (via email) about Raj:

Scott:
Whatever happened to Raj? No one knows anything about him.

Holger:
We also haven't heard from Raj anymore. All I know is that he came from a well situated Indian family living in Malaysia.
Last news were that he has founded a band there and he seems to be happy. We also think that he was a real nice guy,
though our experiences music wise were not completely satisfying for us.
enjoy having a good time, Scott.


76-Mar-19:   Salle Wagram    Paris, France    (FLAC > 2CD:    92.02m:    w/ M Cousins)    VG+

This recording includes one track  (Cry, Cry, Cry)  from 76-Apr-11

76-Apr-5:   Hamburg, Germany    (FTP:   FLAC > CD:    60.38m:    w/ M Cousins)    E-

76-Apr-11:   Beethovensaal    Hannover, Germany    (FLAC > CD    51.33m:    w/ M Cousins)    E-

Unusual musical intro / segue into Vitamin C  -  SQ drops a bit for the last track  (Cry)

76-Apr-28:   Koln, Germany    (FLAC > 2CD > Overburned 1CD:    81.06m)    VG+/E-

Great vocal performance by Micky

76-Dec-4:   New Victoria Theatre    London, England    (Sbd:    SHN > CD:    60.18m)    VG+/E-

Incomplete recording  -  the complete show is about 141m

77-Mar-2:   Keele University    Keele, England    (Sbd:    SHN > 2CD > Overburned 1CD:    81.52m)    E-

77-Mar-4:   Aston University    Birmingham, England    (FTP:   FLAC > CD:    79.19m)    E-

My favorite 1977 show  -  this is the last recorded performance of Vitamin C
I boosted the bass a bit  (0-200hz x 9db : Audacity), as it was noticeably lacking  -  it sounds much better now

Reebop Kwaku Baah joins Can  -  what a disaster he was!   He did not fit in musically or personally  (he helped kill the band)
Rosko Gee fit in much better, but Holger's presence on bass was definitely missed  (though his new sound effects were nice)

77-Mar-23:   Sound Circus    London, England    (FTP:   MP3 > WAV > 2CD:    126.41m)    VG+

Possibly from their 77-Mar-27 Sound Circus show    Note: Converted to WAV from MP3 source !!!
Rare live recording with Reebop  -  only two other recordings are circulating   (77-May-2  +  77-May-15)

77-May-2:   Theatre Le Palace    Paris, France    (5.04m - incomplete:    all that circulates from this show)    VG+/E-

77-May-15:   Hochschule der Künste    Berlin, Germany    (MP3 > 2CD:    86.41m)    VG+/E-

Currently, the last recorded Can show  -  by the end of May, Can had given its last show
Note: Converted to WAV from MP3 source !!!




Derek Clapton & related



John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers

1965-1966:   Bluesbreaking    (SHN > CD)    VG+/E-



Cream

67-Oct-15:   Creamset & Remastered mix    Grande Ballroom - Detroit, MI    (2CD:    Disc2 via FLAC)    VG+

Disc 1 is from Creamset  (Spoonful has minor digital static, so I included a clean version on Disc 2)
Disc 2 is from the Remastered Series  -  IMO the SQ of Creamset's good tracks is much better than Remastered's

68-Apr-5:   Back Bay Theatre Remastered    Back Bay Theatre - Boston, MA    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

includes Sunshine from the 68-May-19 Glen Campbell Show

68-Nov-26:   Complete Royal Albert Hall 1968    Royal Albert Hall - London, England    (FLAC > CD:    2nd Show)    VG+

nice performance  -  Cream's final performance until  93-Jan-12
unfortunately the video is ruined by showing WAY TOO MUCH Jack Bruce, followed by Ginger - Clapton is rarely seen

93-Jan-12:   Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Show    (original silver)    E

Doors  (w/ E. Vedder),   John Fogerty  (w/ Robbie Robertson & Springsteen),   Cream



Blind Faith

1969:   Hyde And Seek    Morgan Studios & Hyde Park    London, England    VG+

Some tracks VG/VG+

69-June-7:   London Hyde Park 1969:  DVD    Hyde Park - London, England    (73m:    official release)    E-

Blind Faith's debut performance



Delaney & Bonnie

69-Dec-1:   Royal Albert Hall    London, England    (FLAC > CD)   

w/ Dave Mason on guitar
Very interesting announcement at the end that does not apply to this show: an announcer w/ a southern accent
introduces the Dominos lineup, including Duane Allman! (this is probably from the 70-Dec-1 show)

70-Feb-22:   Fillmore West    San Francisco, CA    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

w/ Clapton, Bobby Whitlock, Jim Gordon, Carl Radle, Leon Russell, Bobby Keys, Jim Price, Jim Horn)



Derek And The Dominos

70-Aug-11:   Marquee Club    London, England    (FLAC > CD)    VG

Currently the earliest circulating Dominos show

70-Aug-Sept:   Nudity - The Lost Radle Tapes    Criteria Studios - Miami, FL    (2CD)   

70-71:   Studio Sessions    Criteria & Olympic Studios    E-

45.20m of studio material from their 1st + 2nd album sessions, not on the Radle Tapes   (bonus material on Soul Mates 2)

70-Nov-5:   The Johnny Cash Show:  DVD    Ryman Auditorium - Nashville, TN    (7.51m)    E

It's Too Late + Matchbox  -  bcast on 71-Jan-6

70-Nov-29:   Painters Mill Music Fair    Owings Mills, Md    (FLAC > 2CD > Overburned 1CD:    80.22m)    VG/VG+

Rare performance of Layla & BB Blues  -  see link for interesting comments about the show by someone who was there.
Cleanest version of this show that I've heard  (including the MasahikoYamaura Remaster).
I modified my recording :  reduced amp > boosted bass +4 db > trimmed excessive peaks > boosted amp (via Audacity)


My comments on the various versions of the Dominos'  70-Dec-1  show w/ Duane

70-Dec-1:   Soul Mates    Curtis Hixon Hall - Tampa, Florida    (2CD)    VG-/VG

Different source fr Soul Mates 2  -  With Duane Allman for entire show!  -  includes filler from other dates
I've seen this venue listed as Curtis Dixon, Hixon, and Nixon Hall. I have no idea which is correct.

70-Dec-1:   Soul Mates 2    Curtis Hixon Hall - Tampa, Florida    (2CD:    3rd gen?)    VG

Different source fr Soul Mates, Twin Flames, In The Sky Dog  -  this is a cleaned up version of the Live At Tampa source
Still my recording of choice for this show  -  see links for more info

70-Dec-6:   Final Act    Suffolk Community College - Selden, NY    VG/VG+

Final live performance by Derek And The Dominos.    Has a great performance of Tell The Truth



Eric Clapton

1988:   Unknown Show    (1SHN > 2CD)   

This was originally listed as 88-Sept-8, which was not correct  (see link for further info)

88-Sept-8:   Capital Centre    Largo, Maryland    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG/VG+

I was there !!!  -  legit recording from this show  (see above 1988 'unknown show' link for more info)

01-Feb-14:   Evening News Arena    Manchester, England    (2CD:    Minidisc Master > CD2)    E-

A much better performance than I expected. Has some minor digital static at points.
See above link for a nice review of this show and a comparison to the RAH show (which was supposedly less inspiring).

01-Feb-14:   Evening News Arena:  VCD    Manchester, England    (VCD:    35m)   

35m of Doyle Bramhall II and 35m of Clapton




Country Joe & The Fish

67-June-16/18:   Complete Monterey Pop Festival:  DVD    Monterey, CA   

2 songs only:   Section 43  +  Not-So-Sweet Martha Lorraine

69-Jan-9/11:   Live!  Fillmore West 1969    Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA    (official release:    original silver)

69-Mar-27:   Walthamstow Technical College    London, England    (A0 > A1 > D0 > FLAC > CD)    VG/VG+

Somewhat distant sounding

69-Mar-?:   Institute Of Contemporary Arts    London, England    (A1 > D0 > FLAC > 2CD)    VG/VG+

This was originally listed as March-28, but that is incorrect  -  see the 69-Mar-28 show below
Not as distant sounding as March-27, if I remember correctly

69-Mar-28:   The Lyceum    London, England    (A1 > D0 > FLAC > CD)    VG/VG+

This was misdated as 69-Mar-29  -  see link for further information




CSNY & related  +  Neil Young

1969-1970:   1st & 2nd Album Demos    (73.08m)    VG+

69-Sept-13/14:   Big Sur Folk Festival    Esalen Institute - Big Sur, CA    (2CD:    90.15m)    VG+

Has Paul Kantner guesting on Wooden Ships

69-Dec 13-14 & 18:   Detroit Experience    Various locations    (76.13m)   

Supposedly sourced from a 1st gen (soundboard) tape, though there are some minor sonic problems
A great, very laid back performance that is mostly acoustic  (20.03m is electric)   -   To me the acoustic stuff is the best part
The second of four known performances of Country Girl by CSNY  (Dec-18)   -   Debut performance of Our House  (Dec-18)

70-Jan-6:   Royal Albert Hall    London, England    (2CD:    114.22m)    VG

The third of four known performances of Country Girl by CSNY.    Low volume

70-Jan-11:   Falkoner Teatret    Copenhagen, Denmark    (2CD:    124.28m)    VG

The final of four known performances of Country Girl by CSNY.    Has a 23.10m version of Down By The River !!!

Crosby & Nash    70-Nov-9:   In Concert:  DVD    BBC TV Studios - London, England    (22.55m)    E

Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (VH1 Classics: BBC Crown Jewels > DVR:    commercials removed)

74-July-9:   Coliseum    Seattle, Washington    (3CD:    213.43m)    E-

Very long show!    The debut performance of many songs and the only performance of two




Miles Davis

60-Apr-8:   Kongresshaus    Zurich, Switzerland    (57.45m :    w/  John Coltrane)    E

60-Apr-9:   Kurhaus    Scheveningen, Netherlands    (45.48m :    w/  John Coltrane)    VG+

69-July-25:   Festiva De Juan    Antibes, France    (sbd:    63.57m)    E-

Great performance  -  not a single pause in the music for the entire show !

69-Nov-3:   Salle Pleyel    Paris, France    (1st Show only:    64.21m)    VG+/E-

70-Feb-21:   Hill Auditorium    Ann Arbor, Michigan    (not indexed + incomplete:    29.14m)

With John McLaughlin on guitar  -  a little too atonal for my tastes   (a 52m recording exists)




Deep Purple

69-Aug-24:   Paradiso    Amsterdam, Netherlands    E-

70-Nov-12:   Live In Stockholm    Konserthuset - Stockholm, Sweden    (SHN > CD)    E-/E

70-Nov-27:   Offenbach 70    Stadthalle - Offenbach, Germany    (2CD)    VG+

71-Apr-10:   Stadthalle    Offenbach, Germany    (2CD:    complete:    128.13m)    VG/VG+

The introductory tuning + Wring That Neck are from a supposed 1st gen source.  The SQ of this source was not as good
as my prior source, so I cut the bass, boosted the highs, leveled some of the extreme volume peaks and boosted the
overall level to improve the sound.

71-Apr-24:   Ultimate Danish Yodel    Vejlby Risskov Hallen - Aarhus, Denmark    (2CD)    E-/E

71-Sept-4:   Autumn Of 1971    Stadthalle - Vienna, Austria    VG/VG+

See note for 71-Sept-29 show

71-Sept-29:   Autumn Of 1971    Winter Gardens - Bournemouth, England    (3CD)    VG+

Disc 3 is from 71-Sept-4




The Doors

67-Mar-7/10:   The Matrix Club    San Francisco, CA    (Sbd:    SHN > CD)    E-

This is a nice collection I made fr the Matrix recordings of the less played songs  (and When The Music's Over)
This is a wonderful set of performances with great sound

67-Oct-11:   Danbury High School    Danbury, CT    (1st Gen:    FLAC > CD)    VG

1967-1969:   TV Eye    (TV performances)    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

Very nice collection  -  Two songs (5.59m) have live vocals over pre-recorded music  (all others are completely live)
Rare performance of The Soft Parade  (one of only two that currently circulate)

1967-2004:   Mixed Collection 3    (FLAC / SHN > CD)    VG+

1967-1969:   Soundstage Performances:  DVD    (official release:    120m)   

1967-1969:   The Doors Collection:  DVD    (official release:    160.38m,  for main part)   

68-Mar-7:   NYC ’68    The Scene Club - New York, NY    (original silver)

has a drunk Jim Morrison on vocals for one song  -  quasi legitimate release

69-Jan-24:   Madison Square Garden    NY, NY    (2nd gen, DAT copy > FLAC > CD)    VG/VG+

Rare performance of The Soft Parade  (though the beginning of it is missing)
I added Away In India (70-Apr-10: Boston Arena, 1st Show)

69-Mar-1:   Dinner Key Auditorium    Miami, Fl    (FLAC > CD:    56.59m)    VG/VG+

1970:   Mixed Collection 1    (FLAC / SHN > CD)    VG+

Jim does a great "Bring out your dead" bit before the start of The End  (70-Jan-17)

1970:   Mixed Collection 2    (FLAC / SHN > CD)    E-

70-Sept-5:   Pre-Trial Interview:  DVD    (BT > DVD:    .31m)    E-

Jim Morrison talking about the upcoming trial and hoping it is resolved in time to do a European tour

70-Dec-11:   1st Gen    State Fair Music Hall - Dallas, Tx    (FLAC > CD:    56.50m)    VG/VG+

The last recorded show w/ Jim  (they only played one show after this, on 70-Dec-12)
Nice upgrade over my prior version  -  Only live recording w/ Jim on Love Her Madly, The Changling + LA Woman
I added some extra tracks to the end of this

93-Jan-12:   Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Show    (original silver)    E

Doors w/ E. Vedder :    CCR w/ R. Robertson & Springsteen :    Cream




Bob Dylan  (w/ some Joan Baez)

1961-1966:   No Direction Home:  DVD    (official release:    208m)    E

62-May:   WBAI FM Radio broadcast    NYC, NY    (16.50m)    VG+/E-

Filler on the 64-Oct-31 recording

1962-1986:   Even Harder To Find Vol 3    VG+

63-Feb-8:   Banjo Tape & NYC Town Hall    Gerdes Folk City - New York, NY    VG+/E-

I read a statement from Happy Traum that this is really from Gil Turner's apartment in East Village, NY in late 63-Jan

63-Apr-12:   Banjo Tape & NYC Town Hall    Town Hall - New York, NY    VG+/E-

63-May-3:   Studs Terkel's Wax Museum    WFMT Radio - Chicago, IL    VG+/E-

63-July-26/27:   Live At The Newport Folk Festival  1963-1965:  DVD    Newport Folk Festival - Newport, RI    (official release)   

1963-1964:   Together 1963-1964   (LK Fix Version)   

A superb collection of all (?) known 1960's recordings of Dylan + Baez singing together
rated as Essential Dylan/Baez Collection Material

63-July-26:   Together 1963-1964   (LK Fix Version)    Newport Folk Festival - Newport, RI    (2CD)    VG+/E-

Only those songs with Joan Baez

63-July-28:   Together 1963-1964   (LK Fix Version)    Newport Folk Festival - Newport, RI    (2CD)    VG+/E-

Only those songs with Joan Baez

Joan Baez    63-Aug-17:   Together 1963-1964   (LK Fix Version)    Forest Hills Stadium - Forest Hills, NY    (2CD)    E-

A Joan Baez concert with guest appearance by Dylan

63-Aug-28:   Together 1963-1964   (LK Fix Version)    March On Washington - Washington, DC    (2CD)    VG+

w/ Joan Baez

1964 + 1969:   Sometimes You Gotta Do Like Elvis Did*:  DVD    (BT > VCD > DVD:    incomplete:    13.04m)   

* I cannot find any evidence that  'Sometimes You Gotta Do..'  is a valid title, though that is the title it was given
Transferred to DVD by me from VCD source

64-July-24_26:   Live At The Newport Folk Festival  1963-1965:  DVD    Newport Folk Festival - Newport, RI    (official release)   

64-July-24:   Together 1963-1964   (LK Fix Version)    Newport Folk Festival - Newport, RI    (2CD)    VG+/E-

w/ Joan Baez (one song)

64-July-24:   Folk Rogue 1964-1965    Newport Folk Festival - Newport, RI    VG+/E-

w/ Joan Baez (one song)

64-July-26:   Together 1963-1964   (LK Fix Version)    Newport Folk Festival - Newport, RI    (2CD)    VG+/E-

Only those songs with Joan Baez

64-July-26:   Folk Rogue 1964-1965    Newport Folk Festival - Newport, RI    VG+

Joan Baez    64-Aug-8:   Together 1963-1964   (LK Fix Version)    Forest Hills Stadium - Forest Hills, NY    (2CD)    VG/VG+

A Joan Baez concert with guest appearance by Dylan

64-Oct-31:   Together 1963-1964   (LK Fix Version)    Philharmonic Hall - New York, NY    (2CD)    VG+/E-

Only those songs with Joan Baez  -  two sources (Sbd & Aud VG/VG+) with a complete aud recording of Silver Dagger !

64-Oct-31:   Philharmonic Hall    New York, NY    (2CD)    VG+/E-

Has Joan Baez on four tracks, which is the highlight of the show for me
Complete show with Silver Dagger (though this fades a little early)

64-Nov-27:   Together 1963-1964   (LK Fix Version)    Masonic Memorial Auditorium - San Francisco, CA    (2CD)    VG/VG+

Only those songs with Joan Baez

Joan Baez    1965:   BBC In Concert:  DVD    London, England    (BT > DVD:    69m)   

65-Feb-17:   Les Crane Show    WABC TV Studios - New York, NY    (FLAC > CD:    32.17m)    VG+

Contains It's All Over Now and It's Alright, as well as the interview w/ Les Crane   (fr Dimestore Medicine)

65-Mar-27:   1965 Revisited   (Disc 2)    Civic Auditorium - Santa Monica, CA    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    VG/VG+

Appears to be the earliest circulating concert recording of Love Minus Zero, She Belongs To Me, It's All Over Now

65-Apr/May:   Don't Look Back:  DVD    England    (Sundance Channel > VHS > DVD:    96m)    VG+/E-

Video of Dylan's 1965 England tour  -  last ever tour of the acoustic Dylan  (it was an acoustic/electric mix from here on)
Contains the After-Thoughts segment with current day comments from D.A. Pennebaker
Taped and transferred to DVD by me  (Hi-Fi VCR)  off Sundance Channel

65-Apr/May:   Don't Look Back  (Deluxe Edition):  DVD    England    (official release:    2DVD:    152m)    E-

65-Apr-30:   City Hall    Sheffield, England    (FLAC > CD:    4.27m)    VG+

To Ramona only

65-Apr-30:   1965 Revisited   (Disc 3)    City Hall - Sheffield, England    (FLAC > CD)    VG-/VG

Includes a bunch of stuff not from this show  (the Sheffield recording is only 28.56m)

65-May-6:   Folk Rogue 1964-1965    City Hall - Newcastle, England    VG+

Don't Think Twice  -  together w/ below Love Minus Zero is all that exists fr this show

65-May-6:   City Hall    Newcastle, England    VG+

Love Minus Zero  -  together w/ above Don't Think Twice is all that exists fr this show  (fr Dimestore Medicine)

65-May-7:   Now's The Time For Your Tears    Free Trade Hall - Manchester, England    E-

This is the one without the NoNoise filtering

65-May-9:   1965 Revisited   (Disc 5)    Royal Albert Hall - London, England    (FLAC > CD)    VG-/VG

65-May-10:   Royal Albert Hall    London, England    (FLAC > CD:    16.59m)    VG+

I think this is all that circulates from this show   (fr Dimestore Medicine)

65-June-1:   BBC Studios    London, England    VG+

65-July-24/25:   Live At The Newport Folk Festival  1963-1965:  DVD    Newport Folk Festival - Newport, RI    (official release)   

65-July-24:   Folk Rogue 1964-1965    Newport Folk Festival - Newport, RI    VG/VG+

65-July-25:   Folk Rogue 1964-1965    Newport Folk Festival - Newport, RI    VG+/E-

65-Aug-28:   1965 Revisited   (CDs 9 & 10)    Forest Hills Tennis Stadium - Forest Hills, NY    (2CD)    VG-/VG    (Studio=E-)

Debut performance of   Desolation Row,   Tombstone Blues,   From A Buick 6,   Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues,
and Ballad Of A Thin Man  -  Dylan's first concert with a full electric set    (for a great review see the above link)

65-Sept-3:   Folk Rogue 1964-1965    Hollywood Bowl - Los Angeles, CA    VG+

65-Sept-3:   Electric Black Nite Crash    Hollywood Bowl - Los Angeles, CA    VG+

65-Oct-5:   1965 Revisited   (CDs 9 & 10)    Columbia Recording Studio - New York, NY    E-

Eight songs (outtakes)

65-Oct-30:   Bushnell Memorial Auditorium    Hartford, CT    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    VG/VG+

65-Nov-26:   Tuning Up With The Orchestra    Arie Crown Theater - Chicago, IL    VG

65-Nov-30:   1965 Revisited   (CDs 9 & 10)    Columbia Recording Studio - New York, NY    E-

One song (outtake)

65-Dec-4:   Long Distance Operator    Berkeley Community Theater - Berkeley, CA    VG/VG+

66-Feb-5:   Jewels And Binoculars   (CD 3)    Westchester County Center - White Plains, NY    (SHN > CD)    VG

66-Feb-6:   Tuning Up With The Orchestra    Syria Mosque - Pittsburgh, PA    VG-/VG

66-Feb-26:   Island Gardens    Hampstead, NY    VG-/VG

66-Apr-13:   Tales Of A Mexican Painter    Sydney Stadium - Sydney, Australia    (2CD:    soundboard)    E-

Great acoustic set  -  my favorite of the great 1966 acoustic sets
I find this version to be cleaner and clearer than the 'off Master' version

66-Apr-13:   Sydney Stadium    Sydney, Australia    (SHN/FLAC > 2CD:    "off Master")    E-

Includes a rare 33 sec of Tamborine Man from 66-Apr-19/20  (all that exists of the song)
This lacks some of the brightness of the Tales version, causing me to prefer Tales
This version, though, has less Dylan's breath-punches on the mic than Tales, which my wife found annoying
IMO, this is one of his best 1960's performance

66-Apr-20:   The Enigmatic Story Of A Boy And His Dog    Festival Hall - Melbourne, Australia    VG+

Possibly includes material from the Apr-19 show

66-Apr-29:   Jewels And Binoculars   (CD 10)    KonsertHuset - Stockholm, Sweden    (SHN > CD)    VG/VG+

66-May:   Eat The Document:  VCD    United Kingdom    (VCD:    54m)    VG+/E-

Video of Dylan's 1966 United Kingdom tour

66-May-1:   While The Establishment Burns    (fr the Genuine Live 1966   8cd set)    KB Hallen - Copenhagen, Denmark   

Ballad Of A Thin Man only

66-May-5:   While The Establishment Burns    (fr the Genuine Live 1966   8cd set)    Adelphi Theatre - Dublin, Ireland   

I have also seen this listed as 66-May-2

66-May-10:   Leicester 66    Colston Hall - Bristol, England   

Desolation Row only

66-May-10:   Jewels And Binoculars   (CDs 13 & 14)    Colston Hall - Bristol, England    (SHN>2CD:    complete show)    VG/VG+

66-May-12:   A Nightly Ritual    (fr the Genuine Live 1966   8cd set)    Odeon Theatre - Birmingham, England    (2CD)   

Ballad Of A Thin Man only

66-May-14:   A Nightly Ritual    (fr the Genuine Live 1966   8cd set)    Odeon Theatre - Liverpool, England    (2CD)   

66-May-15:   Leicester 66    De Montfort Hall - Leicester, England    VG/VG+

Sound is closer to VG+ than VG

66-May-16:   A Nightly Ritual    (fr the Genuine Live 1966   8cd set)    Gaumont Theatre - Sheffield, England    (2CD)   

66-May-17:   Live 1966    Free Trade Hall - Manchester, England    (official release:    2CD)    E

66-May-17:   Genuine RAH Concerts    (fr the Genuine Live 1966   8cd set)    Free Trade Hall - Manchester, England    (2CD)   

66-May-19:   A Nightly Ritual    (fr the Genuine Live 1966   8cd set)    Glasgow Hotel Tape - Scotland, England    (2CD)   

66-May-20:   Pill Box    ABC Theatre - Edinburgh, Scotland    (2CD)    VG/VG+

66-May-20:   While The Establishment Burns    (fr the Genuine Live 1966   8cd set)    ABC Theatre - Edinburgh, Scotland   

One Too Many Mornings and Like A Rolling Stone only

66-May-26:   Genuine RAH Concerts    (fr the Genuine Live 1966   8cd set)    Royal Albert Hall - London, England    (2CD)   

66-May-27:   Genuine RAH Concerts    (fr the Genuine Live 1966   8cd set)    Royal Albert Hall - London, England    (2CD)   

A more laid back performance, but it gets hypnotic after awhile with Dylan's crisp lyric pronunciation (more so than usual)

69-May-1:   The Johnny Cash Show:  DVD    Ryman Auditorium - Nashville, TN    (5.44m)    E

I Threw It All Away + Girl From The North Country  -  bcast on 69-June-7

Dylan & Johnny Cash    1969    The Dylan/Cash Sessions    Nashville, TN    (FLAC > CD)    E-

Mostly studio sessions with 3 live tracks  (8.19m)  -  I added 2 George Harrison outtakes from All Things Must Pass

74-Jan-25:   Fort Worth 1974    Convention Center - Fort Worth, TX    (2CD)    (SHN > 2CD)

Backed by The Band

1975:   Live 1975 Companion    (2CD)    VG+

Disc 1 & 3 only   (CD1: Dylan w/ some Baez,   CD3: Baez show,   CD2: Ramblin Jack Elliott)

87-July-10:   Men Of Peace    JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, PA    E-

I was there !!!  -  Backed by the Grateful Dead




Brian Eno

Brian Eno / Robert Fripp    1974-1975    Brian Eno + Robert Fripp:  Live in London 1974 & Paris 1975    (original silver)    E

74-Feb played w/ The Winkies  &  75-May-28 played w/ Robert Fripp

Brian Eno / Robert Fripp    75-May-28    Olympia    Paris, France    (74.55m)    VG/VG+

Superb performance, though not to everyone's taste. If you like their two LPs, you'll love this

Brian Eno / Robert Fripp    75-May-28   Olympia    Paris, France    (73.40m)    VG+

Definitely a little clearer than the above recording  -  the songs are out of order (see link for info)

Brian Eno / Robert Fripp    75-May-28:   Olympia    Paris, France    (2CD:    116.57m complete)    VG+/E-

Brian Eno / Robert Fripp    75-June-8:   Palladium    London, England    (73.55m)   

Brian Eno    Lightness:  Music For The Marble Palace    The State Russian Museum - St. Petersburg, Russia    (1997)

This and Future Light are my favorites of the museum pieces and are the most like Thursday Afternoon

Brian Eno    Future Light Lounge Proposal    Kunsthalle - Bonn, Germany    (1998:    FLAC > CD)   

Has a really nice, hypnotic voice in it

Brian Eno    I Dormienti    (1999)

Brian Eno    Music For Civic Recovery Centre    (2000)

Brian Eno    10-May-9   Apollo Performed By Icebreaker w/ BJ Cole    (FLAC > 2CD:    92.23m)    E-

Eno does not participate in the Apollo material, but does perform on the 4 tracks played afterward




Fairport Convention

1967-1969:   A Chronicle Of Sorts 67-69

1968-1974:   Live At The BBC    (4CD)   

68-Sept:   Live In Amsterdam 1968    Dutch TV  -  w/ Sandy Denny    (FLAC>CD:    21.30m)    VG/VG+

On same disc as 71-Aug-22 along with other filler, including 70-Aug-31 Matty Groves w/ Richard Thompson

69 Sept-Nov:   Liege & Lief Outtakes    Sound Techniques Studio - London, England    (FLAC>CD)    VG+

71-Aug-22:   Ruisrock Festival & More    Ruisrock Festival - Turku, Finland    (FLAC>CD:    38.10m)    VG+/E-

On same disc as 68-Sept along with other filler

Sandy Denny    1966-1968    Borrowed Thyme    (FLAC>CD:    incomplete)    VG/VG+

Four songs were not included as they were officially released. I cut four additional songs that had poor SQ
I added six bonus tracks: Fotheringay, Fairport w/ Sandy, and Sandy solo (w/ R Thompson)




Peter Frampton

74-Aug-19:   Agora Theatre    Cleveland, OH    (FLAC > CD:    54.28m)    VG+

75-Mar-24:   Live In San Francisco    KSAN Studio - San Francisco, CA    (official release:    original silver:    57.25m)    E

75-May-17:   Joe Maloney Master Recording    Central Maine Youth Center - Lewiston, ME    (FLAC > CD:    58.58m)    VG+

75-May-29:   CNE Grandstand ?    Toronto, Ontario, Canada    (FLAC > CD:    50.23m)    E-

Very intereresting to hear zero crowd recognition when Peter introduces "Do You Feel Like We Do"  -  that wouldn't last long

75_June-Nov:   Frampton Comes Alive !    (official release:    2CD)   

1975 - 1977:   Video Compilation:  DVD    (BT > DVD:    80.41m)   

75-Oct-12:   Joe Maloney Master Recording    Nassau Coliseum - Uniondale, NY    (FLAC > CD:    62.10m)    VG+/E-




Genesis

72-Mar-20:   Belgian TV:  DVD    (BT > DVD:    29.19m)    E-

72-Nov-18:   Violent Dreams    Imperial College - London, England    VG/VG+

Earliest circulating recording of Supper's Ready

73-Jan-10:   Bataclan:  DVD    French TV - Bataclan, France    (BT > DVD:    33.47m)    VG+/E-

73-Jan-22:   Palasport    Roma, Italy    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    VG+

The vocals are a little low, though not too bad

73-Feb-25:   De Montford Hall    Leicester, England    E-

73-Feb-25:   Dutch Live Test Pressing    De Montford Hall - Leicester, England    (FLAC > CD:    75.02m)    E

Rated as Essential Genesis Collection Material  -   Superb performance and crystal clear sound

73-Summer:   Selling Unplanned By The Sound    (FLAC > CD:    57.16m)    VG+

Early workouts of Selling England By The Pound  -  Gabriel's vocals are mostly undeveloped, though his vocals are definitely present

73-Oct-20:   Live Supper    Rainbow Theater - London, England    (fr FM broadcast)

Missing Watcher Of The Skies, but has Cinema Show

73-Oct-30:   Shepperton: The 16mm Film (NTSC):  DVD    Shepperton Studios - England    (BT > DVD:    64.23m)    E

Rated as Essential Genesis Collection Material  -   Superb video performance of Genesis in their prime  (Gabriel is mesmerizing)

73-Oct-30:   Shepperton: The 16mm Film (NTSC)    Shepperton Studios - England    (BT > DVD > CD:    64.23m)    E-

Though lacking some of the brightness of Cinema Landscapes, this has much better overall dynamics
DVD > WAV > CD  transfer done by me

73-Oct-30:   Cinema Landscapes    Shepperton Studios - Shepperton, England    (63.01m)    VG+

Though this is a bit brighter than the 16mm Film CD version above, it's also a lot flatter  -  The 16mm disc is much better overall

73-Nov-8:   Massey Hall    Toronto, Canada    (2CD:    Hogweed HW01 remastered)    VG/VG+

73-Nov-22:   Felt Forum    New York, NY    (2CD:    Hogweed HW13 remastered)    VG+

73-Dec-19:   From A Flower To An Earl    The Roxy - Los Angeles, CA    (2nd Show:    SHN > 2CD)    VG+/E-

73-Dec-20:   The Midnight Special:  DVD    NBC Studios - Burbank, CA    (BT > VCD > DVD:    15.30m)    VG+/E-

Transferred to DVD by me from VCD source

74-Feb-12:   Melody TV Show:  DVD    ORTF Studios - Paris, France    (BT > DVD:    30.12m)    VG+/E-

This performance unfortunately looks like is was produced by an even-more-than-usual acid dosed Sid + Marty Krofft and
is ultimately inferior to the 1973 filmed performances;  especially annoying are these breakaway shots of a Gabriel that are not
from the actual performance and are annoying in that you'd rather see the actual performance.  Still, it is very nice that we get
a complete performance of Supper's Ready.  Plus any pre-Lamb recording of this line-up is defintely worth having.

74_Feb-May:   Live 1974:  DVD    (BT > DVD:    108m)   

video quality ranges from VG- to VG+

74-Apr-21:   Horizons    University Sports Centre - Montreal, Canada    (2CD)    VG+

76-Apr-13:   Syria Mosque    Pittsburgh, PA    (SHN > 2CD:    119.52m)    VG+

76-Apr-20:   JEMS Master    Ford Auditorium - Detroit, MI    (FLAC > 2CD:    114.16m)   

I included 2 tracks from 76-June-10  (Cinema + Supper:   34.38m)
This is the same show as the 'Just A Pool Of Tears' LP

76-May-7:   Will Rogers Auditorium    Fort Worth, Texas    (2CD)   

The Last show of US tour  -  Bill Bruford on drums  -  from either Will Rogers Auditorium or Convention Hall

76-July-9/10:   In Concert:  DVD    Glasgow, Scotland  +  Stafford, England    (complete:    42.58m)   

Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (VH1 Classics: BBC Crown Jewels > DVR:    commercials removed)

82-Oct-2:   FADE003    Milton Keynes Bowl - Milton Keynes, England    (SHN > 2CD)    VG+

Reunion concert with Peter Gabriel  -  Steve Hackett on last two tracks, apparently

83-Nov-27:   Spectrum    Philadelphia, PA    (FTP:   SHN > 2CD)    E-

Their 1983-1984 tour was great pop-prog

83-Dec-11:   Greensboro, NC    Coliseum - Greensboro, NC    (FTP:   SHN > 2CD)    VG+

Somewhat distant sounding, though not too bad

84-Jan-14:   Westwood One    Forum - Los Angeles, CA    (SHN > CD)    E

Pre FM  -  from the transcription discs

84-Feb_25-29:   The Mama Tour:  DVD    National Exhibition Centre - Birmingham, England    (55.22m:    inc, 4 songs are missing)    E

This is a great performance  -  unfortunately it is an incomplete bcast of the 1984 VHS that's yet to be released on DVD
Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (InConcert OnDemand > DVR:    non related material removed)




Gong & related

73-July:   Tabarka Festival    Tabarka, Tunisia    (47.06m)    VG+

Two tracks of about 21m+ each, which are more like suites that contain individual songs, as they are played unbroken
Possibly 1973-August, though the Camel web site says this is from 73-June (see above link for the full details!)

74-Jan-15:   BBC Studios    London, England    (incomplete:    23.14m)    E

74-Apr-23:   Free Trade Hall    Manchester, England    (54.38m)    VG/VG+

Played without Daevid Allen !!!

74-Apr-24:   Town Hall    Birmingham, England    (FLAC > CD:    60.17m)    VG+

Played without Daevid Allen !!!

74-June-29:   Hyde Park    London, England    (37.26m)    VG+

Has several cuts in it

74-Sept-29:   Greyhound    Croydon, England    (FLAC > CD:    79.59m;    speed corrected)    VG+

Nice upgrade to my prior version, which I've since tossed

74-Oct-5:   University of Reading    Reading, England    (2CD:    88.15m)    VG-

Pitch is a little off (slow) and bass heavy with very little in the way of high frequencies

74-Oct-5:   University of Reading    Reading, England    (2CD:    87.10m)    VG-/VG

Pitch corrected and balanced sound, with much more high frequencies
As a result of the above correction, static type sound frequently appears during louder parts

74-Oct-6:   Hammersmith Palais    London, England    (FLAC > 2CD:    92.56m)    VG+

This was originally thought to be from 75-May-4  -  too bad it wasn't, as we need more fr that slightly stripped-down lineup

74-Oct-19:   Theatre de Sartrouville    Sartrouville, France    (2CD:    83.51m)   

74-Nov-4:   Postaula    Bremen, Germany    (52.53m)    E-

It turns out that all "more complete" versions of this show are the same set as this, plus filler from 74-Dec-7
I've heard several "Upgrade" or supposed low gen recordings of this show, but this is by far the best version I've heard
It's crystal clear, with no muted highs, and is speed correct  -  it basically blows the rest away



Bill Bruford replaces Laurie Allan on drums for the remaining 1974 shows  (Nov-12  >  Dec)


74-Nov-15:   Le Mans - France    (2CD:    92.35m)    VG/VG+

Has Bill Bruford on drums  (most likely the first show with Bill)

74-Dec-2:   Salle Wagram    Paris, France    (2CD:    93.08m)    VG-/VG

74-Dec-7:   Eksit    Rotterdam, Netherlands    (45.21m)    VG+

74-Dec-11:   Ibsenhuset    Skien, Norway    (47.01m)       VG+

Has very brief speed problems at the beginning only of some songs   (1 or 2 seconds)

74-Dec-15:   Chateau Neuf    Oslo, Norway    (Sbd:    65.56m)    VG+

75-June-27:   You  - Vol. 2    Piazza Navona - Rome, Italy    (2CD:    85.26m)   

Most likely has Dave Stewart (Hatfield & North, National Health, etc) on keyboards (see link)
Great jamming. It does contain some vocals, not all instrumental as others incorrectly claim

75-Aug 23-31:   Watchfield Free Festival    Watchfield, England    (2CD > 1CD:    73.13m)   

A relatively clean recording, though it originally had almost zero bass  (Zero The Bass ! ;)
As a result, I boosted the bass by 8db and recompiled it to 1 disc  (2CD > EAC[secure] > WAV > Audacity > Roxio > 1CD)
Watchfield was the successor to the Windsor Free Festival  -  the event took place at a disused airfield in Berkshire

75-Sept-8:   Marquee    London, England    (2CD:    87.36m)   

Features 1 song from Shamal  (Bombooji)

75-Nov-9:   Civic Hall    Guildford, England    (2CD:    120.14m:    VG+)   

One of the last shows with Steve Hillage  -  Pierre Moerlen joins them for the encore!
Features 4 early and longer versions of Shamal songs, as well as 2 other pieces I do not recognize.

75-Nov-25:   Live In Sherwood Forest '75    Nottingham Univ - Nottingham, England    (official release:    original silver:    78.35m)    E-

Last performance w/ Hillage as a permanent member  (he played twice again w/ them after this:  77-May-28  +  06-Nov-5)
Features 4 songs from Shamal  -  Support the band and buy this great release !

76-Aug-26:   Live Gazeuse    Reading Festival - Reading, England    (53.49m)    VG/VG+

With Allan Holdsworth on guitar  -  Bonus track of Holdsworth and Gordon Beck from 1979 at Sunbird
Recording is a little quiet  -  but overall much better than I expected

Steve Hillage    76-Sept-18    Hyde Park Free Concert    London, England    (sbd:    BT > CD:    47.34m)    E-

First 'solo' concert by Hillage  -  Steve makes a great speech after T1 about some people fighting

76-Oct-20:   New Victoria Theatre    London, England    (65.58m)    VG/VG+

With Allan Holdsworth on guitar
This was a very low volume recording, so I boosted the sound via a uniform EQ boost   (it's much more listenable now)

76-Oct-25:   Salle des Fêtes de Tromblaine    Nancy, France    (56.06m)    VG

With Allan Holdsworth on guitar

Steve Hillage    76-Nov-8    Festival Bas Rock    Paris, France    (63.07m)    VG

Steve Hillage    77-Jan    Kansas City, MO    (40.33m)    VG+/E-

Steve Hillage    77-Mar-20    Rockpalast    Otto Hahn Schule - Bensberg, Germany    (64.58m)    E-

Steve Hillage    77-Mar-20    Germany-77:  DVD    Rockpalast - Bensberg, Germany    (official release:    original silver DVD:    86.05m)    E

Steve Hillage    77-Mar-20    Germany-77    Rockpalast - Bensberg, Germany    (original silver DVD > 2CD:    85.41m)    E-

77-May-28:   Hippodrome    Paris, France    (75.26m)    E-

Reunion concert of the classic You era band

Steve Hillage    77-Oct-1    Munchen, Germany    (43.50m)    VG/VG+

Steve Hillage    77-Oct-5    Hippodrome    (77.27m)    Paris, France    VG

Originally & incorrectly listed as 77-May-28, also at the Hippodrome  -  See link for more info

Tim Blake    77-Oct-5  ?    Hippodrome    Paris, France    (68.21m)   

Originally listed as 77-May-28, also at the Hippodrome, but I think that may be incorrect  -  See link for more info

Tim Blake    77-Nov    Fête de l'Humanité    Paris, France    (66.15m)    VG+/E-

Steve Hillage    77-Nov-3    Rainbow Theatre    London, England    (Sbd:    57.48m)    E-

Steve Hillage    1978    Top Rank    Southampton, Hampshire, England    (79.48m)    E-

Steve Hillage    78-May-12    Bright Space    Edinburgh, Scotland    (2CD:    87.57m)    VG+/E-

Though I was told it was from Paris (1978), but I think the above is more likely (though I'm not sure)
Great performance  -  a great mix of singing, spacey atmosphere, and wonderful jamming by Steve

Steve Hillage    78-June-23    le Stadium    Paris, France    (74.27m)    VG

I'm not certain this is the correct date. I was told le Stadium - Paris, France and this date was played in Paris, so...

Steve Hillage    1979    London, England    (53.25m)    E-

Steve Hillage    79-Feb-28    Rock Goes To College:  DVD    Univ Of Kent - Canterbury, England    (BT > DVD:    43.48m)    VG+/E-

Steve Hillage    79-June 21-23    Glastonbury Fayre    Michael Eavis' Dairy Farm - Glastonbury, England    (58.22m)    VG+

Steve Hillage    06-Nov-5    Gong Unconventional Gathering    Melkweg, Amsterdam    (FLAC > CD:    48.06m)    E-

Mike Howlett on bass  (and of course the wonderful Miquette)

06-Nov-5    Gong Unconventional Gathering    Melkweg, Amsterdam    (FLAC > 2CD:    141.02m)    VG+/E-

Classic 1974 line-up !   (w/ Chris Taylor on drums)

Steve Hillage    07-Jan    Germany-77:  DVD    (official release:    original silver:    24.15m)    E

Interview with Steve Hillage + Miquette Giraudy




Grateful Dead & related

70-Feb-4:   A Night At The Family Dog:  DVD    The Family Dog - San Francisco, CA    (official release:    60m)   

Includes performances from Santana, The Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane
Dead tracks are:  Hard To Handle,  China Cat Sunflower,  I Know You Rider

70-May-2:   Binghamton 5/2/70 - Dicks Picks 8    Harpur College - Binghamton, NY    (official release:    3CD)    E

1970:   American Beauty Live    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

71-Apr-27:   Fillmore East    New York, NY    (FTP:   SHN > CD:    Disc 3 only)    E-

Disc 3 only  -  this is the disc with the Beach Boys  -  great performance

71-Apr-28:   Fillmore East    New York, NY    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    E-

Ripple, Morning Dew, Dark Star, & St. Stephen  -  sweet setlist    (No NRPS material)

72-Aug-27:   Old Renaissance Faire Grounds    Veneta, OR    (3CD)    E-

73-Nov-11:   Winterland Arena    San Francisco, CA    (3CD)    E-

74-Oct_16-20:   The Grateful Dead Movie:  DVD    Winterland Ballroom - San Francisco, CA    (official release:    Disc 1 only:    135m)   



I have to say that the Feb - June 1977 shows are by far my favorite period of the band.  I also think that Donna really added to these shows, both musically and visually  (definitely the only cute one on stage ; )  -  without Donna these shows would not have been as good. 


77-Feb-26:   Swing Auditorium    San Bernardino, CA    (3CD)    E

Debut performance of Terrapin Station and Estimated Prophet
Includes 3 tracks from 77-June-7: Scarlet Begonias, Fire On The Mountain, Good Lovin'   (28.55m)

1977:   1977 Compilation    (FLAC/SHN > 8CD)    VG+/E-

This is a compilation I made of their wonderful 1977 run, mostly from the Apr-May shows  (fr Sbd + Aud sources).
There is definitely not a wide variety of songs here, as I just picked the ones I tend to listen to the most.
This is probably of no interest to anyone other than myself.

77-Apr-23:   Springfield Civic Center    Springfield, MA    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    E

77-Apr-27:   Capitol Theatre:  DVD    Passaic, NJ    (BT:    2DVD:    b+w:    Brokedown House Productions)    VG+/E-

The setlist for the 2nd set is absolutely amazing  -  Scarlet > Fire,  Terrapin,  Dew  -  it doesn't get any better than this.  Jerry is having a good night and seems to be thoroughly enjoying himself.  Thank God this show was recorded on video tape.  Considering the killer 2nd set setlist, the band's high level of performance this night, and the fact that the show was video recorded, with great camera footage, this is their most essential of any 1977 performance,  imo.    
Rated as Essential Grateful Dead Collection Material

77-May-5:   Veterans' Memorial Coliseum    New Haven, CT    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    E

77-May-7:   Boston Garden    Boston, MA    (FTP:   SHN > CD:    26.08m only)    E

Terrapin Station, Samson & Delilah, and Friend Of The Devil only  -  Included on 77-May-8 show below

77-May-8:   Barton Hall - Cornell University    Ithaca, NY    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    E

Has an absolutely killer 2nd Set setlist    (includes 3 Tracks fr 77-May-7)

77-May-17:   Memorial Coliseum    Tuscaloosa, Alabama    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    E

Missing the Sugar Magnolia encore

77-June-7:   Winterland    San Francisco, CA    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    E

77-June-9:   Winterland    San Francisco, CA    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    E

Missing Sunrise

77-Oct-2:   Paramount Theater    Portland, OR    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    E

77-Oct-16:   Assembly Center    Louisiana State Univ - Baton Rouge, LA      E

Good Lovin', Terrapin, Black Peter, Around And Around only   (39.44m)
Bonus tracks placed at the end of Disc 2 of 73-Nov-11

78-July-8:   Red Rocks Amphitheatre    Morrison, CO    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    E

78-Dec-31:   The Closing Of Winterland:  DVD    San Francisco, CA    (official release:    2 DVD:    375m)    E-

80-Oct-30/31:   Dead Ahead:  DVD    Radio City Music Hall - NY, NY    (official release:    main movie:  115m;    168.16m  w/ extras)

85-July-1:   Merriweather Post Pavilion    Columbia, MD    (3CD)    E-

I was there, on the lawn !!!    Has some static at points, but nothing too distracting

87-Mar-31:   The Spectrum    Philadelphia, PA    (FTP:   FLAC > 2CD:    complete show)    E-

I was there !!!

87-July-10:   Men Of Peace    JFK Stadium - Philadelphia, PA    E-

I was there !!!    Dylan's set only  (backed by the Dead)

87-July-24:   View From The Vault 4:  DVD    Oakland Stadium - Oakland, CA    (official release:    237m)   

incomplete performance

87-July-26:   View From The Vault 4:  DVD    Anaheim Stadium - Anaheim, CA    (official release:    237m)   

Phil Lesh & Friends    03-Sept-25    Warfield Theatre    San Francisco, CA    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    E

Great performance




Happy The Man
 
I am highly skeptical of any HTM live recording purporting to be from 1973-1974.  I've traded for several of them, with none
of them being legit.  I am beginning to doubt whether any legit 1973-1974 live recordings exist, other than in HTM's tape vault.


Here is a list I created of known  HTM performances   ~   It is certainly not complete, but definitely the most complete I've seen

1973-1976:   Gems And Germs   

Demos, Out Takes and Rare Live Tracks

1974:   Crafty Hands With Glass Spun Beads    (14.53m)    VG+/E-

Rare show with Dan Owen !

1974:   Crafty Hands With Glass Spun Beads    (9.47m:    from CD quality MP3 source)    E-

Studio Session with Dan Owen !

1974-1979:   Cabell Hall    Univ of Virginia - Charlottesville, VA    (37.23m)

Studio  -  NOT LIVE.    This recording is always identified as being live from 1973. It is not. See link for info.

75-July ?:   unused performance for WGTB's Sounds Reasonable program ?    band warehouse - Harrisonburg, VA    (39.26m:)    VG+/E-

This came with a recording of their WGTB Sounds Reasonable Program  (75-Oct-30).
It was listed as "take 1:the band as the not broadcast" and is supposedly a performance that was rejected
by the band as the one being used by for the bcast. I don't know if this is true. This may actually belong
to something else.

75-July:   recording for WGTB's Sounds Reasonable program    band warehouse - Harrisonburg, VA    (58.20m)    VG+

Recorded at the band's warehouse in Harrisonburg, VA in 75-July.  Oct-30 is the broadcast date.
The music is recorded playback (not live), though the band's commentary between the songs is live.
It's a very good performance  -  very hypnotic at times.

75-July:   recording for WGTB's Sounds Reasonable program    band warehouse - Harrisonburg, VA    (50.54m)    VG+/E-

A slight upgrade to the above source

75-Sept:   WGTB Studios    Georgetown University    (39.58m)    E-

Performed live in front of an audience (different performance fr the Sounds Reasonable one)
It appears that the correct date for this show is Sept, not July-4.   There is confirmation from a WGTB DJ and
a fan's hazy memory ;)  -  Thanks Ted.   From WGTB's 2nd and final Pandermedia Fundraiser in 75-Sept.

75-Oct-30:   see 75-July

75-Nov-7:   Fairfax Theatre    Fairfax, VA    VG+/E-

76-Feb-15:   Harrisonburg, VA   

76-Apr-3:   Baltimore, MD    (2CD)   

Univ of Maryland at Baltimore ?

77-Apr-26:   Rainbow's End    Williamsburg, VA    (fr a local radio broadcast)

Possibly 77-Apr-24

77-Mar-4:   Stony Brook, NY    (most likely at SUNY)   

77-Sept-27:   The Cellar Door    Washington, DC   

77-Oct-25:   Univ Of Delaware    Wilmington, DE   

1977-Late:   Baltimore, MD    (75.42m:    A-)   

Possibly very, very early 1978 (though most likely late 1977)

78-Oct-22:   Cellar Door    (Georgetown) Washington, DC    (2nd Show?:    2CD:    82.25m)    E-

They play several new songs (4) not on Crafty Hands but which later appeared on HTM 3rd
The crowd definitely loves the band  -  they have two encores

78-Nov-20:   Philadelphia, PA    (72.44m:    B)   

Again they play several new songs (5) which later appeared on HTM 3rd

79-Feb-16:   The Cellar Door    Washington, DC    (66.42m)

This time they play most of the 3rd album  (8 songs)  -  only Eye Of The Storm + Such A Warm Breeze are not played

79-April:   The Elbow Room    Harrisonburg, VA    (16.01m:    from CD quality MP3 source)    E-

Stumpy, Steaming Pipes, Knee Bitten Nymphs medley and Footwork

Kit Watkins    81-Dec-1:   Cellar Door    (Georgetown) Washington DC    (w/ Coco Roussel)    VG+/E-

Kit plays several Happy The Man songs

02-Aug-29:   State Theatre:  DVD    Fairfax, VA    (BT > VCD > DVD:    9.50m)   

Service With A Smile + Knee Bitten Nymphs In Limbo  -  Transferred to DVD by me from VCD source




Jimi Hendrix

1968:   Jamming with Traffic    Unknown location    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    VG+/E-

Hendrix and Traffic jamming together.   Sometimes listed as Apartment Jams from 68-May-31

68-Mar-7:   NYC ’68    The Scene Club - New York, NY    (original silver)

Includes Jim Morrison on vocals for one song  -  quasi legitimate release

69-Feb-24:   The Last Experience    Royal Albert Hall - London, England    (original silver)

69-Aug-18:   Live At Woodstock:  DVD    Woodstock Music & Art Fair - Bethel, NY    (disc 1 only)    VG+/E-

This is my favorite Hendrix performance - his playing + soloing are fantastic and very lyrical - very different from what came before and after.  Hendix is definitely at a transition point here.  The JH Experience had begun to slowly disband earlier in the year, giving their final performance on 69-June-29 at the Denver Pop Festival.  This was his first outing since disbanding The JH Experience and beginning his next, and in some ways, his final phase.  Along with Mitch Mitchell, Hendrix added future Gypsys' member Billy Cox on bass, Larry Lee (a friend of his) on rhythm guitar, and Juma Sultan + Jerry Velez on congas (Sultan + Velez appear to have been mixed out of the audio track, which may have resulted in a cleaner, less cluttered sound, in which case it was a good thing that they were mixed out).  Apparently the band had only rehearsed for less than two weeks before the festival and according to Mitchell never really meshed.  Added to this was Hendrix's dislike of playing to very large crowds and the resulting situation where Hendrix and band closed the festival on Monday morning at 8am, after being up for most of the prior days.  As a result, this first and only major performance by this incredibly short-lived band (at most 3 performances ?) was somewhat subdued.  Even still, it is a wonderful performnce and shows Hendrix at this first true non JH Experience outing since forming that band in 1966.  Interstingly, to me the remaining audience looks cleaner than they did on Sunday.  It's like the remaining few were cleansed by their experience.   Taking into account the major turning point of his career shown here, this is one of Hendrix' most historically significant performances.  I read this was his longest ever performance (at 2 hours).  Dressed in blue jeans with a white vest with blue beads and fuchsia bandana, Hendrix is beautiful here. 

70-July-4/5:   2nd Atlanta International Pop Festival    Atlanta, GA    (incomplete show)

70-July-30:   Rainbow Bridge 2    Rainbow Bridge Festival, Seabury Hall - Maui, Hawaii    (2CD:    original silvers)   

Contains material from other performances  -  see above link for detailed information

70-Sept-16:   Ronnie Scott's    London, England   

From an Eric Burden and War show (Jimi only plays on last two tracks)  -  also contains 3 jam tracks w/ Noel & Mitch
This is the last public performance by Jimi Hendrix.




Allan Holdsworth

77-Aug-14:   BBC Radio 2    London, England    (FLAC > CD:    28min)    VG+/E-

I added this to the end of a Mick Taylor show from 89-Oct-27  (1st show)

Turning Point    80-Oct:   Carioca Club    Worthing, Sussex, England    (SHN > CD)    VG+

Allan Holdsworth on guitar  -  Possibly 80-Oct-6

82-May-11:   Wolf & Rissmiller's Country Club    Reseda, CA    (sbd:    FLAC > CD)    E-

83-Sept-9:   The Club    Cambridge, MA    (SHN > CD)    VG+

Blistering performance by Holdsworth  -  has Jeff Berlin on bass  (who also gives a great performance)
Also see Gong (separate area above) and Turning Point below

84-Jan-20:   Disneyland Hotel    Hollywood, CA    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

97-June-6:   Allan Holdsworth Trio:  DVD    Großer Sendesaa - Frankfurt, Germany    (BT > DVD:    49.54m)    E-




Iron Butterfly

Here is a list I created of known  Butterfly performances   ~   It is woefully incomplete, but it's a start

I've indexed all In A Gadda Da Vida into sections (usually 3):  pre-Drums, Drum solo, post-Drums
I do this because I hate drum solos and it allows me to skip over them.

1968-1970:   Early Video Collection:  DVD    (BT > DVD:    PAL:    104.15m)    VG+/E-

Much of this is lip-synched, though the last performance is live (including a complete Butterfly Bleu !)

68-Nov-27:   Baltimore Civic    Baltimore, Md    (FLAC > CD:    33.42m)    VG-/VG

Erik Braunn on guitar  -  I've joined this with the 69-Aug recording

69-Aug:   Merriweather Post Pavilion    Columbia, Md    (FLAC > CD:    29.45m)    VG-/VG

Erik Braunn on guitar  -  I've joined this with the 68-Nov-27 recording

69-Oct-3:   Civic Centre    Baltimore, Md    (FLAC > CD:    64.29m)    VG/VG+

Very nice and unusual guitar jam during the drum section Pt 3    (Gadda is 33.22 long!)
Erik Braunn on guitar  -  This must have been close to Erik's leaving the band

70-June-19:   Pirate's World    Dania, FL    (FLAC > CD:    65.33m)    VG+

Mike Pinera and Rhino on Guitars for this and all 1971 shows

71-Jan-24:   Butterfly Blues '71    Konserthuset - Gothenburg, Sweden    (FLAC > CD:    47.41m)    E-

71-Jan-25:   Falkoner Teater    Copenhagen, Denmark    (FLAC > CD:    78.30m)   

Yes joins Butterfly onstage for the encore jam (10.46m)

97-Apr-18:   Substage    Karlsruhe, Germany    (FLAC > 2CD:    94.18m)    VG+/E-




Jefferson Airplane

1965-1967:   65 - 67    San Francisco, CA & Hollywood, CA    (SHN > CD)    VG+/E-

1966-1972:   Somebody To Love    (ELAP 50172572:    original silver)    E-

Compilation of different, unknown dates  -  9 tracks are definitely live  (has gaps between tracks)

1969 March-June:   Volunteers Sessions    Wally Heider Studios - San Francisco, CA    E-

1969:   Share A Little Joke With The World    Volunteers sessions outtakes    (FLAC > CD:    79.55m:    incomplete)    E-

The full recording is 4 cds  -  I just picked the songs I really liked  (I already have too much stuff that I never listen to)

69-Aug-19:   Dick Cavett Show:  DVD    ABC Television Center - Los Angeles, CA    (official release:    15m)    E

Also contains performances from Joni Mitchell & Stephen Stills

70-Feb-4:   A Night At The Family Dog:  DVD    The Family Dog - San Francisco, CA    (official release:    60m)   

Includes performances from Santana, The Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane
Airplane tracks are:  Ballad Of You And Me And Pooneil,  Eskimo Blue Day

70-Oct-4:   Winterland    San Francisco, CA    (SHN > CD)    VG+/E-

Radio Broadcast  (KQED ?)

89-Aug-26:   Merriweather Post Pavilion    Columbia, Md    (2CD)    VG+

I was there, on the lawn !!!




Elton John

1970-1991:   Madman Across The Water Collection    (147.00m)   

A collection of studio and live performances of this great song

71-Dec-8:   Sounds For Saturday:  DVD    BBC Studios - London, England    (BT > DVD:    46.49m:    NTSC)    E-

1973:   Say Goodbye Norma Jean & Other Things:  DVD    (50.47m)    VG+/E-

Taped via VH1 > VHS and transferred to DVD by me   (all commercials have been removed)

73-Dec-22:   Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting    Hammersmith Odeon - London, England    (SHN > 2CD:    103.33m)    VG+/E-

Great performance by the band  -  IMO this was Elton's best band lineup

see   Compilations   for some miscellaneous tracks   




King Crimson

1967-1968:   A Weird Person's Guide To King Crimson    (7.44m)   

Giles, Giles, Fripp tracks:   Thursday Morning, Kick The Donkey, Nightmares In Red

69-Sept-7:   Chesterfield Jazz Club    Victoria Ballroom - Chesterfield, England    (sbd:    FLAC > CD:    12.35m)   

69-Nov-21:   New York 11.21.69    Fillmore East - New York, NY    (DGMLive105:    FLAC > CD:    35.56m)   

71-May-11:   Court Of The 71    Guildhall - Plymouth, England    (2CD:    original silvers)    VG-

5th Island Tour show  -  recording not great. Buy the much better sound DGM Collectors' Club 97 release

71-May-11:   DGM Collectors' Club 97    Guildhall - Plymouth, England    (DGM Official Release:    2CD)    VG+/E-

5th Island Tour show

71-Aug-9-11:   A Weird Person's Guide To King Crimson    Marquee - London, England    (14.39m)   

No. 1 Mr. Wonderful only

72-Mar-12:   A Weird Person's Guide To King Crimson    Summit Studio - Denver, CO    (13.31m)   

Groon only

72-Mar-27:   Formentera Memories    Orpheum Theater - Boston, MA   

72-Oct-13:   Live At The Zoom Club  (KC Collectors' Club 20)    Frankfurt, Germany    (FLAC > 2CD:    Official Release:    115.05m)   

With Jamie Muir  -  superb performance with a ton of improvisations

72-Oct-13:   Zoom Club    Frankfurt, Germany    (2CD:    complete show:    112.4m)    VG/VG+

Buy the official release
Finally Indexed! For a detailed description of my nightmarish experience of indexing this, go to the above link

72-Oct-17:   The Beat Club, Bremen 1972    Beat Club - Bremen, Germany    (DGM Official Release)    VG+

72-Oct-17:   Live Performances   1972-1984:  DVD    Beat Club - Bremen, Germany    (BT > AVI > DVD:    5.57m)

Rare footage of the 5 member lineup  -  Jamie Muir is fascinating to watch both for his skill and the way he acts
Rated as Essential Crimson Collection Material

72-Nov-10:   Improvisations  (Reel Masters boot)    Technical College - Hull, England    (FLAC > CD:    46.53m)    VG+

72-Nov-13:   Live In Guildford  (KC Collectors' Club 24)    Civic Hall - Guildford, England    (FLAC > CD:    Official Release:    42.39m)   

72-Nov-25:   Improvisations  (Reel Masters boot)    New Theatre - Oxford, England    (FLAC > CD:    46.09m)    VG+

72-Nov-25:   The Ultimate Live Rarities Vol 2    New Theatre - Oxford, England   

72-Dec-1:   Mad King Crimson    Greens Playhouse - Glasgow, Scotland    (the Glasgow show part only)   

72-Dec-13:   The Wide Receiver Live 1972    Rainbow Theatre - London, England    (2CD)   

72-Dec-15:   Guildhall    Portsmouth, England    (63.14m)

This is likely Jamie Muir's final performance with Crimson (he injured his hand and
did not play with them at their next show on 73-Feb-10)

73-Mar-16:   Live In Glasgow    Greens Playhouse - Glasgow, Scotland    (73.24m)    VG-

73-Mar-18:   Rainbow Theatre    London, England    VG

73-June-7:   Warehouse    New Orleans, Louisiana    VG-/VG

73-June-12:   The Rusted Chains Of Prison Moon    Midnight Special TV Show    (sbd)   

73-June-16:   Astral Navigations    Community Theatre - Berkeley, CA    (FLAC>CD)   

LT1 > TDrum > LT2 remaster only (26.52m)  -  I did not need yet another recording from this period

73-June-23:   A Weird Person's Guide To King Crimson    Richard's Club - Atlanta, GA    (3.56m)   

Train to Hell only

73-June-23:   Richard's Club    Atlanta, GA    (incomplete:    29.56m)    VG+/E-

Includes 5 songs from another venue  (some or all of which are from 1974)

73-June-23:   Richard's Club    Atlanta, GA    (incomplete:    28.38m)   

4 songs only

73-June-25:   Central Park    New York, NY    VG

73-June-25:   Central Park:  DVD    New York, NY    (BT > DVD:    12.01m:    pro-shot)    E-/E

Pro-shot footage of pristine quality  -  makes all prior versions obsolete
Easy Money (complete)  >  Improv (inc)

73-June-25:   Live Performances   1972-1984:  DVD    Central Park - New York, NY    (BT > DVD:    11.49m:    pro-shot)    E-/E

The 12 sec difference between this + the 12.01m one above is due to my cutting the non Crimson stuff that is before Easy Money

73-Oct-6:   University of Texas    Arlington, Texas    (2CD)   

Has Starless And Bible Black.    Great performance

73-Oct-23:   The Great Deceiver    Glasgow Apollo - Glasgow, Scotland    (2CD:    DGM)    E-

The Starless & Bible Black LP source for:   We'll Let You Know

73-Oct-26:   The Rainbow    London, England    (2CD)   

Fripp is in a great mood

73-Nov-12:   Palazzo Dello Sport    Turin, Italy    (FLAC > 2CD:    Speed/Pitch Corrected)    VG+

Possibly sourced from the Time Machine boot

73-Nov-13:   Mirrors    Palatza Delo Sport - Rome, Italy    VG+

Has The Mincer

73-Nov-23:   The Nightwatch    Concertgebouw - Amsterdam, Holland    (2CD:    DGM)    E-

The Starless & Bible Black LP source for:   Night Watch, Trio, Starless And Bible Black, Fracture

74-Mar-19:   Palatza Delo Sports    Udine, Italy    VG

Debut of Starless  -  has an untitled vocal song  (is this its only performance?)
I tried to improve things by boosting the signal and reducing the lower frequencies

74-Mar-22:   A Weird Person's Guide To King Crimson    ORTF TV studio - Paris, France    (14.06m)    VG-/VG

74-Apr-19:   The Rusted Chains Of Prison Moon    Curtis Hixon Hall - Tampa, Florida    (aud)   

Worth getting alone for the brief Crimson King bit Wetton sings after the 1st verse of EM  -  it fits like a charm and is just great !

74-Apr-29:   Stanely Warner Theatre    Pittsburgh, PA

4 songs only  (includes Lament, which is not on Great Deceiver)

74-May-1:   Fracture    Felt Forum - New York, NY

74-June-29:   The Great Deceiver    Penn State University - State College, PA    (2CD:    DGM)    E-

Two songs only (11.29m).   What is missing is an announcement and another Improv  (14m, on Disc 3 of Great Deceiver)

74-June-30:   The Great Deceiver    Palace Theater - Providence, Rhode Island    (2CD:    DGM)    E-

Discs 1 and 2 only

74-July-1:   Live In Central Park    Central Park - New York, NY    (DGM Official Release)    E-

Final performance of the 72-74 Crimson  -  Crimson's next performance would not be until 81-Apr-30, with a completely new sound

Robert Fripp    1975    See Brian Eno   for   Eno-Fripp

Blondie w/ Robert Fripp    78-May-7   Skotf Archive Vol 17    CBGB - New York, NY    (Master Tape > FLAC:    30.40m)    VG+

Robert Fripp    78-Dec-2   Club 57    NY, NY    (Master Tape > FLAC:    46.37m)    VG+

Early Show tracks are w/ Deborah Harry (on drums!), Chris Stein (also fr Blondie), Walter Steding  -  late show is solo Fripp
Great performance by everyone (Fripp is on fire)  -  the late show is somewhat similar to the Eno/Fripp outings

81-Apr-30:   Live At Moles Club    DGM Collectors' Club    Bath, England    (DGM Official Release,    53.39m)    VG

debut performance of the wonderful 1980's Crimson

Fripp & Summers    81-Sept   I Advanced Masked demos    Parkstone Studios - Dorset, England    (FLAC > CD:    38.49m)    VG+/E-

A little hissy  -  These might actually be different/longer mixes rather than demos

81-Oct-14:   Stadthalle    Cologne, Germany    (79.47m)    VG+

Currently the earliest recorded performance of Neal And Jack And Me

81-Nov-3:   Warner Theatre    Washington, DC    (2CD:    83.49m)    VG+

Not Indexed

81-Nov-6:   The Savoy    New York, NY    (2CD:    83.38m)    VG+

Unsure if this is from the Early or Late Show

81-Nov-7:   The Savoy    New York, NY    (Early Show:    2CD:    86.16m)    VG+/E-

81-Nov-23:   The Roxy    Los Angeles, CA    (incomplete:    30.54m)    VG+

Four songs only  -  the sound starts off muddy but clears up

81-Dec-4:   Live Performances   1972-1984:  DVD    Fridays - Los Angeles, CA    (BT > AVI > DVD:    9.38m)

81-Dec-9:   Tokyo Box    Shibuya Kohkaido - Tokyo, Japan    (2CD:    Ayanami:    88.58m)    VG+

81-Dec-18:   Tokyo Box    Kokusai Hall - Tokyo, Japan    (2CD:    Ayanami:    86.28m)   

82-Mar-18:   Live Performances   1972-1984:  DVD    Old Grey Whistle Test - London, England    (BT > AVI > DVD:    8.30m)

82-Aug-27:   The Noise:  DVD    The Arena - Frejus, France    (official release:    60.11m)    E

1983:   A Weird Person's Guide To King Crimson    studio outtakes    (20.12m)   

Instrumental takes of 5 songs

84-Apr-28:   Kani Hoken Hall    Tokyo, Japan    (2CD:    97.12m)   

First show of the 1984 tour  -  rare performance of No Warning

84-Apr 29/30:   Live In Japan    Kani Hoken Hall - Tokyo, Japan    (2CD:    93.32m)    E-

Taken from the Live In Japan video

84-Apr 29/30:   Live In Japan:  DVD    Kain Hoken Hall - Tokyo, Japan    (official release:    87.54m)    E

84-May-3:   Nakano Sun Plaza    Tokyo, Japan    (2CD:    95.23m)    VG+/E-

From a vinyl boot, remastered, declicked and eq'd  -  it sounds like it has a fade in-out between tracks  (but no gaps)

1984:   Live Performances   1972-1984:  DVD    Showtime TV    (BT > AVI > DVD:    16.23m)

Definitely a live performance in front of an invited audience  -  I'm unsure of the exact date or location

84-June-2:   Greek Theatre    Berkeley, CA    (2CD:    87.34m)    VG+

84-June-3:   Civic Auditorium    Santa Cruz, CA    (2CD:    105.58m)    E-

84-June-20:   1st Avenue Entry    Minneapolis, MN    (A1 > CD > 2CD:    112.30m)    E-

84-June-21:   Eagles Club Ballroom    Milwaukee, WI    (2CD:    97.31m)    VG+

84-June-29:   Mann Music Center    Philadelphia, PA    (2CD:    104.35m)   

84-June-30:   Merriweather Post Pavilion    Columbia, Maryland    (2CD:    101.14m)    VG/VG+

I was there, inside the pavilion !!!  -  This is the complete recording, not the 90m version which is incomplete
Possibly the last time they played Frame By Frame + Matte Kudasai in their proper, wonderful order, back to back.
The last recorded performnance of The Sheltering Sky from this tour and most likely the last time they played it in 1984.
Ironically, official Crimson documents say it was rained out, when in reality it was a beautifully sunny day and clear night,

84-July-5:   Orpheum Theater    Boston, MA    (2CD:    100.31m)    E-

The taper gives some nice commentary prior to ET  -  definitely an audience tape, though a very cool audience

84-July-7:   CNE Bandshell    Toronto, Canada    (2CD:    95.31m)    VG+/E-

Indiscipline has several cuts in it (all around the same time) and cuts early

84-July-11:   Absent Lovers    Le Spectrum - Montreal, Canada    (DGM Official Release:    original silver:    2CD:    104.35m)    VG+/E-

Final performance by the 1980's Crimson




Led Zeppelin

1968-1972:   Studio Haze    Studio Sessions    (2CD:    original silvers)   

Almost half exists on Jennings Farm Blues & Stairway Sessions

68-Dec-30:   ZD Vol 5    The Gymnasium, Gonzaga Univ - Spokane, Washington    (1st Gen:    Zeppelin Digital)    VG-/VG

69-Jan-5:   Live At Whisky A Go-Go!!!    Whisky A Go Go - Los Angeles, CA    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

69-Jan-10:   ZD Vol 2    (A2 > DAT > 2CD:    Zeppelin Digital)    Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA   

69-Jan-23:   Boston Tea Party    Boston, MA    (A1 ? > DAT> FLAC > CD)    VG

2 versions (same source): 1st untouched (bass heavy); 2nd w/ reduced bass via Goldwave
GoldWave HighPass Filter settings: Static > Cutoff=120 hz > Steepness=10

1969-1979:   Led Zeppelin:  DVD    (official release:    2 DVD:    314m)   

69-Mar-15:   Zeppelin Is A Gas    Teen Club - Gladsaxe, Denmark    (Afternoon Show:    FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

69-Mar-15:   Zeppelin Is A Gas    Pop Club - Brondby, Denmark    (Evening Show:    FLAC > CD)    VG/VG+

1969-1975:   Shenandoah    Compilation from various dates and venues    VG+/E-

Contains the only known performance of The Girl I Love and a rare performance of Something Else

69-Apr-24:   Fillmore West '69    San Francisco, CA    E-

69-Apr-25:   Zeppelin Digital Returns Vol 6   (1)    Winterland - San Francisco, CA    (2nd Gen:    SHN > CD)    VG/VG+

69-Apr-26:   Graham's Superb Vol 1    Winterland - San Francisco, CA    (2CD:    Image Quality)    VG+

69-Apr-27:   Live At Fillmore West    San Francisco, CA    (Low Gen:    2CD)   

Disc 1 is rated as Essential Zeppelin Collection Material  -  an Absolutely Killer performance
the second set pales in comparision to the first and is not essential listening material
the definitive performance of  As Long As I Have You,  You Shook Me,  and How Many More Times

69-Apr-27:   The Devil's Blues    San Francisco, CA    (Low Gen:    FLAC > 2CD)    VG+/E-

Definitely clearer than my other recording, though has less bass
The first set  (Disc 1)  is still my favorite Zeppelin performance:   IMO,  As Long > HMMT is the best 50m Zep ever played

69-May-27:   Masters Of Excess    Boston Tea Party - Boston, Massachusetts    (2CD:    The Symbols)   

A newsprint ad for The Boston Tea Party shows Zep playing there May 27-29,  w/ no shows by any group on May-19

69-May-27:   Boston Tea Party    Boston, Massachusetts    (Low Gen:    2CD)   

69-June-16:   Shenandoah    Aeolian Hall - BBC Chris Grant's Tasty Pop Sundae)    London, England   

Contains two songs from this date:  The Girl I Love  (only known live performance)  and the rare Something Else

69-July-21:   Schaefer Music Festival    Central Park - New York, NY    (low gen:    complete show)    VG/VG+

SQ starts out a bit rough but improves noticeably by the second song

69-July-25:   Mid-West Rock Festival    State Fair Grounds - West Allis, Wisconsin    (2nd gen:    complete show)    VG+

69-Aug-31:   Plays Pure Blues    Texas International Pop Festival, Motor Speedway - Dallas, Tx    (complete show)    VG+

69-Nov-15:   Jennings Farm Blues    (studio takes of Jennings Farm Blues song:    original silver)

1970-1971:   The Stairway Sessions    (early versions recorded at Bron-Yur and Headley Grange:    original silver)

Compilation 11  (listed at the at bottom of this page)  contains a nice alternate take of Stairway w/ a great guitar solo
 (more raw than the final take)  that is not included on any of my other recordings.

1970-1971:   Sessions  (Disc 1 only)    Headley Grange - Hampshire, England    (FLAC > CD)   

Has Battle Of Evermore outtakes and mixes

70-Jan-9:   Royal Albert Hall    Kensington, London

70-Mar-7:   Intimidator    Montreux Casino - Montreux, Switzerland    (3CD)    VG+

70-Mar-10:   Mystery European Gig    Musikhalle - Hamburg, Germany    (2CD)   

70-June-28:   Bath Stop!    Bath Festival - Shepton Mallet, England    (2CD)   

70-Aug-21:   Tulsa Hillbilly    Tulsa, Oklahoma    (2CD:    Tarantura)   

70-Sept-4:   Blueberry Hill    The Forum - Los Angeles, CA    (2CD)   

1971:   All That Glitters Is Gold    Headley Grange & unknown studio    (2CD)    VG+

71-May-3:   K.B. Hallen    Copenhagen, Denmark    (2CD)   

This was supposedly Loove!, but it is missing the RnR encore and has 4 tracks from the Graffiti sessions.
A comment about the FBO tree release states: "Recording person turned off the tape before the encore"

71-Sept-4:   Jennings Farm Blues    Maple Leaf Center - Toronto, Canada    (original silver)

71-Sept-24:   Light And Shade    Budokan Hall - Tokyo, Japan    (3CD:    TDOLZ)   

Debut of Tangerine

71-Sept-28:   Please Please Me    Festival Hall - Osaka, Japan    (3CD:    Tarantura)    VG-

Has quite a few covers that the band usually did not play  -  worth getting for that alone

1972:   All That Glitters Is Gold    Bombay Session in India    (2CD)    VG+

1973-1975:   Mixed Collection:  73-75    (FLAC > 3CD)    VG+/E-

A random collection I made of 73-75 performances  -  not a lot of variety here

73-May-13:   Municipal Auditorium    Mobile, Alabama    (2CD:    incomplete show)    VG+/E-

73-July:   The Song Remains The Same:  DVD    (official release:    140.36m)    E

75-Mar-27:   Tour de Force    Inglewood Forum - Los Angeles, CA    (3CD:    Rabbit)    E-

Killer performance of No Quarter  (30.07m)

75-May-25:   Demand Unprecedented..:  DVD    Earl's Court Arena - London, England    (Dual Layer:    230m)   

77-Apr-27:   Destroyer    Richfield Coliseum - Cleveland, Ohio    (2CD)   

77-June-11:   Madison Square Garden    New York, NY    (Master > DAT > 3CD)   

Incomplete, cuts during Kashmir

X-Yes Zeppelin   (XYZ)    81-Apr    New Pipers Studio    Surrey, England    (Demos:    20.36m)   

88-May-14:   Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary Concert:  DVD    MSGarden - NY, NY    (TV > VHS > DVD:    incomplete:    11m)

I only have Whole Lotta Love + Stairway  -  I'm missing:   Kashmir,  Heartbreaker,  Misty Mountain Hop
For some reason, I always thought this was 1986 !  -  Taped and transferred to DVD by me  (Hi-Fi VCR)

Page & Plant    1994    No Quarter:  DVD    MTV Unplugged:  unLEDed    (TV > VHS > DVD:    70.25m)    E-




Nils Lofgren

76-Mar-27:   Paul's Mall    Boston, MA    (Sbd > FM:    Master > CD > EAC > WAV > FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

Master 'Off Air' Reel of WBCN FM Broadcast

76-Apr-9:   Back It Up    Tower Theatre - Upper Darby, PA    (FLAC > CD)    E-/E

76-Apr-19:   Cobo Arena    Detroit, MI    (FLAC > CD:    master cassette:    38.55m)    E-

76-May-24:   Elysée Montmartre    Paris, France    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

Good sound, though a little distant  -  great performance of It's Not A Crime  (w/ a lyric change in place of  "I always get away")

79-Sept-27:   Bataclan    Paris, France    (FLAC > 2CD:    87.07m)    VG+

79-Oct-6:   Rockpalast    Grugahalle - Essen, Germany    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG+/E-

Includes 54.37m from Springsteen's 78-Nov-2 show

81-Nov-4:   The Bayou    Washington DC    (SBD:    FLAC > 3CD:    Early + Late Shows:    197.49m)    VG+/E-

Includes tracks from 77-Oct-28  (34.04m)   and   06-Apr-28  (8.14m)




Mahavishnu Orchestra & related

Tony Williams Lifetime    1969    Village Gate    New York, NY    (FLAC > CD)    VG/VG+

Supposedly their first performance (killer)  -  Williams, McLaughlin, Jack Bruce, Larry Young !

71-Nov-4:   Jabberwocky Club    Syracuse Univ - Syracuse, NY    (73.35m)    VG+

From the WAER-FM broadcast  (WAER 88.3 is in Syracuse, NY)

72-Jan-26:   Symphony Hall    Boston, MA    (FLAC > CD:    complete)    E-

From the WBCN-FM broadcast  (WBCN 104.1 is in Boston, MA)  -  has a few dropouts & some static

72-Jan-26:   One World    Symphony Hall - Boston, MA    (incomplete:    14.15m)

Incomplete combined recording of 72-Jan-26 and 72-May-15

72-Mar-27:   The Whisky    Los Angeles, CA    (73.08m)   

Great mellow spoken intro by McLaughlin

72-Apr-3:   Mar Y Sol Festival    Vega Baja, Puerto Rico    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    VG+/E-

The Noonward Race only  -  superb performance

72-Apr-21:   Emperor Nobody Remaster    Music Hall - Cleveland, OH    (1st Gen:    62.06m)   

This is a superb performance. See the above link for a good interview with John McLaughlin

72-Apr-29:   The Inner Flamming Axe    Skytop Lounge, Syracuse Univ    Syracuse, NY    VG+

Oddly enough, based on the dvd of this show, the Skytop Lounge is an outdoor venue

72-Apr-29:   Skytop Lounge:  DVD    Syracuse University - Syracuse, NY    (58.53m:    b+w)    VG+

Superb performance w/ overall very good audio + video (bw)  -  captures the young group at their performing peak, Fall 71 - Spring 72
Though the video is good, it does appear to be a few gens off the master, having a bit of the softer look that higher gen video has

72-May-15:   Hunter College    New York, NY    (2CD:    complete)    VG+

From the WBAI-FM broadcast  (WBAI 99.5 is in New York City)

72-May-15:   One World    Hunter College - New York, NY    (incomplete:    55.43m)   

Incomplete combined recording of 72-Jan-26 and 72-May-15

72-May-27:   Hollywood, Florida    (incomplete:    45.13m)    VG-

A 71min version does exist  (also VG- sound)  -  A great performance, but the VG- SQ makes it hard to really hear it

72-Aug-17:   Kongresshalle    Munich, Germany   

72-Aug-17:   Kongresshalle:  VCD    Munich, Germany    (BT > VCD:    25.45m)    VG/VG+

72-Aug-25:   BBC Studios:  VCD    London, England    (BT > VCD:    30.0m)    E-

72-Nov-9:   Community Theater    Berkeley, California    (SHN > 2CD:    complete show)    VG+/E-

1973:   ABC 'In Concert':  VCD    Bananafish Gardens - Brooklyn, NY    (BT > VCD:    13.16m)    VG+/E-

73-Jan-26:   Convocation Hall    Toronto, Canada    (SHN > CD:    53.09m)    VG/VG+

There are several brief but noticeable tape problems on this recording  -  a 109min recording exists

73-May-4:   Maple Leaf Gardens    Toronto, Canada    (SHN > 2CD)    VG/VG+

Lacking low-end frequencies

McLaughlin & Carlos Santana    73-Aug-26    Saratoga Performing Arts Center    Saratoga, NY    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

The first show of the McLaughlin-Santana tour

McLaughlin & Carlos Santana    73-Sept-1    Chicago Amphitheater    Chicago, IL    (SHN > 2CD:    complete:    151.51m)    E-

Intense guitar playing. If you like non stop jamming, you'll love anything from this very short tour

McLaughlin & Carlos Santana    73-Sept-5    Community Center Theatre    Berkeley, CA    (SHN > CD)    VG+

73-Sept-19:   Shibuya Philharmonic Hall    Tokyo, Japan    (2CD)    VG+

75-Aug-29:   Wein, Austria    (SHN > CD)    VG+

75-Nov-29:   Toledo, OH    (Soundboard:    FLAC > 2CD)    VG+

Has a rough start, but the sound improves after awhile (hissy and a bit bumpy)  -  Final Mahavishnu show until 1984
I've seen the venue listed as the Sport Arena and the University Of Toledo  -  I have no idea which is correct

Trio Of Doom    1979-March 2-4    Havana Jam    Karl Marx Theatre - Havana, Cuba    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    E-

John McLaughlin, Jaco Pastorius, Tony Williams !

John McLaughlin    85-Nov-19    The Tonight Show:  DVD    (3.59m)    E-

John McLaughlin    96-July-25    Antibes Jazz Festival    Antibes, France    (FTP:   SHN > CD:    sbd)    E-

Superb performance. If you like more traditional jazz (1950s - 1960s era), you'll love this.




Pat Metheny & related

75-July-4:   Pooh’s Pub    Boston, MA    (Sbd:    21.10m)   

Pat Metheny, Jaco Pastorius, and Bob Moses

76-June-16:   Jazz Workshop (Pooh's Pub?)    Boston, MA    (Sbd:    41.58m)   

Pat Metheny, Jaco Pastorius, and Bob Moses

79-June-30:   Unity Village    (53.56m)    E-

With the wonderful and underrated Mark Egan on bass

79-Sept-7:   Joni Mitchell Band    Civic Auditorium - San Francisco, CA    (3CD:    possibly missing 1-2 songs ?)   

Also contains the below 79-Sept-8 recording
Disc 1 & 3 have a click at the beginning of each disc, not the tracks

79-Sept-8:   Joni Mitchell Band    Civic Auditorium - San Francisco, CA    (3CD:    complete)   

Also contains the above 79-Sept-7 recording
Disc 1 & 3 have a click at the beginning of each disc, not the tracks

79-Sept-9:   Shadows And Light:  DVD    Santa Barbara County Bowl - Santa Barbara, CA    (official release:    75m)   

Personnel:  Joni Mitchell, Don Alias, Michael Brecker, Lyle Mays, Pat Metheny, Jaco Pastorius, The Persuasions

80-Feb-18:   SUNY    New Paltz, NY    (FLAC > 2CD:    97.25m)    VG+

This appears to currently be the earliest circulating Wichita show
The 1980 shows were the only Wichita shows to have the great Mark Egan on bass and no vocals!

80-Mar-8:   Westminster College    Fulton, MO    (Master Tape > WAV > FLAC > 2CD:    123.06m)    E-

80-April:   Boston, MA    (FLAC > 2CD:    108.42m)    E-

81-Mar-27:   Houston, TX    (Sbd:    2CD:    148.05m)    VG+/E-

Has a click between tracks

81-Nov-9:   Moore Theater    Seattle, WA    (Sbd:    2CD:    complete show:    113.43m)    VG+/E-

81-Dec:   Tokyo & Unknown    (68.45m)

Much of this show (41.08m) is from 81-Dec-16:  Kosei Nenkin - Tokyo, Japan  (81-Dec-17 ?)
This boot is sometimes called 'Salt Lake', though not after Salt Lake City, UT


Here is some interesting commentary by Pat Metheny on The Way Up   (IMO possibly their best composition)

05-Feb-18:   Hummingbird Center    Toronto, Canada    (FLAC > CD:    The Way Up only:    68.24m)    VG+

05-Feb-19:   Fox Theatre    Detroit, MI    (SHN > 2CD:    151.31m)    VG/VG+

05-Apr_26-30:   The Way Up:  DVD    LG Arts Center - Seoul, Korea    (official release:    91.27m)    E

The Way Up only  (68.57m), plus a 22.30m interview w/ Pat

05-June-1:   Alte Oper    Frankfurt, Germany    (Master > FLAC > CD:    The Way Up only:    71.17m)    E-

This is a superb performance  -  absolutely classic return to prime form  (Wichita / Offramp era)

05-June-6:   Laeiszhalle    Hamburg, Germany    (FLAC > CD:    The Way Up only:    70.42m)    VG+/E-

05-June-16:   Piazzale del Castello    Udine, Italy    (FLAC > CD:    The Way Up only:    69.15m)    VG+/E-

05-July-2:   Theatre Antique    Vienne, France    (FLAC > CD:    The Way Up only:    75.30m)    VG+/E-

Not fr the FM source, which supposedly has clicks + voice-overs by the dj  -  it also has an incomplete TWU  (30m)
3rd to last show of The Way Up tour




Joni Mitchell

1966-1967:   The 2nd Fret    Philadelphia, PA    VG+/E-

Tape flutter for the last minute of the last song only
Only 7 songs (Tracks 1-6) are from the same performance as on 2nd Fret Vol 2

67-69:   Looking Out For Love    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

67-Sept:   The Couriers Folk Club Appearance    The White Swan - Leicester, England    (FTP:   FLAC > CD)   

Has a rough transition between one track

67-Oct-12:   Second Fret Sessions Vol 2    The 2nd Fret - Philadelphia, PA    VG+/E-

Only 7 songs (Tracks 7-13) are from the same performance as on 1966-1967

68-Jan:   By The Banks Of The River Charles    Cambridge, MA    VG/VG+

68-Aug-23:   Old Pool Farm - Philadelphia Folk Festival    Philadelphia, PA    (FTP:   FLAC > CD)   

1969-1995:   Unplugged & Jamming Vol 2    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG+/E-

Contains somewhat less common material from 1969-1970 and 1976  -  incomplete (missing the 76-Nov-25 songs)

69-July-7:   Mississippi River Festival    Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville, IL    VG+

Has a brief gap between all tracks (TAO most likely)

69-July-19:   The Johnny Cash Show:  DVD    Ryman Auditorium - Nashville, TN    (3.00m)    E

Long Black Veil sung w/ Johnny Cash  -  This is the bcast date

69-Aug-19:   Dick Cavett Show:  DVD    ABC Television Center - Los Angeles, CA    (official release:    13.32m)    E

Also contains performances from Jefferson Airplane & Stephen Stills
This taping is why Joni did not play at Woodstock

69-Nov-29:   Worcester Polytechnic Institute    Worcester, MA    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG/VG+

My most complete Ladies Of The Canyon show, with 8 Canyon songs played
This was the 1st of two shows that day  (the 2nd was at The College of Holy Cross, also in Worcester)

70-Sept:   In Concert    BBC 2 - London, England    (soundboard)    E-

From the "Joni Mitchell Sings Joni Mitchell" Program  -  Previous date (70-Oct-9) may have been the Broadcast Date

70-Oct-28:   Royal Albert Hall    London, England    (SHN>CD:    Complete Recording:    w/ James Taylor)    E-

From the BBC Transcription LP and the BBC Aircheck Tape  -  modified (not by me) to lower applause volume

79-Sept-7/8:   Joni Mitchell Band    Civic Auditorium - San Francisco, CA    (3CD)   

Available only as a complete 3CD set (Disc 1 & 3 have a click at the beginning of each disc, not the tracks)

79-Sept-9:   Shadows And Light:  DVD    Santa Barbara County Bowl - Santa Barbara, CA    (official release:    75m)   

Personnel:  Joni Mitchell, Don Alias, Michael Brecker, Lyle Mays, Pat Metheny, Jaco Pastorius, The Persuasions




National Health

Hatfield And The North    74-Apr-13    Roundhouse    London, England    VG/VG+

With The Northettes, Robert Wyatt, Alan Gowen, Steve Miller, etc
Having the Northettes (a rare live occurance) makes this an important and essential Hatfield recording.

1975-1976:   1975 demos  +  1976 BBC session    London, England    (45.06m)

1975-1977:   All Clocks & Clouds    United Kingdom + France    (79.14m)

A collection I made of all circulating recordings of Clocks & Clouds  -  Richard Sinclair is the singer on the last 2 perf

76-Feb-13:   Kent University    Canterbury, England    VG

The first track has slightly worse sound than the remaining songs  -  w/o Amanda Parsons  :(

76-Feb-14:   The Northern Light-Polar Lights    School Of Economics - London, England    VG+

Has Steve Hillage guesting and mc'ing  -  w/o Amanda Parsons  (the band is just not the same without her vocals)
This only contains the 76-Feb-14 material from this roio  (no demos  -  see above for the demos)

76-Feb-22:   Dundee University    Dundee, Scotland    (2CD > Overburned 1CD:    81.30m)    VG+

76-June-19:   Louveciennes Festival    Louveciennes, France    (58.31m)    VG

This show is OFTEN listed as 1977 France.  It is not!

76-Oct-10:   Roundhouse    London, England    (58.14m)   

76-Nov-17:   Collegiate Theatre    London, England    (78.16m)    VG+

77-Feb-3:   lès-Metz    Montigny, France    (74.24m)    VG+/E-

Aggressive opening to Elephants  -  sort of similar to Pink Floyd's Echoes

77-Feb-9:   Tomblaine    Nancy, France    (72.17m)    VG+

77-Feb-20:   Dundee University    Dundee, Scotland    (2CD > Overburned 1CD:    80.17m)   

Combination of a better sounding source and the missing part from a poorer source

sadly, Amanda Parsons left the band in mid March 1977.  They were never the same after this.  Though sometimes her contribution was sublime, she was essential to their classic Canterbury sound, and was one of the most defining voices of the entire "Canterbury Sound" genre, along with Richard Sinclair.


77-July-31:   Queen Elizabeth Hall    London, England    (2CD)    VG/VG+

With Richard Sinclair, Jimmy Hastings, Lindsay Cooper and others

77-Oct-15:   Paard    Den Haag, Netherlands    VG/VG+

77-Nov-9:   BBC Maida Vale Studios    London, England    (2 tracks:    19.17m)    VG+

77-Nov-10:   Clocks And Clouds    Roundhouse - London, England    (the song only:    9.45m)    VG/VG+

Clocks And Clouds with Richard Sinclair!  Before the song, Stewart mentions that Amanda Parsons + Alan Gowen are in the audience.  It would have been so wonderful if Amanda had joined Richard on vocals for this song, one final time.

77-Nov-16:   Hull University    Hull, Yorkshire, England   

78-Mar-10:   Le Bérêt Cosmique    Bordeaux, France    VG+

79-Nov-29:   My Fathers Place    Roslyn, NY    VG+

Hatfield And The North    90-Mar-30    Nottingham, England    VG+

Incomplete and has a buzzing noise that begins midway through Track 3 and remains for the rest of the disc
I highly recommend going for the Live 1990 release (see above link for more info) instead of this. Nice show.




Gram Parsons & related

Gram Parsons    1946-1973    Gram Parsons - Fallen Angel:  DVD    (official release:    118.47m)   

Gram Parsons    1964-1972    Under Your Spell Again    (2CD)   

Byrds    68-May-6    Roundhouse - Chalk Farm    London, England    (FLAC > CD)    VG-/VG

Complete show  -  The SQ improves to VG for the Parsons songs  (Tracks 5-9)

Byrds    68-May-7    Piper Club    Roma, Italy    (Master Cassette > CD > FLAC > CD)    VG

Apparently, the long believed 68-May-2 date is incorrect. Though the Pop Music Festival this was part of was held
mostly at Pallazo Del Sport, the final night (May-7) was held at the Piper Club, due to poor ticket sales.

Byrds    68-Nov-2    Avalon Ballroom    San Francisco, CA    VG

A compilation that mostly contains tracks from 68-May-6/7, though from different sources than the above
recordings, though some of the 68-May tracks on the above recordings were taken from this complilation

Gram Parsons    1968-1973    Yours Truly, Anonymous

Flying Burrito Brothers   (FBB)    69-Apr-6    Avalon Ballroom    San Francisco, CA    VG/VG+

The most complete recording of this show that I've seen (has some occasional burps)
Has 4 songs from other dates (including Altamont)

FBB    69-July-27    The High Lonesome Sound Of The Flying Burrito Brothers    Seattle Pop Fest - Woodenville, WA    VG/VG+

FBB    1970-May    The High Lonesome Sound Of The Flying Burrito Brothers    Wynona, MN    VG/VG+

Without Gram

Emmylou Harris    74-May-8    Red Fox Inn    Bethesda, Md    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG+

This was bass heavy and lacking in highs. I cut the bass & boosted the highs. It sounds much cleaner now.
This was also chock full of silent gaps (not the DAO kind). They were everywhere. I fixed them as best I could.
I added some bonus tracks:   97-Aug-30  (w/ Spyboy)   &   04-Oct-7  (w/ Buddy Miller)

Emmylou Harris    75-Nov-28    Feeling Single Seeing Double    The Boarding House - San Francisco, CA    VG+

My copy appears to be missing the first song played, Cash On The Barrelhead




REM

84-Sept-29:   Florida Atlantic Univ    Boca Raton, FL    (FLAC > CD:    incomplete)    E-

85-Aug-17:   Barrymore's    Ottawa, Canada    (2CD)    VG-/VG

The band does a ton of covers and Mike Mills threatens to beat up an asshole in the audience.    Bass heavy

85-Oct-2:   Rockpalast:  DVD    Die Zeche - Bochum, Germany    (92.23m)    E-

Michael Stipe looks really good with blond hair
Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (InConcert OnDemand > DVR:    non related material removed)

85-Oct-28:   Hammersmith Palais    London, England    (2CD)    VG+/E-




Return To Forever & related

74-Feb-1:   Worchester, MA    (Sbd:    2CD)    VG+

With Bill Connors on guitar and Steve Gadd on drums

74-Mar-12  ?:   Old Grey Whistle Test:  DVD    BBC2 TV - London, England    (BT > DVD:    4.11m)    E-

With Bill Connors on guitar  -  put on the 1976 OGWT DVD

74-Mar-24:   Roermond, Netherlands    (Sbd:    52.09m)    VG+/E-

With Bill Connors on guitar  -  Possibly 74-May-24

1975:   Trod Nossel Studios    Wallingford, CT    E-

Possibly from 75-April. Sounds like NR was used, unfortunately

1975:   Atlanta, GA    (FLAC > CD)    VG-/VG

Celebration Suite only  (22.20m)  -  Included as a bonus track on 1976 Whistle Test

75-Apr-18:   The Blue Room Ballroom    Elgin, Illinois    (59.38m)    E-

Possibly 75-Apr-9. Lacking a bit in lower frequencies

75-Nov-22:   Calderone Concert Hall    Hempstead, NY    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    VG+/E-

See link for SQ comments

1976:   Old Grey Whistle Test    BBC - London, England    (FLAC > CD)    E-

1976:   Old Grey Whistle Test:  DVD    BBC2 TV - London, England    (BT > DVD:    44.15m)    E-

Superb quality  -  has a 4.11m bonus clip from their 1974 OGTW appearance with Bill Conners !

Al Dimeola    1977    El Mocambo    Toronto, Canada    VG+

Has 1-2 min of minor digital clicks on last song, but in no way interferes with the music

Al Dimeola    1978    Philadelphia, PA    VG+

Between my two AD shows, I guess this one is a little better for showing his skill, though he's great on both




Rolling Stones

1963-1989:   25x5: The Continuing Adventures Of The Rolling Stones:  DVD    (official release:    VHS > DVD:    128.42m)    E-

Transferred to DVD by me

1963-1969:   Ultra Rare Trax Vol. 1    Out takes    (original silver)

1963-1969:   Ultra Rare Trax Vol. 2    Out takes    (original silver)

1963-1969:   Ultra Rare Trax Vol. 4    Out takes    (original silver)

1963-1969:   Ultra Rare Trax Vol. 5    Out takes    (original silver)

1964-1972:   Early Rarities:  DVD    (VHS > DVD:    88.07m)    VG+

This is a great collection of Stones' video footage, some of it somewhat rare  (I think)
Transferred to DVD by me

1965-1972:   Time Trip Vol 3    Live + Out takes    (original silver)

1965-1967:   Have You Heard The Outtakes, Baby, Recorded In The Shadow    Out takes    (original silver)

1966+1969:   The Ed Sullivan Show:  DVD    (TV > VHS > DVD:    5 songs:    15.26m)    VG+/E-

Taped and transferred to DVD by me

1966-1981:   Compilation 1    Outtakes & Live    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

Includes two Circus rehearsals from 68-Dec-10

1967-1969:   Time Trip Vol 4    Out takes    (original silver)

1967-1970:   Thee Satanic Sessions    Out takes    (original silver)

1967-1972:   No Expectations    Out takes       (Morganfield)

1967 Olympic Studio sessions,  72-June live,  69-Nov-7 live

68-Feb:   1968 Surrey Rehearsals    studio session from RG Jones Studios (?)   in Surrey, England

1968:   The Olympic Sessions    Out takes

1968:   RSVP (New Version)    Out takes   

Has the complete No Expectations outtake, which was incomplete on all my other sources

68-June-4/10:   One Plus One:  DVD    (official release:    50.49m)    E

Stones' parts only  (working on Sympathy For The Devil)

1968-1970:   Itchy Fingers    Out takes    E

1968-1972:   The Trident Mixes    Out takes    (original silver)

1968-1973:   Time Trip Vol 1    Out takes / Alt Mixes    (original silver)

1968-1973:   Unplugged 68-73    Out takes   

1968-1974:   Time Trip Vol 2    Out takes / Alt Mixes    (original silver)

68-Dec-10:   Intertel Studios    London, England    (FLAC > CD:    6.41m)    E-

Circus rehearsals:   Parachute Woman + You Can't Always Get

68-Dec-10/11:   Rock And Roll Circus:  DVD    Intertel Studios - London, England   (official release:   my original VHS > DVD:   65.34m)    E-

Historic show #1  -  Transferred to DVD by me

68-Dec-10/11:   Rock And Roll Circus    Intertel Studios - London, England    (official release  -  original disc)

Brian Jones' final Stones performance  -  rated as Essential Stones Collection Material

69-July-5:   Stones In The Park:  DVD    Hyde Park - London, England    (my original VHS > DVD:    55.21m)    VG+

Historic show #2  -  Transferred to DVD by me

69-July-5:   Stones In The Park    Hyde Park - London, England    (incomplete, missing 3 songs:    original silver)

69-July-5:   Hyde Park 1969    London, England    (2CD:    complete show)   

The 1969 American Tour

69-Nov/Dec:   Gimme Shelter  (Criterion Collection):  DVD    United States    (official release:    92m)    E-

69-Nov-7:   Catch Your Dreams Before They Slip Away    State University - Fort Collins, CO    VG

69-Nov-8:   Wrapped Up In A LA Show    Inglewood Forum - Los Angeles, CA    (1st show)    VG

69-Nov-8:   Cocaine On The Dentist Chair    Inglewood Forum Los Angeles, CA    (2nd show:    2CD)    VG/VG+

This is part of a 2cd title, though the 69-Nov-8 material is only on 1cd

69-Nov-9:   Liver Than They'll Ever Be    (30th Special Re-Mastered)    Oakland Coliseum - Oakland, CA    (1st show)

69-Nov-9:   Liver Than You'll Ever Be    (30th Anniversary Edition)    Oakland Coliseum    (2nd show)

Version 1  -  Each track begins with the song, not Mick's commentary as on my other version

69-Nov-9:   Liver Than You'll Ever Be    (30th Anniversary Edition)    Oakland Coliseum    (2nd show)

Version 2  -  Many tracks begin with Mick's commentary, not the song

69-Nov-10:   San Diego '69    International Sports Arena - San Diego, CA    VG+/E-

69-Nov-11:   The Sky Pilots    Coliseum - Phoenix, AZ    (2CD:    complete)    VG+

This is part of a 2cd title, though the 69-Nov-11 material is only on 1cd
Has some bass saturation (especially Track 12), but overall very clean

69-Nov-13:   Dallas 1969    Moody Coliseum - Dallas, TX    VG

69-Nov-15:   Cocaine On The Dentist Chair    Assembly Hall - Champaign, IL    (1st Show:    2CD)    VG

This is part of a 2cd title, though the 69-Nov-15 material is only on 1cd

69-Nov-15:   Assembly Hall    Champaign, IL    (2nd Show:    FLAC > CD    26.04m)    VG-/VG

This is all that currently circulates for this show  -  distorts some on the vocals

69-Nov-16:   Chicago 1969    International Amphitheater - Chicago, IL    (2nd show)    VG-/VG

69-Nov-24:   Live From Detroit 1969    Olympia Stadium - Detroit, MI

Has some nasty digital noise on the first track

69-Nov-25:   Philadelphia 1969    Spectrum Sports Arena - Philadelphia, PA    VG

69-Nov-26:   Devil's Disciple    Civic Center - Baltimore, MD    VG/VG+

Great performance  -  possibly the best of the tour

69-Nov-27:   Live In New York    Madison Square Garden - New York, NY    (2CD)    VG+

This is part of a 2cd title, though the 69-Nov-27 material is only on 1cd  -  has some LP static noise

69-Nov-26-28:   Fuck Yer Ya Ya's Out!    (The Vinyl Gang Product)    Baltimore and New York    VG+

Has some minor record static at points  -  overall though the sound is great

69-Nov-28:   Live In New York    Madison Square Garden - New York, NY    (2nd show:    2CD)    VG/VG+

This is part of a 2cd title, though the 69-Nov-28 material is only on 1cd

69-Nov-29:   Boston 1969    Boston Garden - Boston, MA    (1st Show)    VG

69-Nov-29:   That's No Way To Get Along    (Morganfield MG-004)    Boston Garden - Boston, MA    (2nd show)    VG

69-Nov-30:   Palm Beach '69    Miami Pop Festival, International Raceway - West Palm Beach, FL    VG

The tape has some speed fluctuation problems

69-Nov-30:   Prodigal Sons Of Europe    Miami Pop Festival, International Raceway - West Palm Beach, FL    (2CD:    incomplete)   

Sympathy, Stray Cat, and Love In Vain only

69-Nov/Dec:   There's No Angel Born In Hell    (New York, Baltimore, Altamont)    VG+/E-

A nice sounding sampler from the great 1969 tour with very good performances
Highly recommended if you are new to their 1969 shows!

69-Dec-6:   The Killer Festival    Altamont Speedway - Livermore, CA    (2CD)   

69-Dec-6:   The Sky Pilots    Altamont Speedway - Livermore, CA    (2CD:    incomplete)   

Brown Sugar only

69-Dec-14:   Saville Theatre    London, England    (2nd Show:    FLAC > CD:    8.26m)    VG+

This is all that currently circulates for this show  -  has some distortion but overall sounds very nice


1969-1971:   Tricky Fingers And Slicky Ringers    Live + Out takes / Alt Mixes    (original silver)

1969-1974:   A Shot Of Salvation    Live and Out takes    (original silver)

1970-1975:   It’s Only Rock And Roll Outtakes    Out takes    (original silver)

70-Aug-30:   Baltiska Hallen    Malmo, Sweden    VG/VG+    (FLAC>CD:    71.43m)

This is a compilation of two sources: Made In Sweden + a cassette source. I manually normalized
each source, so that I could then boost the overall volume and then balanced the channels.

70-Sept-12:   Prodigal Sons Of Europe    Forum - Copenhagen, Denmark    (2CD:    incomplete)    VG-/VG

Missing Little Queenie + Street Fighting

70-Sept-14:   Prodigal Sons Of Europe    Ernst-Merck-Halle - Hamburg, Germany    (2CD:    complete show)    VG+

70-Oct-9:   The Sky Pilots    RAI Amstelhal - Amsterdam, Holland    (2CD:    complete)    VG

This is part of a 2cd title, though the 70-Oct-9 material is only on 1cd

1970-1974:   Acetates    Acetates and unreleased versions    (most are acetates of the official versions)    VG+/E-

71-Mar-6:   Farewell Tour Coventry 1971    Coventry Theatre - Coventry, England    (1st Show)    VG-/VG

71-Mar-13:   Get Your Leeds Lungs Out Revisited    Leeds University - London, England    E-

71-Mar-14:   The Lost Marquee Tapes    Roundhouse, Chalk Farm - London, England    (2nd show)    VG+/E-

71-Mar-26:   The Lost Marquee Tapes    Marquee Club, Wardour Street - Soho, London, England    VG+/E-

71-July/Oct:   Exile Outtakes    Villa Nellcote - Villefranche-sur-mer, France    (Scorpio)    VG+/E-

A superb collection  -  highly recommended if you like the Exile album
Has the complete I Don't Know The Reason Why, which was incomplete on all my other sources



IMO, the Exile sessions brings to a close The Stones' peak period that began with the first Beggar's Banquet demos in 1968.  By the time they began the Exile tour, they had begun to shift from the "We have something to prove" attitude to "We are an institution" mindset.



72-June-3:   Vancouver 72    Pacific National Exhibition Forum - Vancouver, Canada    (2CD)    VG

Only known live performance of Torn And Frayed and Ventilator Blues and rare performance of Loving Cup
Complete show and better SQ than Vancouver First Night (which is incomplete, missing Tumbling Dice)

72-June/July:   Cocksucker Blues:  DVD    (VHS > DVD:    87.56m)    VG+

Transferred to DVD by me

1972:   Very Ancient, Thank You Kindly    Various venues and locations    VG+/E-

Contains one song from 1973

72-June-24:   Love In Vain    Fort Worth, TX    (fr both shows:    incomplete)

72-June-24:   Tarrant County Convention Center    Fort Worth, TX    (2CD:    Early & Late Shows)   

Has Sweet Black Angel and Don't Lie To Me

72-June-24/25:   Ladies & Gentlemen..:  DVD    Fort Worth + Houston, TX    (VHS > DVD:    82m)    VG+

Transferred to DVD by me

72-June-24/25:   Ladies & Gentlemen Out-takes:  DVD    Fort Worth + Houston, TX    (VHS > DVD:    45.27m)    VG+

Unsure in what ways this is different fr the official version, other than the lighting and sound mix being a little different
Transferred to DVD by me

72-July-21:   Love In Vain    The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA    (both shows)

72-Aug-4:   Dick Cavett Show:  DVD    ABC Television Center - Los Angeles, CA    (official release:    14.37m)    E-

Also contains some Stones performances from their 1972 tour

1972-1978:   Tattoo You Sessions    (original silver)

73-Jan-18:   All Meat Music    Nicaragua Benefit Concert - The Forum - Inglewood, CA    (2CD)    VG+/E-

73-Sept-9:   Brussels Affair 1973    Wembley Empire Pool - London, England

Street Fighting Man and Doo Doo.. only

73-Oct-17:   Brussels Affair 1973    Forest Nationale - Brussels, Belgium    (1st show)

3rd to last performance with Mick Taylor
Get elsewhere, has periodic digital noise from late into Midnight Rambler -> Jumping Jack Flash

74-Oct-1:   Old Grey Whistle Test:  DVD    London, England    (VHS > DVD:    5.07m)    VG+

Hosted by Bob Harris  -  Ain’t Too Proud To Beg  (promo film)  +  incomplete interview w/ Keith
Transferred to DVD by me

76-Aug-21:   Knebworth Fair:  DVD    Knebworth Park - Stevenage, England    (VHS > DVD:    54.24m)    VG+

This is a woefully incomplete version  -  a mostly complete video is now circulating
Transferred to DVD by me

1977:   Some Girls Sessions    (original silver)

All but 2 of 14 songs are demos of songs never officially released

1977-1978:   Some Trax 1 & 2    Pathe Marconi Studios - Paris, France    Out takes    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG+

1977-1978:   Twilight Zone    Out takes + 3 Live    (original silver)   

1977-1979:   Made In The Shade    Out takes    E-

89-Dec-19:   Steel Wheels Concert Special:  DVD    Convention Center - Atlantic City, NJ    (92.55m)     VG+

Taped via TV > Hi-Fi VCR and transferred to DVD by me:   commercials removed

1995:   Stripped:  DVD    (44.24m)    VG+/E-

Taped via TV > VHS and transferred to DVD by me:   commercials removed

Mick Taylor    See Allman Brothers:   for a Dicky Betts Band show

Mick Taylor    See Other:   for John Mayall, Mick Taylor, and Alvin Lee shows




Todd Rundgren + Utopia

73-Nov-11:   WKRQ - Counterpart Studios    Cincinnati, OH    (58.52m)   

77-Jan-8:   Rockpalast:  DVD    WDR Studio L - Köln, West Germany    (BT > DVD:    91.58m)    VG+/E-

77-Jan-25:   Oxford Polytechnic    Oxfordshire, England    (incomplete:    77.20m)

1977-1985:   Greatest Hits Live    New York, NY & Chicago, IL    (King Biscuit Flower Hour Recordings)    E




Rush

76-Dec-10:   Caught In The Act:  DVD    Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ    (BT > DVD:    40m:    b+w)   

78-Dec-2:   Oak Oppression    Cobo Hall - Detroit, MI    (2CD)   

81-Mar-27:   Exit...Stage Left:  DVD    Montreal Forum - Montreal, Canada    (official release:    60m)   

82-Apr-11:   Live In Lakeland   (Platinum Edition)    Lakeland, FL    (SHN > 2CD)    VG+

82-Dec-9:   Music In The Abstract    Nassau Coliseum - NY    (SHN > 2CD)    VG+

Chemistry !




Leon Russell and related

Delaney & Bonnie    70-Feb-22:   Fillmore West    San Francisco, CA    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

w/ Clapton, Bobby Whitlock, Jim Gordon, Carl Radle, Leon Russell, Bobby Keys, Jim Price, Jim Horn)

Joe Cocker    70-Apr-26:   Fillmore West    San Francisco, CA    (SHN > 2CD > Overburned 1CD:    81.14m)    VG+

Mad Dogs & Englishmen   (w/ Leon Russell, Carl Radle, Jim Gordon, etc)

70-Dec:   Flood Volume 4:  The Other 1970 Live Show    Swing Auditorium - San Bernardino, CA    (FLAC > CD)   

Leon Russell & Willie Nelson    79-Apr-1:   Capitol Theatre    Passaic, NJ    (FLAC > CD)    E-

mostly Willie Nelson

80-May-15:   Leon Russell & The New Grass Revival:  DVD    Perkins Palace - Pasadena, CA    (official release:    80m)    E-

82-May-14:   Civic Auditorium    Portland, OR    (Sbd:    1st Gen > FLAC > 2CD)    VG+

97-Apr-04:   Flood Volume 3:  The Concert Of Unknown Music    IMAC Theatre - Huntington, NY    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

06-Jan-20:   Beachland Ballroom    Cleveland, OH    (Master > FLAC > 2CD)    VG+/E-




Santana

70-Feb-4:   A Night At The Family Dog:  DVD    The Family Dog - San Francisco, CA    (official release:    60m)   

Includes performances from Santana, The Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane
Santana tracks are:  Incident At Neshabur,  Soul Sacrifice

see Mahavishnu Orchestra for some 1973  Santana & John McLaughlin shows

78-Oct-16:   Bottom Line    New York, NY    (2CD)    VG+/E-

Santana Reunion Band    88-August:   Studio Rehearsals    Oakland, CA    (FLAC > CD)    E-

Soul Sacrifice was dropped due to significant diginoise




Shadowfax

1978:   Wise Fools Pub    Lincoln Park - Chicago, IL    (Sbd:    MasterReels > CD > SHN > 3CD:    162.26m)    VG+/E-

83-July-4:   Highland Lakes Music Festival    Austin, TX    (SHN > CD:    31.35m)    VG/VG+

83-July-5:   Rockefeller’s    Houston, TX    (60.31m)    VG+

Rockefeller's  (a now closed venue)  was supposedly only a 200 person venue

84-Dec-6:   Lone Star Cafe    New York, NY    (Early Show:    Soundboard:    61.16m)    VG+

85-Nov-3:   Hofstra University    Hempstead, NY    (Sbd:    73.44m)    VG+

I saw Shadowfax 8 days earlier, on 85-Oct-26 at  Warner Theatre - Washington, DC

86-July-10:   Wolf Trap Farm    Vienna, VA    (WETA BS TV > Hi-Fi VCR > DVD > CD:    19.35m)   

William Ackerman, Michael Hedges, Shadowfax  -  Rare recording that I've never seen listed anywhere

86-July-10:   On Stage At Wolf Trap:  DVD    Wolf Trap - Vienna, VA    (WETA PBS TV > Hi-Fi VCR > DVD:    19.35m)    VG+

William Ackerman, Michael Hedges, Shadowfax     (Transferred to DVD by me)
I was there, inside the pavilion !!!

94-Mar-8:   Bottom Line    New York, NY    (Late Show:    Soundboard:    2CD:    83.17m)    E-




Frank Sinatra and The Rat Pack

1940:   The Tommy Dorsey Orch    Avalon Ballroom    San Francisco, CA    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

55-Jan-19:   Melbourne '55    Melbourne Stadium - Australia    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

1955-1977:   Live & Studio Sessions    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

A compilation of live + studio recordings I acquired  -  the studio sessions contain a lot of incomplete takes + talking

58-June-14:   The Sporting Club    Monte Carlo, Monaco    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    VG+/E-

61-Nov-5:   Saloon Singer    Copa Room, Sands Hotel - Las Vegas, NV    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

62-Nov-26:   Saloon Singer    Villa Venice - Chicago, IL    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

5 songs from this show

62-Dec-2:   The Rat Pack    Villa Venice    Chicago, IL    (SHN > 2CD)    VG+

63-Sept-6:   The Rat Pack    Indian Summer At The Sands, 1963    The Sands - Las Vegas, NV    (SHN > CD)    VG+

65-June-20:   The Rat Pack    Kiel Opera House    St Louis, MO    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    VG+/E-

65-June-20:   The Rat Pack    Live And Swingin':  DVD    Kiel Opera House - St Louis, MO    (official release:    90m)   

68-May-22:   Oakland Coliseum    Oakland, CA    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    E-

75-Nov-27:   Live In Israel    Binyanei Ha'oomah Concert Hall - Jerusalem, Israel    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    E-




Smashing Pumpkins

1992 - 1993:   Mayonnaise Dream    Studio & Live  -  Acoustic & Electric    (FLAC > CD)    E-

see   Compilations   for some miscellaneous tracks   

93-Oct-26:   Smashing The Puppets    Del Mar Fairground - Del Mar, CA    (soundboard, electric)    E-

93-Dec-12:   Smashing The Puppets    Universal Amphitheater - LA, CA    (soundboard, acoustic)    E-

00-Aug-24:   VH1 Storytellers:  DVD    Hammerstein Ballroom - NY, NY    (Incomplete:    45m)   

This is all that VH1 aired  -  Taped via VH1 > VHS and transferred to DVD by me:   commercials removed




Patti Smith    (Chatti Patti ;)

78-Mar-26:   Ask The Angels    Pavillon De Paris - Paris, France   

78-Apr-4:   Old Grey Whistle Test:  DVD    BBC TV - London, England    (VCD > DVD:    incomplete:    58sec)   

Transferred to DVD by me from VCD source

78-Apr-28:   Park West    Chicago, IL    VG+/E-

78-May-15:   California Theatre    San Diego, CA    (Sbd:    2CD)    VG+

Patti definitely had a rough time with just about everyone at this show  (she could use a valium at most of her shows)

78-Oct-17:   Bailey Hall    Cornell University - Ithaca NY    (2CD)    VG/VG+

Earliest recording of Frederick  (debut ?)

79-Apr-21:   Live Undercover   ?    Grugahalle - Essen, Germany    (2CD:    complete)   

This boot might actually be   Rockpalast 1979  or  I'm An American Artist
A great performance, though Chatti Patti strikes again!   Sometimes listed as 79-April-22

79-Apr-21:   Grugahalle    Essen, Germany    (Sbd:    incomplete)    VG+

Sounds like the speed on this one is correct, with Live Undercover sounding just a little fast by comparison

79-Apr-21:   Rockpalast:  DVD    Grugahalle - Essen, Germany    (BT > DVD:    low gen, no menu:    102.48m)    VG+

It is amazing how much time she just wastes between songs doing nothing and rambling
It's nice to see Andi Ostrowe (Patti's assistant & friend), playing tamborine & backing vocals
There is a spiritual-like scene during BTNight when Patti physically interacts w/ the audience + they softly embrace her

79-Apr-21:   Rockpalast  (2011 Rebroadcast):  DVD    Grugahalle - Essen, Germany    (BT > DVD:    PAL)   

79-May-11:   Capitol Theatre    Passaic, NJ    (Not indexed  -  low volume)    VG

A boost in volume would improve this recording immeasurably  -  I'm just not motivated to do it !

79-May-12:   Univ of Massachusetts    Amherst, MA    (Afternoon Show:    A1>CD)    VG+

Opened for the Grateful Dead

79-May-12:   Orpheum Theatre    Boston, MA    (FLAC > 2CD:    Evening Show:    A1>CD)    VG/VG+

I added 67.40m of songs from some 2001 + 2008 shows to Disc 2  (mostly Because The Night + Frederick)
2nd show for her this day and her voice is pretty much shot

79-May-13:   Mother's Day    Tower Theatre - Upper Darby, PA    (Sbd:    2CD:    complete show)    VG+

A superb performance, though she always talks way too much between songs  -  Chatti Patti !
The definitive version of Hymn  -  Rated as Essential Patti Smith Collection Material

79-May-23:   Palladium    New York, NY    (FLAC > CD:    Frederick only)    VG+/E-

Live recording that appeared on the b-side of a 12" promo  (studio Frederick on a-side)

79-May-24:   CBGB    New York, NY    VG+

Bob Dylan Birthday Bash, though Bob's not there

79-June-26:   St Paul Civic Center    St Paul, MN    (2CD)   

Patti sings different lyrics during the prayer section of Frederick  (the only version I have of Frederick where she does this)

79-July-10:   Music Hall    Houston, TX    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG

Weird performance during the 2nd set, slightly surreal  -  Read comment from the taper in the link

79-Aug-11:   Wollman Rink    Central Park - New York, NY    (Afternoon Show:    2CD)    VG+

If you watch the ending scene in the movie Delirious (w/ John Candy), they are skating in Wollman Rink

79-Aug-11:   CBGB    New York, NY    (Evening Show:    2CD)   

79-Aug-31:   Frejus, France    (Sbd:    2CD)    VG+

The band is in very good form this night  -  lively performance of Frederick
cool crowd - definitely with the band

79-Sept-9:   Palasport    Bologna, Italy    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG/VG+

Corrected track order   (see link for further info)

79-Sept-10:   Stadio Communale    Florence, Italy    (3CD)   

The Patti Smith Group's last true show until the 1990's !!!    Includes 10 bonus tracks from earlier shows

80-June-14:   Punch & Judy Benefit Concert    Masonic Temple - Detroit, MI    (2CD)    VG/VG+

Includes performances by Fred Smith's group (Sonic's Rendezvous Band) and Richard Sohl  -  unsure who is backing Patti

97-July-23:   Ask The Angels    Session At West 54th - New York, NY   

01-Aug-18:   Damrosh Park - Lincoln Center    New York, NY    (2CD)    E-

A very good show, with Patti in a great mood  -  maybe her 70's pissiness is finally over

02-Aug-7:   E-Werk    Cologne, Germany    (SHN > 2CD)    VG+




Bruce Springsteen

75-Feb-5:   The Main Point    Bryn Mawr, PA    (2CD)    VG+

Debut of Thunder Road (with some different lyrics) and the only known performance of Chuck Berry's Back In The USA
Does not appear to be either the "The Saint..." or "You Can Trust Your Car" boot

77-Feb-17:   Richfield Coliseum    Cleveland, OH    (SHN > CD)    VG/VG+

Be My Baby only  (w/ Ronnie Spector)  -  This is a bonus track I added to my 78-Aug-22 recording

77 June-Sept:   Rattling The Chains    Darkness Sessions    (SHN > CD)   

Bonus tracks on 78-Sept-30.   I had to cut 2 songs to fit them on Disc 3   (Fast Song #2   +   Candy's Boy #2)

77-78:   American Madness excerpts + Outside The 7-11 Store    Darkness Sessions    (FLAC > CD:    incomplete:    80.46m)    E-

incomplete:  I only grabbed the American Madness tracks of real interest to me

1978:   The Promise    Darkness Sessions    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    VG+

Sounds like NR was used, as the highs are somewhat muted

1978:   June-16 + Sept-17   sbd excerpts    Kansas City + Palladium, NY    (SBD:   FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

Just a personal collection I made  -  complete (or more complete) recordings of these 2 sources are easily available

78-July-7:   Roxy Night    The Roxy, Los Angeles, CA    (FTP:   FLAC > 3CD)    VG+

1st FM broadcast show of the 1978 tour

78-July-8:   The Promise:  DVD    Memorial Coliseum - Phoenix, AZ    (BT > 2 DVD:    inc:    5 songs)    VG+/E-

78-July-16:   New Orleans Night    The Warehouse - New Orleans, LA    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    VG+

78-Aug-4:   Oh Boy    Civic Center - Charleston, West Viginia    (3CD)    VG+/E-

This is the remastered E Street Records version  -  debut of Sherry Darling and a rare performance of Oh Boy

78-Aug-9:   Agora 1978    The Agora Ballroom - Cleveland, OH    (3CD)    VG+/E-

2nd FM broadcast show of the 1978 tour

78-Aug-15:   Largo '78  (audio extract fr dvd)    Capital Centre - Landover, Md    (BT > 3 DVD > 3 CD:    165.14m)    VG+/E-

I removed a bunch of small gaps that were scattered throughout the recording  -  see link for details of the DVD>CD conversion

78-Aug-15:   Largo '78  (HoJo):  DVD    Capital Centre - Landover, Md    (BT > 3 DVD:    165.16m)    VG+/E-

78-Aug-19:   The Jersey Devil    The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA    (2CD:    mostly complete)    VG+

Has Gary Busey singing Rave On  -  debut of Good Rockin' Tonight

78-Aug-19:   Ed Sciaky Reels    Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA    (FLAC > 2CD)    E-

The Sciaky Reels are missing about 10 songs from this show  -  See the link for what I did with this

78-Aug-21:   Madison Square Garden    New York, NY    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    VG/VG+

78-Aug-22:   NYC Darkness - Night Two    Madison Square Garden - New York, NY    (SHN > 3CD:    166.53m)    VG+/E-

Digital clicking on the last two 78-Aug-22 songs   (these were on the sourced SHN files)
I added 8 tracks (49.12m) from 81-Aug-20 + 1 track (3.23m) from 77-Feb-17 (w/ Ronnie Spector) as bonus tracks

78-Aug-31:   Oh Boy    The Agora Club - Cleveland, OH   

3 songs only, which I think is all that exists from this show  -  w/ Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes

78-Sept-3:   Killers In The Sun    Civic Center - Saginaw, Michigan    (FLAC > 3CD)    VG+/E-

78-Sept-17:   Someday We'll Look Back On This    The Palladium - NY    (FTP:   Sbd   SHN > 3CD)    VG+

78-Sept-19:   Passaic Night    Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ    (3CD)    VG+/E-

3rd FM broadcast show of the 1978 tour

78-Sept-19:   Piece De Resistance:  DVD    Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ    (BT > DL DVD:    177.15m:    b+w)    VG+/E-

78-Sept-20:   2nd Night At The Capitol Theatre    Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ    (2CD)    VG+

78-Sept-20:   Miles Hai:  DVD    Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ    (BT > 2 DVD:    168.54m:    b+w)    VG+/E-

78-Sept-21:   Passaic Night    Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ    VG+/E-

Four songs only from this show

78-Sept-30:   The Same Old Played Out Scenes    Fox Theatre - Atlanta, Georgia    (SHN > 3CD)   

I moved two songs from beg of D3 to end of D2 to allow room for 14 Darkness outtakes  -  only known perf of Night Train
4th FM broadcast show of the 1978 tour

78-Nov-2:   It's Dangerous Down There Tonight!    Capital Centre - Largo, MD    (FLAC > CD:    incomplete)    VG+/E-

I only grabbed 54.37m from this recording and put it with the Nils Lofgren 79-Oct-6 recording

78-Nov-14:   Utica Memorial Auditorium    Utica, NY    (FLAC > CD:    75 min:    incomplete)    VG+

I only grabbed the stuff I most listen to, on a single disc  (I already have too much stuff that I never listen to)

78-Dec-8:   The Promise:  DVD    The Summit - Houston, TX    (BT > 2 DVD)    VG+/E-

78-Dec-15:   Winterland Night    Winterland - San Francisco, CA    (FTP:   SHN > 3CD)    VG+/E-

5th and final FM broadcast show of the great 1978 tour   (was there a 6th, earlier broadcast show?)
During this show, Springsteen says:  "..who I'm sure will hear this some day through the magic of bootlegging.
Here's  'Racing In The Street' ".  He's too cool.

78-Dec-19:   Paramount Night    Paramount Theater - Portland, OR    (FTP:   FLAC > 3CD)    VG+/E-

78-Dec-20:   This Is For The Crazies    Seattle Arena - Seattle, WA    (FLAC > 3CD)    VG+/E-

I moved some tracks (keeping the correct order) to add 23.45m of bonus tracks from 78-Aug-19 ('Ed Sciaky Reels')
The band returned 15m after the show ended to perform 2 more songs to a stunned remaining few

78-Dec-31:   The Firecracker Show    Richfield Coliseum - Cleveland, OH    (FLAC > 3CD:    135.20m)    VG+

Last performance of Pretty Flamingo, which was a rare performance of it for this tour (only 3 performed)

79-Jan-1:   Richfield Coliseum    Cleveland, OH    (FLAC > 3CD:    not the 'Meeting Across The River'  boot)    VG+

The final show of the Darkness tour.   Last Streets Of Fire, Meeting Across The River (until 2000/2001), The Fever.
Has some static noises at the very end of Track 6 on Disc 3   (they were present on the sourced FLAC files).

80-Dec-31:   Nassau Night    Nassau Coliseum - Uniondale, NY    (3CD:    223.38m)    VG+/E-

3hrs 43m long !!!

81-Apr-29:   Run Through The Jungle    Ahoy Stadium - Rotterdam, Netherland    (FLAC > 3CD:    153.02m)    VG+

Has 5 bonus tracks from 81-Apr-28 (28.04m)  +  4 bonus tracks from 05-Apr-30 (26.51m)

81-Aug-20:   Sports Arena    Los Angeles, CA    (SHN > CD:    49.12m)    VG+/E-

8 tracks only  -  Bonus tracks I added to my 78-Aug-22 recording

93-Jan-12:    Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Show    (original silver)    E

Bruce joins CCR for their 3 songs

03-Mar-6:   Richmond Coliseum    Richmond, VA    (3CD)    VG+

Has Bruce Hornsby on Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go

05-Apr-30:   Glendale Arena    Phoenix, AZ    (FLAC>CD:    26.51m)    VG+

4 bonus tracks I added to the end of 81-Apr-29

06-April-24:   Rehearsal #2    Convention Hall - Asbury Park, NJ    (FLAC > 2CD)    E-

The Seeger Sessions

09-Oct-29/30:   Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame 25th Anniversary Concert:  DVD    MSGarden - New York, NY    E

09-Dec-13:   The Promise:  DVD    Paramount Theatre - Asbury Park, NJ    (BT > 2 DVD)    E

Darkness On The Edge Of Town performed in its entirety, without an audience




Tangerine Dream    ( once the ultimate improv band ? )

Though I like the Tangerine Tree & Leaves productions, they tend to be a little heavy handed with the
noise reduction and might be better served by leaving their low gen sources less processed


Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann

72-Apr-26:   Virtual File 72-02    SFB Studios (RIAS-FM) - Berlin, Germany    (62.53m)   

Possibly 72-Apr-25  -  This is sometimes incorrectly listed as VF 72-01  (http://www.caby.de/olists/vfiles.txt)
Tracks 1-6  (11m)  may not be Tangerine Dream

72-Nov-25:   Virtual File 72-03    Nachtmusic WDR-FM - Cologne, Germany    (41.25m)   

This is sometimes incorrectly listed as VF 72-02, w/ 72-Apr being incorrectly listed as 72-01  (http://www.caby.de/olists/vfiles.txt)

72-Nov-25:   Tangerine Tree Vol   52    WDR Sendesaal, Klangwald - Cologne, Germany    (FLAC > CD:    78.02m)    VG+/E-

This is a different performance than the above Virtual File 72-03 recording  (see above link for some info)  !!!

73-May-20:   Open Air Festival    Les Ponts de Ce, France    (2CD:    83.51m)   

I've also seen this show listed as 73-May-25

73-Nov-20:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   73    Alhambra Theatre - Saint Ouen, France    (SHN > 2CD:    93.38m)    VG+

I think this show must have just recently surfaced, as I don't think it was previously listed as a known recording
Has some static on louder parts, but overall sounds very good

73-Nov-29:   Tangerine Tree Vol   23    Deutschlandhalle - Berlin, Germany    (Rias FM:    SHN > CD:    40.10m)   

74-July-11:   Tangerine Tree Vol   41    John Peel Show BBC - London, England    (SHN>CD:    22.21m)    E-/E

Frequently incorrectly listed as Chichester, England  (Chicester Festival)
I've been informed by Klaus Beschorner that it's a studio perf, not live, and was bcast by John Peel  (see link for more info)

74-Oct-13:   MetaMusik Festival    Nationalgalerie (National Gallery) - Berlin, Germany    (40.12m)   

74-Oct-13:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   49    Nationalgalerie - Berlin, Germany    (SHN > 2CD:    20.57m)    VG/VG+

74-Oct-29:   Tangerine Tree Vol   2    Sheffield City Hall - Sheffield, England    (43.56m)   

This performance is included on Disc 1 of Tangerine's The Bootleg Box Set, Vol 1  (official release)

74-Oct-30:   Birmingham Town Hall    Birmingham, England    (2CD:    86.18m)    VG

74-Nov-2:   Virtual File 74-05    Liverpool Stadium - Liverpool, England    (2CD:    75.28m)    VG

74-Nov-20:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   52    Kelvin Hall - Glasgow, Scotland    (SHN > 2CD:    86.08m)    VG

Though not great sounding, this is a definite upgrade to the Virtual File 74-06 version  (which I've since given away)

74-Nov-26:   Virtual File 74-07    St George's Hall - Bradford, England    (49.51m)    VG

This has the between song stuff that is cut on the TL version

74-Nov-26:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   47    St George's Hall - Bradford, England    (SHN > CD:    47.14m)    VG/VG+

This is superior to the Virtual File 74-07 version

74-Dec-13:   Reims Cathedral    Reims, France    (2CD:    119.15m)    VG+

Not the FM broadcast version  (which is only 85m)

Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Michael Hoenig

though slightly more mellow, the wonderfully tranquil performances by this short-lived lineup segued perfectly into the slightly more aggressive, though similar shows with Baumann later in 1975, which in my NSHO was Tangerine Dream's peak period and 1975 being their best year


75-Mar-13:   Tangerine Tree Vol   77    Dallas Brookes Hall - Melbourne, Australia    (SHN > 2CD:    84.06m)    VG/VG+

Nice upgrade over my prior version

75-Mar-25:   Festival Theatre    Adelaide, Australia    (2CD:    84.42m  +  unknown 17.08m track )    VG+

Contains an unknown track that I strongly believe is from the Hoenig tour.   See link for my exhaustive explanation.

75-Mar-25:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   20    Adelaide Festival Theatre - Adelaide, Australia    (SHN > 2CD:    86.33m)    VG+/E-

75-Apr-2:   Tangerine Tree Vol   9    Royal Albert Hall - London, England    (2CD:    122.43m)    E-

All but 19m of this performance is included on Discs 2+3 of Tangerine's The Bootleg Box Set, Vol 1  (official release)
I think the missing 19m is from Disc 1 of the above recording

Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann

75-Aug-16:   Tangerine Tree Vol   22    Theatre Antique - Orange, France    (complete:    57.18m)    VG+/E-

75-Autumn:   Ricochet    England + possibly France    (official release:    original silver)    E-

The TTree Vol 7 version of the 75-Oct-23 show has a cleaner sound and is free of any overdubs  -  the music on Ricochet that is from the 75-Oct-23 show is brief when compared to the full concert recording.  IMO this is their best original release album.

"Ricochet is a composite 'live' album, produced from hours of audio tape recorded during the French and British tours.
The only definitively identified source is "Ricochet, Part Two" from the October 23, 1975 concert at Croydon Fairfield Halls."
~ fr Wikipedia

75-Sept-14:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   70    Fête de l'Humanité - Paris, France    (SHN > CD:    72.40m)   

75-Sept-23:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   67    Opera House - Reims, France    (SHN > 2CD:    86.35m)    VG+

75-Oct-4:   Virtual File 75-06    Coventry Cathedral - Coventry, England    (2CD:    90.48m)    VG/VG+

75-Oct-5:   Colston Hall    Bristol, England    (45.13m)   

Though 2CD recordings are ciculating, they include two recordings of the same 45m   (two tape sources)

75-Oct-5:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   49    Colston Hall - Bristol, England    (SHN > 2CD:    44.06m)    VG+

75-Oct-12:   Virtual File 75-08    Town Hall - Birmingham, England    (2CD:    99.30m)    VG+/E-

Tape hiss present at some parts.   Sounds like it is taken from more than one source, as SQ varies a bit

75-Oct-12:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   49    Town Hall - Birmingham, England    (SHN > 2CD:    42.42m)    VG+/E-

75-Oct-14:   Virtual File 75-16    Friars Vale Hall - Aylesbury, England    (34.00m)   

75-Oct-14:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   49    Friars Vale Hall - Aylesbury, England    (SHN > 2CD:    33.56m)    VG+/E-

75-Oct-16:   Liverpool Cathedral    Liverpool, England    (2CD:    96.48m)    VG+/E-

75-Oct-16:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   15    Liverpool Cathedral - Liverpool, England    (SHN > 2CD:    96.52m)    VG/VG+

75-Oct-17:   Virtual File 75-10    Apollo Theatre - Glasgow, Scotland    (2CD:    85.20m)   

Possibly from City Hall

75-Oct-17:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   81    City Hall - Glasgow, Scotland    (SHN > CD:    74.10m)    VG/VG+

75-Oct-19:   Virtual File 75-15    Hardrock Club - Manchester, England    (73.06m)    VG-/VG

Though incomplete, it oddly contains more of the ending music and/or applause of each piece

75-Oct-19:   Hardrock Club    Hardrock Club - Manchester, England    (2CD:    83.39m)    VG+

Much clearer than above  -  the VF75-15 recording is missing the first 10m of Track 1

75-Oct-19:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   38    Hardrock Club - Manchester, England    (SHN > 2CD:    83.55m)    VG+

75-Oct-20:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   3    York Minster Cathedral - York, England    (SHN > CD:    79.37m)    VG+/E-

75-Oct-22:   Olympia Theatre    London, England    (52.17m ?)   

See link for possible corrections and why I'm uncertain about the true recording time

75-Oct-23:   Virtual File 75-13    Fairfield Hall - Croydon, England    (2CD:    Source 1: 67.45m, VG      Source 2: 61.10m, VG+)

Two sources of the same show: Source 1 has noticably inferior SQ, but includes 6 min not on 2nd source, nor TTree 7
Source for Ricochet Pt 2 (before studio overdubs) and Box Set Vol 1, Disc 4 material   (see link for details)

75-Oct-23:   Tangerine Tree Vol   7    Fairfield Hall - Croydon, England    (1st Gen:    SHN > CD:    61.39m)    E-

Source for Ricochet Pt 2 (before studio overdubs) and Box Set Vol 1, Disc 4 material   (see link for details)
Missing 6m that is on Source 1 on Virtual File 75-13 above

75-Dec-1:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   66    Salle de Talence - Bordeaux, France    (42.56m)   

I'm not convinced the date is correct.   To me it sounds more like late 74 - early 75 than late 75 - early 76.
See above link for more detailed info

76-Jan-24:   Tangerine Tree Vol   13    Saarbrücken Universität - Saarbrücken, Germany    (60.07m)   

76-Jan-26:   Nouvel Hippodrome de Paris    Paris, France    (2CD:    108.12m)    VG/VG+

Has some tape cuts.   This is sometimes listed as 76-Jan-23, though I'm not sure which date is actually correct

76-Jan-26:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   68    Hippodrome - Paris, France    (SHN > 2CD:    102.32m)    VG+

My other recording appears to be a little longer, with the difference occuring in Part Two  (unsure if there is tape overlap)

76-Jan-31:   Tangerine Tree Vol   6    Pabellón de la Casilla - Bilbao, Spain    (1st Gen:    2CD:    114.29m)   

Parts 1+2 of this performance are included on Discs 5+6 of Tangerine's The Bootleg Box Set, Vol 1  (official release)

76-Feb-9:   Auditorium Paul-Emile Janson    Université Libre de Bruxelles - Brussels, Belgium    (2CD:    127.16m)   

76-Feb-9:   Tangerine Tree Vol   27    Université Libre de Bruxelles - Brussels, Belgium    (SHN > 2CD:    99.02m)    VG+/E-

76-Feb-11:   RAI-Congrescentrum    Amsterdam, Netherlands    (2CD:    96.20m)    VG+/E-

76-Feb-11:   Tangerine Tree Vol   55    RAI Congress Centrum - Amsterdam, Netherlands    (SHN > 2CD:    104.36m)    E-

76-June-5:   Tangerine Tree Vol   47    Manchester Palace Theatre - Manchester, England    (2CD:    complete:    108.43m)    VG+

I've seen this listed as 76-May-6, but I think that is just a date conversion error  (DD-MM vs MM-DD date formats)

76-June-7:   Virtual File 76-06    Royal Albert Hall - London, England    (2CD:    complete:    97.03m)    VG+

76-June-7:   Royal Albert Hall    London, England    (incomplete:    39.14m)    VG

Incomplete and contains two identical tracks (39.14m each) that are Tracks 1 & 2 (Disc 2) from Virtual Files 76-06.
This surprised me, as I got this from a big player in the Tangerine scene  (Scott Plumer)  who expressed zero concern
for giving me a faulty recording and offered no alternative, so he basically screwed me on this.

76-June-10:   The Dome    Brighton, England    (2CD > Overburned 1CD:    81.51m)    VG+

I added the last 3.19m from TT Vol-81, which mine was missing.   This version sounds much cleaner than TT Vol-81.
TT Vol-81 has muted highs.   You can compare the two at the 8.02 mark on T3 when the Vol-81 source kicks in.
T1 has about 40 secs before the song begins that is not on TT Vol-81

76-June-27:   Tangerine Tree Vol   8    Berlin Philharmonie - Berlin, Germany    (31.31m)   

This performance is included on Disc 7 of Tangerine's The Bootleg Box Set, Vol 1  (official release)
This is also the initial source of their Soundmill Navigator, though SN was supposedly doctored w/ 10min of studio filler

76-Oct-20:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   64    Stadthalle - Hanover, Germany    (SHN > CD:    incomplete show ?:   72.22m)    VG+

76-Oct-21:   Tangerine Tree Vol   45    Philipshalle - Düsseldorf, Germany    (SHN > 2CD:    92.36m)    VG+

76-Oct-27:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   46    Cirkus Krone - Munich, Germany    (SHN > 2CD:    91.59m)    VG+

76-Oct-29:   Elzer Hof    Mainz, Germany    (66.06m)    VG+

76-Oct-29:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   40    Elzer Hof - Mainz, Germany    (SHN > CD:    63.05m)    VG+/E-

76-Oct-31:   Tangerine Tree Vol   13    Mozartsaal - Mannheim, Germany    (2CD:    81.38m)   

76-Nov-3:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   66    Odeon Theatre - Edinburgh, Scotland    (SHN > CD:    47.22m)    VG/VG+

see 74-75: Bordeaux, France for the 75-Dec-1 item fr this release  (which I did not copy: see above link for more info)

76-Nov-5:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   66    Free Trade Hall - Manchester, England    (SHN > CD:    58.52m)    VG/VG+

76-Nov-5:   Free Trade Hall    Manchester, England    (58.23m)    VG/VG+

Sometimes incorrectly listed as 76-Nov-15  (see link for more info)

76-Nov-8:   Tangerine Tree Vol   1    Albert Hall - Nottingham, England    (T1+T2 are 2nd Gen:    79.35m)   

76-Nov-9:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   16    Guild Hall - Portsmouth, England    (SHN > CD:    67.11m)    VG+

76-Nov-12:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   18    Odeon Theatre - Birmingham, England    (SHN > CD:    78.31m)    VG+

76-Nov-13:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   62    Leeds University - Leeds, England    (SHN > CD:    incomplete show ?:    79.46m)    VG/VG+

76-Nov-14:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   23    Fairfield Hall - Croydon, England    (SHN > CD:    77.33m)    VG+/E-

76-Nov-16:   Tangerine Tree Vol   31    L'Ancienne Belgique - Brussels, Belgium    (SHN > CD:    63.58m)    VG+/E-

76-Nov-22:   Paris Palais Du Sport    Paris, France    (2CD:    120.33m)   

76-Nov-22:   Tangerine Tree Vol   19    Palais Du Sport - Paris, France    (SHN > 2CD:    113.45m)    VG+

76-Nov-26:   Pabellon    Barcelona, Spain    (2CD:    91.43m)    VG-/VG

Has more clarity (as well as static) than the TL version, though this looks like it has an mp3 lineage
Overall, this has a cleaner sound but more static than TL87, though TL87 is still full of static  (just slightly less so)

76-Nov-26:   Tangerine Leaves Vol   87    Nuevo Pabellón Deportivo - Barcelona, Spain    (SHN > 2CD:    95.30m)    VG-/VG

This is one HEAVILY processed recording.   The source recording is full of static overloads, which led the tadream to use
more noise reduction than usual (though they always tend to be NR happy).   There is still plenty of static (moreso on D2).

76-Nov-28:   Centre Culturel    Toulouse, France    (BT > 2CD:    96.46m)    VG/VG+

Klaus Schulze    76-Dec-16    Berlin, Germany    (55.14m)    VG+/E-

Has a quick click between the two tracks

77-Mar-31:   The Emerald Beyond    Ford Auditorium - Detroit, MI    (incomplete show:    37.12m)   

77-Apr-4:   Tangerine Tree Vol   4    Lisner Auditorium - Washington DC    (2CD:    109.42m)   

From a WGTB radio broadcast - what a station WGTB was  (the Georgetown Univ radio station)
This show was the source for Encore's Monolight

77-Apr-9:   Patrolling Space Borders    Place des Arts - Montreal, Canada    (incomplete show:    72.49m)   

Klaus Schulze    77-May-4    Rennes, France    (2CD:    90.55m)    VG/VG+

1977-1983:   Untitled Compilation    (58.14m)    VG+

Monolight (77-Apr-4),  Daydream (studio-1983),  Moorland (studio-1983),  Untitled (81-Jan-26)

Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Steve Jolliffe

78-Feb-25:   Philipshalle    Düsseldorf, Germany    (38.48m)    E-

Bonus track on 75-Oct-19 recording




U2

81-85:   Mixed Collection 2    (FLAC > CD:    78.12m)    VG+

not exactly a wide variety of songs

82-85:   Mixed Collection 1    (FLAC > CD:    79.43m)    VG+

not exactly a wide variety of songs

83-June-5:   Under A Blood Red Sky:  DVD    Red Rocks - Morrison, CO    (official release:    remastered edition:    83m)    E-

1984:   Unforgetable Fire Documentary:  DVD    (official release:    28.02m)    E

84-Oct-23:   Saint Herblain Hospatlier    Nantes, France    (70.55m:    incomplete show)    VG+

Has a rare performance of Indian Summer Sky.   Has a few sonic problems, but otherwise VG+

84-Nov-3   Brixton Academy    London, England    (FLAC > 2CD:    50m:    1st Gen)    VG+

84-Nov-21   Rockpop In Concert:  DVD    Dortmunder Westfalenhalle - Dortmund, Germany    (BT > DVD:    50m:    incomplete)    VG+

85-Mar-21:   Univ Of Illinois Pavilion    Chicago, IL    (72.40m:   incomplete show)    E-

Has a few sonic problems, but otherwise great

01-Sept-1:   Slane Castle:  DVD    Slane, Ireland    (official release:    6.25m)    E

Mysterious Ways only




UK

78-May-5:   Odeon Cinema    Edinburgh, Scotland    VG/VG+

Has 22min from another source  (last part of the show that was missing on my better sounding recording)

78-May-15:   Rainbow Theatre    London, England    (FLAC > CD:    72.58m)    VG+

78-June-26:   The Sahara Of Snow    El Mocambo - Toronto    VG+

78-July-11:   Concert Classics    Paradise Theater - Boston, MA    E-

78-July-20:   Riviera Theatre    Chicago, IL    (FM Broadcast)    E-

78-Aug-8:   Penns Landing    Philadelphia, PA    E-




Stevie Ray Vaughan

1977-1990:   SRV:  The Box Set    (3CD + 1DVD:    official release in 2001:    original silvers)   

82-July-17:   Live At Montreux 1982 & 1985:  DVD    Montreux Jazz Festival - Montreux, Switzerland    (official release)   

83-July-11:   Live At The El Mocambo 1983:  DVD    El Mocambo Club - Toronto, Canada    (official release)   

83-Dec-13:   Austin City:  Missing Hearts  Vol. 3    Austin City Limits TV Show - Austin, TX

1983-1989:   Austin City Limits Outtakes:  DVD    Austin, TX    (PBS > VHS > DVD:    55.40 m)    VG+/E-

Contains all tracks on Disc 4 of the Box Set, as well as two additional tracks also from 89-Oct-10
Taped and transferred to DVD by me

84-Aug-25:   Rockpalast:  DVD    Lorelei Festival - St Goarshausen, Germany    (83.43m)    VG+/E-

Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (InConcert > DVR:    Rockpalast promos removed)

1984-1985:   Touch The Sky    Power Station - NY, NY  (1984)   +   Dallas Sound Lab - Dallas, TX  (1985)    (SHN > CD)    E-

Studio outtakes

85-June-7:   Stevie Played A Little Blues    Chicago Blues Festival    Grant Park - Chicago, IL

85-July-15:   Stevie Played A Little Blues    Montreux Jazz Festival    Montreux, Switzerland

85-July-15:   Live At Montreux 1982 & 1985:  DVD    Montreux Jazz Festival - Montreux, Switzerland    (official release)   

85-Dec-7:   Oriental Theater    Milwaukee, WI    (2CD)    VG+

This recording had the title of "Let The Good Times Roll", though I can find no evidence that this title is valid.
The vocals for one of the sets are a little distant, though not too bad.

87-May-7:   Foellinger Auditorium    Urbana, IL    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG+

Rare show in which both Willie The Wimp + The Sky Is Crying were played   (I've only seen 3 shows w/ both)

89-July-30:   Buddy Guy & Stevie Ray Vaughan    (Buddy’s birthday)    Legends Club - Chicago, IL

89-Oct-10:   Austin City:  Missing Hearts  Vol. 3    Austin City Limits TV Show - Austin, TX

89-Oct-10:   SRV:  The Box Set  (Disc 4):  DVD    Austin City Limits TV Show - Austin, TX    (official release:    original silvers)   

90-Jan-30:   Austin City:  Missing Hearts  Vol. 3    Austin City Limits TV Show - Austin, TX

90-Aug-25:   Peace In The Valley    Alpine Valley - East Troy, WI

90-Aug-26:   Alpine Valley    East Troy, WI    (2CD)   

SRV's last performance




Velvet Underground

My interest in VU is pretty much limited to their long songs  -  the earlier the better,  w/ 1966 being by far the best !

1965:   Falling In Love With The Falling Spikes  (inc)    Hedy film soundtrack    (FLAC > CD:    18min)    VG-

The music in intersperced with the dialog, so it's very much a soundtrack  -  interesting but hardly essential
There may have been more VU music not captured here, as the movie is about 70min long

1966:   Searchin For My Mainline  (excerpts)    (SHN > CD:    24.06m)    VG/VG+

tracks 2-4 of disc 1 only

1966:   various 1966 recordings    (FLAC > CD:    8.29m)    VG/VG+

I think this brings to a close my collection of all 1966 Velvet recordings  (at least for the longer tracks)

1966:   A Symphony Of Sound:  DVD    The Factory - New York, NY    (BT > DVD:    67m)    VG+

66-Jan:   A Walk With The Velvet Underground  (excerpts)    The Factory - New York, NY    (SHN > CD:    19min)    VG-

A Symphony Of Sound  -  great early 1966 performance, though the SQ is not great

66-Jan-3:   At The Factory  (Warhol Tapes)    The Factory - NY, NY    (MP3 > FLAC > CD:    54.54m)   

66-Jan:   Uptight #3  +  Boston Tea Party:  DVD    New York, NY  +  Boston, MA    (BT > DVD)    VG+

66-Feb-6:   At The Factory  (Warhol Tapes)    The Cinematheque - NY, NY    (MP3 > FLAC > CD:    12.03m)   

66-Mar-7:   At The Factory  (Warhol Tapes)    The Factory - NY, NY    (MP3 > FLAC > CD:    5.40m)   

Note: Converted to WAV from MP3 source !!!   This boot was mastered fr an MP3  (ie all copies are MP3 sourced)

66-Apr:   Caught Between The Twisted Stars    The Dom - New York, NY    (FLAC > CD:    26.12m)   

One song, listed as Chic Mystique  -  Another essential 1966 recording
Rated as Essential Velvet Collection Material

66-Summer:   Falling In Love With The Falling Spikes  (inc)    Chelsea Girls film soundtrack    (FLAC > CD:    22min)    VG-/VG

The music in intersperced with the dialog, so it's very much a soundtrack  -  interesting but hardly essential
There may have been more VU music not captured here, as the full movie is about 210min long

1966:   Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable:  DVD    Dir: Ronald Nameth    (BT > DVD:    12.06m)    E-

66-Nov-4:   Caught Between The Twisted Stars    Valleydale Ballroom - Columbus, Ohio    (FLAC > CD:    95.57m)   

By far my single favorite Velvet performance  -  I think 1966 was their peak for live shows.
Melody Laughter (30.04m) + Nothing Song (28.28m) are just unbelievable and ahead of their time and
progressive in a way that none of the psychedilic groups ever came close to.
Rated as Essential Velvet Collection Material

1966-1970:   Caught Between The Twisted Stars    (FLAC > 3CD:    Discs 1-3)    VG-/VG

Great disc w/ lots of killer 1966 stuff, as well as some lengthy tracks fr other shows  -  has a great ad for their EPI gigs  (66-May 3-5)

1968-1969:   Long Songs 1    (FLAC > CD)    VG/VG+

A self-made compilation I made of long VU tracks that I acquired

1968-1969:   Long Songs 2    (FLAC > CD)    VG/VG+

A self-made compilation I made of long VU tracks that I acquired

1968-1969:   Long Songs 3    (FLAC > CD)    VG/VG+

A self-made compilation I made of long VU tracks that I acquired

1968-1969:   Long Songs 4    (FLAC > CD)    VG

A self-made compilation I made of long VU tracks that I acquired

68-70  ?:   A Walk With The Velvet Underground  (excerpts)    Uncertain Origin    (SHN > CD:    18min)    VG/VG+

Falling In Love With The Falling Spikes  -  often listed as being fr 1965, but that appears to be incorrect (see note in above link)

69-Oct-19:   A Walk With The Velvet Underground  (excerpts)    End Of Cole Ave - Dallas, Texas    (SHN > CD:    13min)    VG/VG+

Sister Ray




The Who

1965-1978:   The Kids Are Alright:  DVD    (official release:    109.07m)    E-

68-Dec-10:   Close But No Cigar    Intertel Studios - London, England    (FLAC > CD:    23.01m)    VG+/E-

3 rehearsal performances of A Quick One for The Rolling Stones Rock & Roll Circus  -  performed in front of an audience
Place on the end of the 70-July-7 Tangled Up In Who disc 2

1968/1969:   Tommy Demos    Pete Townsend's studio - England    E-


Apparently The Who pulled a Robert Johnson and sold their soul to the devil shortly after the Dec 1968 Circus show.  By the time they began performing Tommy in 1969, they had emerged as a group completely reborn.  Daltrey had become the golden-haired god and Townsend, Entwistle and Moon were firing on all cylinders, jamming like they never had before nor would again after 1970.

69-May-25:   Merriweather Post Pavilion    Columbia, MD    (FLAC > CD:    76.37m)    VG/VG+

one of the earliest circulating recordings of the Tommy material

69-June-8:   Guthrie Theater    Minneapolis, MN    (SHN > 2CD:    early show:    84.06m)    VG+/E-

has a great 19.34m jam at the end

69-June-19:   1st Gen    Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA    (FLAC > 2CD:    89.11m)    VG+

A nice improvement over my prior version

69-Aug-17:   Woodstock Music & Art Fair:  DVD    Bethel, NY    (DVD > CD:    71.44m)    VG/E-

Absolutely Killer performance. 
Compiled fr 3 dvd sources:  below 46.27m dvd,  Who perf fr the Woodstock movie,  the Woodstock footage fr TKAA
The Who could not have asked for a better timeslot.  Hitting the stage around 4.30 - 5 am Sunday morning, and walking off just as the sun was gently lighting up the pastoral New York sky.  Just beautiful.
Their performance at Woodstock was superb.  The whole band was very aggressive  -  one of their best performances ever, imo.

69-Aug-17:   Woodstock Music & Art Fair #1:  DVD    Bethel, NY    (BT > RAR > DVD:    46.27m:    b+w *)    VG+

Contains a good portion of their Woodstock performance (about 75%)  -  * all but the last 5m of this is b+w)
I added additional Woodstock & Tommy related material to this, bringing the total disc time to 89.46m
See link for additional info

69-Aug-17:   Woodstock Music & Art Fair #2:  DVD    Bethel, NY    (BT > RAR > DVD:    45.50m:    b+w)    VG+

Save as above b+w footage, except this is all b+w, has less missing sections and includes Summertime Blues
The above source (#1) has noticeably better sound

69-Aug-31:   Isle Of Wight Festival:  DVD    Isle Of Wight, England    (BT > DVD:    62.31m:    b+w)    VG+

Contains an additional 11.24m of bonus material, bringing the total disc time to 73.55m

69-Sept-29:   Prof Stoned Definitive Remaster    Het Concertgebouw - Amsterdam, The Netherlands    (FLAC > 2CD:    123.26m)    E

69-Oct-19:   The Electric Factory    Philadelphia, PA    (SBD:    FLAC > CD:    1st Show:    38.59m    incomplete)    E

beautiful soundboard recording  -  has a great version of My Generation

69-Oct-22:   Accept No Substitute  (fixed version)    Fillmore East - New York, NY    (FLAC > CD:    50.54m)    E-/E

69-Nov-2:   Higher Education    McDonough Gymnasium, Georgetown Univ - Washington, DC    (FLAC > CD:    46.00m)    E-

Smoking Performance

69-Dec-16:   At The Coliseum 1969:  DVD    Coliseum - London, England    (official release:    143.21m)    VG+/E-

a superb performance  -  they were firing on all cylinders at this point of the tour.  the peformance of Sparks is insane.

69-Dec-16:   At The Coliseum 1969    Coliseum - London, England    (DVD > 2CD:    141.06m)    VG+/E-

I boosted the bass of the 2 disc (via Audacity), as it was significantly lacking in lower frequencies)

70-Jan-16:   Théâtre des Champs-Élysées    Paris, France    (FLAC > 2CD:    111.12m)    VG/VG+

The SQ varies a bit on this, but the performance is very good

70-Feb-14:   Live At Leeds  (Deluxe Edition)    Refectory Hall, Leeds Univ - Yorkshire, England    (2CD:    official release:    127.03m)    VG+

Though not a bad performance, it's definitely not one of their better ones, when compared to their other 1969-1970 shows
The mix is uneven:  Townsend is upfront, but Entwistle + Moon are way too low in the mix  -  also, the highs are muted)

70-June-15:   Community Theatre    Berkeley, CA    (FLAC > 2CD:    122.43m)    VG/VG+

about this venue/show, Pete said: "Fucking amazing sounding room !"  -  rare perf of The Seeker during the Tommy tour
a slightly uneven sounding recording compiled from 2 sources (the main one is VG+, the secondary one is VG at best)

70-July-7:   Tanglewood '70:  DVD    Tanglewood Theatre - Lenox, MA    (BT > DVD:    90.02m)    VG/VG+

Killer performance  -  Compiled from 3 sources, each one in slightly less quality than the prior one

70-July-7:   Tangled Up In Who    Tanglewood Theatre - Lenox, MA    (SHN > 2CD)    VG+

Includes 71.20m of bonus material:   69-June-18  (16.23m) ;  69-June-19  (17.50m) ;  69-Sept-29  (13.59m) ;  68-Dec-11  (23.01m)

70-Aug-29:   Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival:  DVD    Isle Of Wight, England    (official release:    133.02m)    E-

70-Aug-29:   Live At The Isle Of Wight Festival    Isle Of Wight, England    (DVD > 2CD)    94.01m)    E-

70-Sept-21:   1970-09-21 Aarhus    Vejlby-Risskov Hallen - Aarhus, Denmark    (FLAC > 2CD:    93.16m)    VG+/E-

The band at this point seems to be coasting a bit, possibly due to exhaustion from the long Tommy tour,
or maybe they were just getting tired of playing the same basic setlist for so long  (as great as it was)

1971:   Next Sessions    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

71-Apr-26:   The Young Vic Theatre    Waterloo, South London, England    VG+

77-Dec-15:   At Kilburn 1977:  DVD    Kilburn Gaumont State - Kilburn, England    (official release:    65.40m)    E-




Johnny Winter

69-July-2:   Fillmore West    San Francisco, CA    (1st Gen Tape > FLAC > CD)    VG/VG+

Has I'm Yours And I'm Hers  -  I included 11min from 69-July-6 that includes more slide and another I'm Yours..
I also added the Stones' only performance of I'm Yours.. , also from the exact same time period

69-Sept-1:   Texas International Pop Festival    Dallas, TX    (Sbd:    SHN > CD:    42min)    VG+/E-

I added this to the end of the 74-Nov-7 show

70-Mar-7:   Olympic Auditorium    Los Angeles, CA    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

Starts off very rough but improves shortly thereafter

71-Feb-1:   Kunserthuset    Stockholm, Sweden    (FLAC > CD:    Speed Corrected)    VG+/E-

With Rick Derringer !

71-June-24:   Mr White Blues    Fillmore East - New York, NY    (Sbd:    SHN > CD:    25min)    VG+

74-Mar-30:   San Diego, CA    (sbd:    FLAC > CD:    39min)    VG+

On same disc as  1978 England

74-Nov-7:   Jahrhunderthalle    Frankfurt, Germany    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG+/E-

75-Apr-3:   Maple Leaf Gardens    Toronto, Canada    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

75-June-7:   School's Out Jam    Tad Gormley Stadium - New Orleans, LA    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

75-July-11:   Palace Theater    Waterbury, Connecticut    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

75-Sept-19:   Dervish Blues    San Bernardino, CA    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

Superb guitar playing throughout  -  my favorite Winter recording

76-May-13:   Maple Leaf Gardens    Toronto, Canada    (FLAC > CD)    VG/VG+

78-Sept-8:   Pre-FM SBD WLIR    My Father's Place - Roslyn, NY    (FLAC > 3CD)    VG+/E-

Johnny is pretty drunk this night, but still manages to smoke his guitar

1978:   England    (FM bcast:    FLAC > CD:    41min)    VG+

On same disc as  74-Mar-30  -  this may be from 1979

83-Oct-24:   Red House    Stockholm,Sweden    (FLAC > 2CD > Overburn > 1CD:    81.38m)    E-

84-July-5:   Mr White Blues    Montreux Jazz Festival - Montreux, SZ    (Sbd:    SHN > CD:    30min)    E-




Yardbirds

1965-1968:   Live At The BBC    BBC Studios - London, England    (official release:    FLAC > CD:    77.00m)    E

66-May-1:   NME Pollwinners:  DVD    Empire Pool - London, England    (BT > VCD > DVD:    b+w:    4.50m)    VG+

w/ Beck + Dreja on guitars and Paul Samwell-Smith on bass  -  Transferred to DVD by me from VCD source

67-Mar-15:   Stadthallev:  DVD    Offenbach, Germany    (BT > VCD > DVD:    b+w:    4.41m)    VG+

w/ Jimmy Page on guitar and Dreja on bass  (w/o Jeff Beck)  -  Transferred to DVD by me from VCD source

67-July-22:   Santa Monica Civic Auditorium    Santa Monica, CA    (FLAC > CD:    35.33m)    VG/VG+

A very uneven sounding recording, with the guitar being pretty loud & clear but all else is quieter & a bit distorted
I added this to the end of the 68-Mar-30 disc

68-Mar-30:   Anderson Theatre    NY, NY    (sbd:    FLAC > CD:    45.03m)    E-

Great sound and blistering performance, though the fake applause that crops up periodically is mildly annoying

68-Mar-30:   New York Rehearsal Gig    Anderson Theatre - NY, NY    (aud:    FLAC > CD)    VG/VG+

Audience source of the above show and w/o the added fake applause  -  you are able to hear the concert as it sounded,
while the above had some things high or lower or cut in the mix

68-May-31:   Shrine Auditorium    Los Angeles, CA    (FLAC > CD:    78.36m)    VG/VG+

68-June-1:   Shrine Auditorium    Los Angeles, CA    (FLAC > CD:    47.35m)    VG/VG+

Though the sound isn't great, the performance is top notch  (especially Page & Relf)  -  the band was going out in top form
I added 3 Yardbird tracks from other performances, bringing the total time to 56.23m




Yes & related

1968-1991:   YesYears:  DVD    (official release:    original VHS > DVD:    134.55m)

Transferred to DVD by me

1969:   French TV:  VCD    Ile-De-France - Paris, France    (BT > VCD:    5.48m)   

1969:   French TV:  DVD    Ile-De-France - Paris, France    (BT > VCD > DVD:    5.48m)   

Transferred to DVD by me from VCD source

1969-1971:   Yes EP:  DVD    Beat Club - Bremen, Germany    (BT > DVD:    18.30m)   

Contains footage of both the Banks & Howe lineups

1969-1972:   Studio Outtakes Collection    (FLAC > 4CD:    266.42m)    E-

Studio Outtakes from their first five albums

1970:   Rock Of The 70s:  VCD    Belgian TV    (BT > VCD:    26.12m)   

1970:   Rock Of The 70s:  DVD    Belgian TV    (BT > VCD > DVD:    26.12m)   

Transferred to DVD by me from VCD source

70-Aug-9:   The Model For Success    Plumpton Jazz Festival - Essex, England    (25.02m)    VG

71-Jan-25:   Encore Jam w/ Iron Butterfly    Falconer Theatre - Copenhagen, Denmark    (FLAC > CD:    10.46m)

The Encore Jam (10.46m) is the only music w/ Yes on this Iron Butterfly recording

71-Mar-27:   Cracks Appeared In The Air    Berlin Arts Festival    Deutschlandhalle - Berlin, Germany    (40.59m)    VG-/VG

71-Apr-16:   Boblingen Sportshalle    Stuttgart, Germany    (incomplete:    33.41m)

71-May-10:   Milano Stage '71    Teatro Lirico - Milan, Italy    (73.27m)    VG

71-May-11:   2001    Teatro Di Brancaccio - Rome, Italy    (73.22m)    VG

The SQ for Howe's acoustic track is VG-

71-June-5:   Perpetual Change    Eissporthalle - Berlin, Germany    (original silver:    m)

America only  -  the rest are July-24

71-June-5:   Eissporthalle    Berlin, Germany    (complete ?:    40.51m)    VG/VG+

The audience recording sounds better than the radio broadcast source
The aud portion is 40.51m and includes the 2001 opening + YIND, which are not on the radio bcast, plus a longer Perp Change
The radio bcast is 34.37m and includes America, which is not on the aud source

71-July-14:   Capitol Theatre    Port Chester, NY    (incomplete:    16.01m)    VG

Three songs only, which I believe is all that is circulating

71-July-15:   Capitol Theatre    Port Chester, NY    (incomplete:    43.14m)    VG/VG+

Missing It's Love (11min), which is circulating

71-July-23:   Gaelic Park    Bronx, NY    First US tour w/ Howe    (52.32m)   

71-July-24:   Perpetual Change    Yale Bowl - New Haven, Conn    (original silver:    39.30m)

A little brighter, louder, and more open than my Master Tape one.
Also has the guitar up-front and the drums-bass lower in the mix.

71-July-24:   Yale Bowl    New Haven, Conn    (fr Master Tape:    39.41m)

Has a more even mix than Perp Change, with the drums-bass more even with the guitars. A little lower in volume than PC.
Both are great, it's a matter of taste and the bonus tracks.

71-July-31:   The Model For Success    Crystal Palace - London, England    (48.21m)    VG/VG+

71-Aug-23:   Yes Sessions    Crystal Palace - London, England    (7.14m)    VG

All Good People only  -  Tony Kaye's last show

71-Sept:   Yes Sessions    Advision Studios - London, England    (7.50m)    E-

Roundabout demo


IMO, the 71-Sept shows mark the beginning of Yes' killer live period:   71-Sept  -  1974


71-Oct-2:   St George's Concert Hall    Bradford, England    (South Of The Sky:    5.56m)    P-

Possibly the worst sounding recording I have ever heard  (Howe is the easiest to hear, but it's all relative)

71-Oct-3:   Yes Sessions    Hemel Hempstead Pavilion - Hemel Hempstead, England    (16.56m)    E-

All pieces are excerpts  -  which is a shame as the performance seems top notch  (and the SQ is great)
Good news is that you get 8min of Yours Is No Disgrace  (including ALL of Howe's spot)
There is some concern as to the true date of this and the Oct-4 material  (are both from the same date ?)

71-Oct-3:   'Sounding Out' BBC Special:  VCD    Hemel Hempstead Pavilion - Hemel Hempstead, England    (BT > VCD:    24.30m)    VG-

71-Oct-3:   'Sounding Out' BBC Special:  DVD    Hemel Hempstead Pavilion - Hemel Hempstead, England    (BT > VCD > DVD:  24.30m)    VG-

Transferred to DVD by me from VCD source

71-Oct-3:   'Sounding Out' BBC Special:  DVD    Hemel Hempstead Pavilion - Hemel Hempstead, England    (24m)    E-

Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (VH1 Classics: BBC Crown Jewels > DVR:    commercials removed)
The difference in picture quality between this and the previously circulating version is night & day
By far, the highlight of this is the 8+ min of Yours Is No Disgrace  (including ALL of Howe's spot  -  prime Howe)

71-Oct-6:   Greens Playhouse    Glasgow, Scotland   (Master Tape > FLAC > CD:    81.05m)    VG+

An excellent performance and one of the earliest of this classic but short-lived lineup  -  Smoking performance of Yours Is No Disgrace

71-Oct-11:   A Venture Seeker    Wolverhampton Civic Hall - Wolverhampton, England    (2CD:    original silvers:    82.59m)    VG

Great aggressive performance by the band.  All are in top form

71-Oct-11:   This News Is Captured!   (Shaun T Remaster)    Wolverhampton Civic Hall - Wolverhampton, England   (FLAC > 2CD:    85.29m)   

71 - 72:   Fish   71-72    (73.07m)   

a collection of all circulating recordings of Fish from the 1971-1972 shows, including Howe's wonderful opening segments

71-Oct-16:   Newcastle City Hall    Newcastle, England    (77.19m)    VG/VG+

71-Nov-14:   7 from 71 Vol. 6    International Amphitheatre - Chicago, IL    (51.59m)    VG

71-Nov-24:   Shaun Toole Remaster    Academy Of Music - New York, NY    (FLAC > CD:    63.11m)    VG+

72-Jan-21:   The White Album    Amsterdam Concert Hall - Amsterdam, Netherlands    (original silver:    37.51m)

72-Feb:   America  promo:  VCD    Advision Studios - London, England    (BT > VCD:    8.32m)   

I think this is a filmed performance (ie they're not really playing)  -  still absolutely amazing to watch this short-lived lineup
Everyone in the band looks like they're having a great time

72-Feb:   America  promo:  DVD    Advision Studios - London, England    (BT > VCD > DVD:    8.32m)   

Transferred to DVD by me from VCD source

72-Feb-23:   Cracks Appeared In The Air    Academy Of Music - New York, NY    (28.12m)    VG+

72-Mar-10:   Not Fragile    Winterland Theatre - San Francisco    (2CD  Highland:    90.25m)    VG

72-Mar-10:   Winterland Theatre    San Francisco, CA    (A0 > DAT > 2CD:    92.39m)    VG+

Howe does a superb intro to a killer performance of Fish - probably my favorite perf of Long Distance.. > Fish

72-Mar-15:   Master Tape    Los Angeles Forum - Inglewood, CA    (FLAC > CD:    49.44m)    VG+

72-Mar-16:   Tuscon Community Center    Tucson AZ    (FTP:   SHN > CD:    63.28m)    VG+

72-Mar-17:   Swing Auditorium    San Bernardino, CA    (Maser Reel tape:   FLAC > CD:    48.13m)    VG+/E-

Perpetual Change has first Steve and then Chris noodling around with Bill towards the end of his drum solo,
something I've never heard them do before. Very nice.

72-July-30:   Memorial Auditorium    Dallas, TX    (60.31m)

First show with Alan White  -  has the first performance of America since 71-July-31 and the last one until 96-Mar-4 !

72-Aug-13:   Merriweather Post Pavilion    Columbia, MD    (2nd gen:    75.13m)    E-

Beautiful sound and mix, though has a few minor glitches (especially during HOTS).
Howe is on fire during YIND (as is the whole band). One of the best I've heard.

72-Aug-13:   25th Anniversary Remaster    Merriweather Post Pavilion - Columbia, MD    (FLAC > CD:    77.22m)    E-

Has same glitches mentioned in other recording

72-Aug-14:   Down At The Edge    Dillion Stadium - Hartford, Connecticut    (2CD:    94.12m)   

The first recorded performance of Close To The Edge

72-Aug-16:   Gaelic Park    Bronx, NY    (75.27m)

72-Sept-4:   Guessing Problems Only    Kelvin Hall - Glasgow, Scotland    (2CD:    93.20m)    VG/VG+

72-Oct-30:   Chord Of Life    Waterloo University - Kitchener, Ontario, Canada    (2CD:    87.39m)    VG/VG+

Songs are definitely out of order and Howe is low in the mix  (argh!  -  as it is a good night for him)
Superb performance of Yours Is No Disgrace (which cuts early)

72-Nov-20:   Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum    Uniondale, NY    (2CD:    89.31m)    VG/VG+

Howe is a little low in the mix  (argh!)

72-Dec-15:   Yessongs:  DVD    Rainbow Theatre - London, England    (official release:    75.00m)    VG+/E-

73-Mar-10:   Japanniversary   (Shaun T Remaster)    Kanda Kyoritsu Koudou - Tokyo, Japan    (2CD:    112.25m)    VG+

Good show. HOTS sounds very similar to Yessongs version  -  possibly that recording was from a show around this time.

73-Mar-12:   And You And I    Shibuya Public City Hall - Osaka, Japan    (2CD:    112.03m)    VG+/E-

Howe is a little low in the mix, though not too bad

73-Apr-21:   Tampa Stadium    Tampa, FL    (39.30m)

Roundabout, Starship Trooper, CTTE only  (this currently all that is circulating for this show)
CTTE is in lesser SQ  -  ST has a great, random drum banging intro that works like a charm

73-Nov-1:   Yes Sessions    BBC Studio - London, England    (20.57m)    VG/VG+

The Revealing Science Of God

73-Nov-18:   Revealing The Oceans    Hippodrome - Bristol, England    (2CD:    99.43m)   

3rd Topographic show, earliest known recorded performance

73-Nov-27:   Du Soleil    Sheffield City Hall - Sheffield, England    (2CD:    original silvers:    130.18m)   

73-Dec-6:   Apollo Theatre    Glasgow, Scotland    (2CD:    138.35m)    VG-/VG

73-Dec-10:   Empire Theatre    Edinburgh, Scotland    (2CD:    80.05m)    VG

Get this show elsewhere  -  it is very incomplete, which I was not told about  -  a complete recording exists
There is a screw-up in the beginning of Revealing Science and Jon sings from the beginning again.

74-Feb-9:   Tampa Stadium    Tampa, FL    (2CD:    119.31m)    VG-/VG

Has Wakeman solo during intermission
An index / fix-up from hell  -  see link for details !

74-Feb-13:   Baltimore Civic Center    Baltimore, Maryland    (39.22m)    G/VG-

Currently only the 2nd Tales recording that has a Wakeman Intermission Solo (the other being 74-Feb-9)

74-Feb-15:   Live In New Haven    New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum - New Haven, CT    (2CD:    121.54m)   

74-Feb-16:   Spectrum    Philadelphia, PA    (2CD:    114.32m)    VG/VG+

Yours Is No Disgrace was played, somewhat rare for this tour

74-Feb-17 ?:   Ed Sciaky interviews Jon Anderson about the Tales From Topographic Oceans tour    (FLAC > CD:    16.09m)    E-

74-Feb-18:   Tales From Madison Square Garden    Madison Square Garden - New York, NY    (2CD:    missing encore:    129.42m)   

Though is supposed to be the complete show, minus the encore, it has the same CTTE material that is on
My 74-Feb-20  (though in lesser quality than on my 74-Feb-20 discs)  -  I'm unsure of true date for CCTE material

74-Feb-20:   Madison Square Garden    New York, NY    (2CD:    missing encore:    130.49m)   

The CTTE material is the same as on my 74-Feb-18, though the SQ on this is better
At this point, unsure of true date for the CCTE material

74-Feb-26:   Boston Gardens    (MP Remaster)    Boston, MA    (SHN > 2CD:    143.28m)    VG+

Howe had a very good night in Boston

74-Feb-27:   Shaun Toole Remaster    Cobo Hall - Detroit, MI    (SHN > CD:    49.45m)    VG+

74-Feb-28:   Tour Of The Oceans    Cobo Hall - Detroit, MI    (2CD:    original discs:    133.21m)   

Still my favorite Tales show  -  possibly the last complete performance of Topographic Oceans

74-Mar-10:   Memphis Cook Convention Center    Memphis, TN    (3CD:    177.46m)   

Discs 1 & 2 are from the Tales From Memphis boot  -  Disc 3 is from the MasterSeries boot

74-Mar-18:   Los Angeles Forum    Los Angeles, CA    (2CD:    106.42m)    VG+/E-

74-Mar-19:   The Four Main Scriptures    Long Beach Arena - Long Beach, CA    (2CD:    129.59m)   

74-Apr-23:   Palazzo Di Palaeur Dello Sport    Rome, Italy    (2CD:    107.08m)    VG

The last Topographic tour show and the last performance with Wakeman pre 1977
Very little bass.   Overall, much better SQ than I expected

74-Nov-20:   Madison Square Garden    New York, NY    (A2 > 2CD:    118.49m)   

74-Nov-21:   Buffalo Memorial Auditorium    Buffalo, NY    (2CD:    116.20m)    VG/VG+

74-Nov-28:   TooleMan Edition 2008    Jai Alai Fronton - Miami, FL    (FLAC > 2CD:    114.54m)    VG+

74-Nov-30:   Atlantis   (Shaun T Remaster)    Omni Coliseum - Atlanta, GA    (SHN > 2CD:    105.39m)    VG/VG+

74-Dec-5:   Tulsa Convention Center Arena    Tulsa, OK    (South Of The Sky only, cuts early:    4.44m)

74-Dec-11:   Full Lestat Audio Projects Remaster    Boston Gardens - Boston, MA    (Master Cassette:    FLAC > 2CD:    113.37m)    E-

Includes the long missing Ritual !  -  I included at the end a nice closing comment by a DJ when this was b'cast on WMMR
Superb, aggressive performance by the entire band  -  they had a very good night in Boston

74-Dec-11:   The WMMR Broadcast    Boston Gardens - Boston, MA    (2CD:    tape fr radio source:    83.20m)    VG+

Has a cool closing comment by the WMMR DJ   -   Sourced from my tape,  transferred by Paul S.
Superb, aggressive performance by the entire band  -  they had a very good night in Boston

74-Dec-11:   Siberian Khatru CA '74    Boston Gardens - Boston, MA    (original silver:    37.19m)

3 songs from 74-Dec-11, the others are 78-Oct-28


IMO, the 1974 shows were the last of Yes' killer live period:   71-Sept  -  1974


75-May-10:   Queenspark    London, England    (2CD:    138.39m)    E-

SQ is E but the mix varies, which sometimes kills the sound  (eg Anderson's guitar is louder than Howe's in Sound Chaser !)

75-May-10:   Live At Queen's Park:  DVD    QPR Football Ground - London, England    (official release:    Disc 2 only:    82m)    E-

This SQ on disc 2 is much better than disc 1, which has serious problems

75-June-21:   The White Album    Hollywood Bowl - Hollywood, California    (original silver:    22.20m)

Gates Of Delirium only, rest is 1972

75-June-23:   Soon The Light    Long Beach Arena - Long Beach, CA    (2CD:    134.29m)   

76-May:   Roanoke Civic Center Coliseum    Roanoke, VA    (57.47m)    VG-

Rehearsals for upcoming tour

76-May-28:   Excerpt From Solo Album    Roanoke Civic Center Coliseum - Roanoke, VA    (77.53m)    VG-/VG

A very good performance, though you have to listen to hear it, as the SQ is not good
The only circulating recording with all the solo songs, which is a shame as I think it worked out great

76-Sept:   Making For The One    Montreux, SZ    studio sessions    (2CD  Highland:    original silvers:    109.51m)   

1976-1977:   Going For The One Sessions 1:  DVD    Mountain Studios - Montreux, Switzerland    (VHS > DVD:    58.51m)    VG/VG+

For the most part, this offers footage not on the longer version  (see link and below comparision for complete info)
Has better SQ than the 120min version  -  Transferred to DVD by me

1976-1977:   Going For The One Sessions 1 + 2 Comparison   

1976-1977:   Going For The One Sessions 2:  DVD    Mountain Studios - Montreux, Switzerland    (BT > DVD:    120.28m)    VG+

For the most part, these two versions offer footage not on the other  (see link and above comparision for complete info)
Has better VQ than the 59min version  -  Transferred to DVD by me

77-Nov-12:   Swan Lake Stories    Scandinavium - Gothenburg, Sweden    (2CD  Highland:    108.51m)    VG+

77-Nov-28:   Deutschlandhalle    Berlin, Germany    (4 songs only:    20.47m)    VG+

78-May:   Yes Sessions    Advision Studios - London, England    (3 studio outtakes:    14.09m)    E-

78-Oct-6:   Los Angeles Forum    Los Angeles, CA    (2 songs only:    22.10m)    E-

Starship Trooper and On The Silent Wings Of Freedom only

78-Oct-28:   Siberian Khatru CA '74    Wembley Arena - Wembley, England    (original silver:    26.03m)

3 songs from 78-Oct-28, the others are 74-Dec 11

78-Oct-28:   Wembley Arena    Wembley, England    (48.40m:    incomplete)   

Recorded from the King Biscuit Flour Hour broadcast

79-June-30:   A Final Farewell    Hollywood Sportatorium - Pembroke Pines, FL    (2CD:    150.09m)    VG+

The last classic Yes show... taped by a bunch of idiots

79-Oct:   Golden Age    Unknown Studio - Paris, France    (original silver:    27.36m)

Outtakes just before Anderson + Wakeman left  -  also includes 17.15m of Howe & Squire performing material from solo lp's

80-Sept-6:   MSGarden    New York, NY    We Can Fly From Here   (this song only, w/ intro by Trevor Horn:    4.25m)

7th Drama show

80-Sept-16:   Rochester War Memorial    Rochester, NY   (1st or 2nd gen *:    73.24m)    VG+/E-

* My source got his recording directly from the taper
What a great, underrated tour this was  -  I would rather see this tour than any post Drama show

Early 1980s:   Various interviews w/  Anderson, Howe, Squire, Rabin       (4 min)

Steve Howe & Alan White    promo for   WVBU - Bucknell University Radio    (recorded sometime prior to 1985:    16 sec)

Bucknell University was my undergraduate school
I was a DJ on WVBU and occasionally played this promo during my Art Rock / Progressive Jazz show  (called Zoso)

X-Yes Zeppelin   (XYZ)    81-Apr    New Pipers Studio    Surrey, England    (demos:    20.36m)   

Asia  (w/ Greg Lake)    83-Dec    Budokan Hall    Tokyo, Japan    (tape-from radio > CD:    44.25m:    incomplete perf)    E-

I'm not completely certain of the true date  -  I originally had it listed as 83-Dec-6, but I'm not sure that is correct

ABWH    89-Aug-5    Merriweather Post Pavilion    Columbia, Maryland    (Master Tape:    142.40m)    VG+

Nice upgrade over my prior recording
I was there, inside the pavilion !!!  -  7th show of the tour

ABWH    89-Sept-9    ABWH Live: An Evening Of Yes Music Plus:  DVD    Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountainview, CA    (152m)   

has Jeff Berlin filling in for a sick Tony Levin

ABWH    90-Mar-22    DAR Constitution Hall    Washington, DC    (1st Gen:    FLAC > 2CD:    138.10m)    VG+/E-

I was there !!!  -  only 1 ABWH show was played after this one

91-June-28/30:   Wembley Arena    Wembley, England    (tape-from radio > CD:    55.46m)    E-

Incomplete  -  has some minor distortion.    An enjoyable performance from the Union tour, though not a killer show

Steve Howe    1991  ?    Clap based medley       (TV > VHS > DVD:    5.32m)    VG+

96-Mar-6:   Fremont Theater    San Luis Obispo, CA    (3CD:    169.07m)   

99-Oct-31:   House Of Blues:  DVD    Las Vegas, NV    (TV > VHS > DVD:    46.14m:    incomplete)

Taped and transferred to DVD by me  (commercials removed)




Neil Young

Neil Young    70-Feb-25    Music Hall    Cincinnati, Oh    (soundboard:    2CD:    88.47m *)   

Debut performance of 7 songs  (see link for details)  -  includes 8 bonus tracks, including a rare Oh Lonesome Me fr 70-Feb-28
This is the correct date, not the Feb-10 or Feb-20 some give.   Feb-25 was Neil's FIRST 1970 show.
* 88.47m for the 70-Feb-25 set only   -   126.42m w/ the bonus material

Neil Young    70-Mar-6    Fillmore East    New York, NY    (soundboard:    from 1st + 2nd sets:    63.49m)   

Neil Young    70-Mar-28    Civic Auditorium    Santa Monica, California    (61.49m)   

Has a fade out-in between most songs and songs are not in correct order
Missing The Loner, Helpless, and Country Girl  (argh!)   -   complete recordings do not circulate

Neil Young    71-Jan-22:   Swing In Mit Neil Young:  DVD    Shakespeare Theatre - Stratford, CT    (50.48m)   

Neil Young    71-Feb-17:   The Johnny Cash Show:  DVD    Ryman Auditorium - Nashville, TN    (2.28m)    E

The Needle And The Damage Done  -  this is the bcast date

Neil Young    71-Feb-23:   In Concert:  DVD    BBC TV Studios - London, England    (31.47m)    E

Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (VH1 Classics: BBC Crown Jewels > DVR:    commercials removed)

Neil Young    73-Nov-20    Auditorium Theatre    Chicago, Illinois    (incomplete:    79.54m)    VG

Has a 31m+ performance of Tonight's The Night !!!  (unfortunately the track cuts early)
The SQ of this TTNight is significanly better than the SQ on the complete recording, which is VERY muddy sounding
To be honest, the missing portion of TTNight (plus much of the part I have above) is plain boring after awhile, with just Neil + the audience together singing "tonight's the night" over and over w/o the music but with the obligatory hand-clapping to the beat (this section seems to go on forever), which sort of kills the song.

Neil Young    76-Nov-22    Music Hall    Boston, MA    (Late Show)    (2CD:    103.58m)    VG+

Neil Young    78-Oct-22    Rust Never Sleeps:  DVD    Cow Palace - San Francisco, CA    (official release:    116m)    E

rated as Essential Neil Young Collection Material

Excellent performance and a rare example of a superbly directed/produced concert film.  The Cortez The Killer > Into The Black section is the real standout.  Cortez The Killer + Like A Hurricane are freaking beautiful.  The stage set with everything oversized is great.  Finally, I'm surprised as anyone to say that for the most part the Jawas (or whatever they are) actually worked, especially when they begin dancing, starting about mid way into the 2nd set.  Their dancing seems to peak on Cinnamon Girl.  It's great when two of them come onto the stage dancing towards the end of it.  I can't believe that I think they actually added to the show.  I almost never like anything taking place on the stage other than the band (and w/o any additional, backup musicians).  It appears to me that many of them, especially most of the ones that actually dance and skip about, are girls (based on their size and the way they dance).  The actors/dancers deserve a lot of credit, as does Neil for doing it.  That said, the opening sequences for the 1st + 2nd sets with them are way, way too long and some of the between song stuff they do is unnecessary and distracting.  I have to say that Neil whines a bit between Hurricane + Into The Black when he gets hit by one of the stage props carried by the Jawas, At least Neil deserves credit for keeping this in the film, as he's the one that comes across as a wimp.  He did not need to bring this to everyone's attention.

Neil Young    86-Nov    Old Gringo!    US tour w/ Crazy Horse compilation    (sbd:    FLAC > CD,  73.36m)    E-

Neil Young    92-Nov-17    PBS Center Stage:  DVD    WTTW Studios - Chicago, IL    (PBS > VHS > DVD:    56m)   

Taped and transferred to DVD by me




Frank Zappa

67-May-30:   Garrick Theater - New York, NY    (FLAC > CD)   

King Kong only  (19min)  -  on same disc with 67-Dec-3

67-Dec-3:   Fifth Dimension - Ann Arbor, MI    (FLAC > CD)   

King Kong only  (16min)  -  on same disc with 67-May-30

69-Oct-25:   The Lost Amougies Jams    Actuel Festival - Amougies, Belgium    (FLAC > CD:    68min)    VG/VG+

Finally !!!   Previously unavailable recordings of Zappa jamming w/ Pink Floyd, Aynsley Dunbar, Caravan, etc  -  Superb

70-Mar-7:   Olympic Auditorium    Los Angeles, CA    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

73-Mar-7:   Veterans' Memorial Hall    Columbus, OH    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG/VG+

A great performance with a lot of instrumentals

73-Mar-11:   Gesture Of Contempt   (T-34)    Texas Hall - Arlington, TX    (Master > DAT0 > CD > SHN > 2CD)    E-

73-Apr-27:   Princeton University    Princeton, NJ    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG/VG+

73-May-18:   Nassau Coliseum    Uniondale, NY    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG/VG+

76-Oct-24:   Boston Music Hall    Boston, MA    (Early Show:    FLAC > 2CD)    E-

77-Oct-31:   Baby Snakes:  DVD    Palladium - New York, NY

Unfortunately, Zappa was definitely not "on" this night  -  other than one solo near the beginning, this pretty much sucks in terms of his guitar playing.  If Frank could have given a more crap performance, I would be truly amazed.  Given the talent in this band and Frank's normally excellent playing ability during this period, it's truly disappointing.  Can you tell I think it sucks ?  ;)

78-Oct-13:   Capitol Theatre    Passaic, NJ    (Late Show:    FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

A superb show for Zappa's guitar playing  -  he was on fire this night  -  absolutely amazing
The wonderful Patrick O'Hearn guests on 2nd bass  (as he did on all Oct 13-31 shows)
rated as Essential Zappa Collection Material  -  if I could only pick one Zappa show, this would definitely be it

79-March-31:   Rudi-Sedlmayerhalle    Munich, Germany    (Early Show:    FLAC > 2CD)    VG+/E-

Lacking a little in low frequencies  -  Two tracks  (Black Napkins + Advance Romance)  from 76-Oct-24_Early Show

81-Oct-31:   Palladium    New York, NY    (Late Show:    FLAC > 2CD)    VG+/E-

From FM  (100m version)  -  Lacking a little in low frequencies

82-July-9:   Ex Mattatoio di Testaccio    Rome, Italy    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG+

Has two tracks   (Stinkfoot + The Torture Never Stops)   from 76-Oct-24_Early Show


The below mixed discs are just a collection of tracks I made that have great guitar solos  (often based on Zappa Tape Reviewing Society recommendations).  With a few exceptions *, many of the tracks are trimmed of the singing and other annoying stuff, because honestly I think most of Zappa's songs, lyrics and singing truly suck, but I definitely enjoy hearing him ripping apart his guitar.  I especially like the 1978 Autumn shows with Patrick O'Hearn.

* though there are more, some obvious exceptions to this "Frank's songs suck" opinion are: Baltimore, Easter Hay, Yo Mama, most opening solos, and without a doubt his most incredible song (melody wise), Black Napkins.


a quick list of all tracks on the below discs

Mixed Disc 1      years represented:  1977 + 1978    (FLAC > CD:    71.51m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 2      years represented:  1978 + 1981    (FLAC > CD:    79.29m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 3      years represented:  1978 + 1979    (FLAC > CD:    73.55m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 4      years represented:  1978, 1981 + 1982    (FLAC > CD:    75.40m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 5      years represented:  1975 + 1976    (FLAC > CD:    79.59m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 6      years represented:  1976    (FLAC > CD:    77.43m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 7      years represented:  1975 + 1978    (FLAC > CD:    77.46m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 8      years represented:  1978 + 1979    (FLAC > CD:    77.25m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 9      years represented:  1975 + 1981    (FLAC > CD:    77.11m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 10      years represented:  1982    (FLAC > CD:    76.16m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 11      years represented:  1981    (FLAC > CD:    77.58m)    VG+/E-

has 2 tracks with Al Di Meola on guitar

Mixed Disc 12      years represented:  1976, 1977, 1978, 1982 + 1984    (FLAC > CD:    76.02m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 13      years represented:  1976 + 1978    (FLAC > CD:    76.12m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 14      years represented:  1977, 1979 + 1982    (FLAC > CD:    79.34m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 15      years represented:  1978 + 1979    (FLAC > CD:    76.12m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Disc 16      years represented:  1971, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1980 + 1982    (FLAC > CD:    76.12m)    VG+/E-




ZZ Top

1970:   Pensacola, FL    (FLAC > CD:    45.33m)    VG+/E-

1971:   Country Blues Festival    Memphis, Tennessee    (FLAC > 2CD:    75.24m)    VG

72-Feb-25:   Tarrant County Civic Center    Ft. Worth, Texas    (FLAC > 2CD:    101.13m)    VG

72-Aug-25:   Tulsa, Oklahoma    (FLAC > CD:    28.49m,  incomplete)    VG

74-July-8:   Schaefer Music Festival    Central Park - New York, NY    (FLAC > CD:    53.14m)    VG-/VG

75-May-17:   Joe Maloney Master Recording    Central Maine Youth Center - Lewiston, ME    (FLAC > CD:    79.06m)    VG+

2nd performance of Blue Jean Blues

77-Mar-16:   Boston Garden    Boston, MA    (SHN > 2CD > Overburned 1CD:    81.30m)    VG+

Blue Jean Blues, baby !

77-Apr-30:   Birmingham, Alabama  (speed corrected)    (FLAC > 2CD:    86.40m)    VG+

Blue Jean Blues  -  Recording starts out rough but smooths out during the first song

77-Dec-30:   The Hemisphere    San Antonio, TX    (FLAC > CD:    73.33m)    VG/VG+

80-Apr-20:   Los Diablos    Grugahalle - Essen, Germany    (87.39m)   




Other

William Ackerman    86-July-10:   Wolf Trap Farms    Vienna, VA    (WETA PBS TV > Hi-Fi VCR > DVD > CD:    19.39m)   

Rare recording  -  After doing extensive searches, I did not find ANY live Ackerman for trade, though there has to be some
Am I the first to list a live Ackerman recording ???

William Ackerman    86-July-10:   On Stage At Wolf Trap:  DVD    Vienna, VA    (WETA PBS TV > Hi-Fi VCR > DVD:    19.39m)    VG+

William Ackerman, Michael Hedges, Shadowfax     (Transferred to DVD by me)
I was there, inside the pavilion !!!

America    1974-1975:   Bremen Studios and On The Road boot    VG+/E-

Amougies Pop & Jazz Festival    69-Oct-25:   Amougies Pop & Jazz Festival    Mont de L’Enclus - Amougies, Belgium    (63.56m)   

Soundtrack from the film. Available as entire disc only  -  no individual song(s) extractions

Actuel Festival    69-Oct-25:   The Lost Amougies Jams    Amougies, Belgium    (FLAC > CD:    67.44m)    VG/VG+

Finally !!!   Previously unavailable recordings of Zappa jamming w/ Pink Floyd, Aynsley Dunbar, Caravan, etc  -  Superb

Asia    See Yes

Burt Bacharach and Dionne Warwick    1963-1968:   Studio Sessions    (SHN > CD)    VG+/E-

Great, timeless music

Chet Baker    1964+1979:   Chet Baker Live In '64 + '79:  DVD    Belgium + Norway    (official release:    71m)   

The Band    1974-1985:   1976 Compilation    Massachusetts & Washington, DC    (SHN/FLAC > CD)   

This is a compilation I made of my favorite songs from various years (mostly 1976)
I made more for myself, not for trading purposes  (though you can get it from me)

The Band    76-Sept-18:   Take A Load For Free    The Palladium - New York, NY    (2CD)   

This was the first show at this venue under the 'Palladium' name   (it was previously 'Academy Of Music')

The Band    76-Nov-25:   The Last Waltz:  DVD    Winterland Ballroom - San Francisco, CA    (official release:    original silver:    117m)   

Beach Boys    1963-1978:   Lei'd In Hawaii Rehearsal    (FLAC > CD)    VG/E-

Studio and Live recordings: at the 78-March-14 show Carl is very drunk  -  worth getting for this alone

George Benson    00-May-27:   Absolutely Live:  DVD    Belfast, Ireland    (official release:    90m)   

Dicky Betts Band    See Allman Brothers

Black Sabbath    70-Dec-20:   War Pigs    Olympia Theatre - Paris, France    E-

Black Sabbath    72-Mar-16:   Tucson Community Center    Tucson, AZ    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

Lacking low-end frequencies

Tim Blake    See Gong

Blind Faith    1969:   Hyde And Seek    Morgan Studios & Hyde Park    London, England    VG+

Some tracks VG/VG+

Chris Botti    01-Dec:   Night Sessions:  DVD    El Rey Theatre - Los Angeles, CA    (official release:    85m)   

Bread    1972:   DAR Constitution Hall    Washington DC    (FLAC > CD)    VG

Bruford    79-Mar-7:   Rock Goes To College:  DVD    Oxford Polytechnic - Oxfordshire, England    (official release:    NTSC:    41.45m)    E-

rare performance with Allan Holdsworth + Annette Peacock

Michael Buble    05-Aug:   Caught In The Act:  DVD    Wiltern Theatre - Los Angeles, CA    (official release:    60m)   

Glen Campbell    72-78:   Best Of The Glen Campbell Music Show:  DVD    CBS Studios - Los Angeles, CA    (82.56m)    E

Canned Heat    69-Aug-16:   Woodstock Music & Art Fair    Bethel, NY    (FLAC > CD:    22.05m)    VG+

Worth getting alone for a smoking performance of an unknown song, listed here as I Know My Baby

Canned Heat    70-May-30:   The Real Future Blues    Kickapoo Creek Festival - Heyworth, IL    (FLAC > CD:    30.11m)    VG+/E-

Johnny Cash & Bob Dylan    1969:   The Dylan/Cash Sessions    Nashville, TN    (FLAC > CD)   

Johnny Cash    69-71:   The Johnny Cash Show excerpts:  DVD    Ryman Auditorium - Nashville, TN    (47.27m)    E

Dick Cavett    69+72:   The Dick Cavett Show excerpts:  DVD    ABC Television Center - Los Angeles, CA    (50.21m)    E

official release

Cheap Trick    78-Dec-8:   Capitol Theatre    Passaic, NJ    (FM broadcast:    SHN > CD)    E-

Cheap Trick    81-Jan-22:   Reunion Arena    Dallas, TX    (A1 > CD > SHN > CD)    VG/VG+

Chicago    69-Aug-31:   Texas International Pop Festival    Dallas, TX    (sbd:    FLAC > CD:    38.48m)    VG+/E-

Joe Cocker    70-Apr-26:   Fillmore West    San Francisco, CA    (SHN > 2CD > Overburned 1CD:    81.14m)    VG+

Mad Dogs & Englishmen   (w/ Leon Russell, Carl Radle, Jim Gordon, etc)

Nat King Cole    56-57:   When I Fall In Love:  DVD    The Nat King Cole Show    (official release:    60m)   

Nat King Cole    1961:   An Evening With Nat King Cole:  DVD    BBC Concert - London, England    (official release:    47m)   

John Coltrane    63-Oct-25:   Tivolis Koncertsal    Copenhagen, Denmark    (FTP:   SHN > CD:    68.35m)    VG/VG+

John Coltrane    Also see Miles Davis

Culture Club    83-Sept-3:   Capitol Theatre    Passaic, NJ    (A0 > CD? > FLAC > CD)    VG+

Nice performance

Depeche Mode    93-July_17+21   Devotional:  DVD    Barcelona, Spain  +  Frankfurt, Germany    (94m)   

Depeche Mode    see   Compilations   for some miscellaneous tracks   

Al Dimeola    See Return To Forever

Dixie Chicks    06-Dec-6:   Austin City Limits:  DVD    Austin City Limits studio - Austin, TX    (54.02m)    E

Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (PBS > DVR:    indexed)

Dixie Dregs    78-May-3:   Fox Theatre    Atlanta, GA    (FLAC > CD)    E-/E

The Ed Sullivan Show    1957-1969:   Rock n Roll Forever:  DVD    (TV > VHS > DVD:    44.00m)    VG+/E-

Features: Jackson 5, Bill Haley, Ray Charles, Jackie Wilson, Temptations & Supremes, Janis Joplin, etc
Taped and transferred to DVD by me

Emerson, Lake and Palmer    70-Aug-29:   Debut    Isle Of Wight Festival - Isle Of Wight, England    (62.12m)    E-

Nice performance  -  Emerson's synths (early prototypes?) sound more like tone generators than true synthesizers
In actuality, this was their 4th concert

Emerson, Lake and Palmer    70-Aug-29:   The Birth Of A Band:  DVD    Isle Of Wight Festival - Isle Of Wight, England    (66.52m)   

Emerson, Lake and Palmer    71-Feb-6/7:   Live Broadcasts:  DVD    Theatre 140 - Brussels, Belgium    (56.42m)   

Bill Evans Trio    1960:   The 1960 Birdland Sessions    Birdland, NY    (radio broadcast:    72.59m)    VG+

Bill Evans Trio    69-July-18:   Pescara, Italy    (38.30m)    VG/VG+

This recording is possibly the 'Autumn Leaves' one

The Faces    72-Apr-1:   Sounds For Saturday:  DVD    BBC Studios - London, England    (43.34m)    E-

Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (VH1 Classics: BBC Crown Jewels > DVR:    commercials removed)

Fleetwood Mac    79-Nov-6:   Shine Angel    Checker Dome - St Louis, MO    (FLAC > 2CD:    96.03m)    VG+

Fleetwood Mac    82-Oct-20:   Shine Angel    Oakland, CA    (FLAC > CD:    43.12m)    VG+/E-

Bonus material on 79-Nov-6 recording  (9 songs)

Fleetwood Mac    1993:   Going Home:  DVD    (TV > VHS > DVD:    69.24m:    commercials removed)    VG+/E-

This is a great documentary w/ interviews + live performances.   My recording cuts off at 69.24 min,
which is odd, as it is supposedly only 60min long.   See link for exact info on where it cuts off
Taped and transferred to DVD by me

Fleetwood Mac    03-Sept-23/24:   Live In Boston:  DVD    Fleet Center - Boston, Massachusetts    (2 DVD:    official release)   

Focus    72-Dec-12:   BBC Studios    London, England    (FLAC > CD)   

Includes three Pink Floyd outtakes from the Darkside sessions (15min)

FooFighters    00-Apr-11:   Disc Exchange    Knoxville, TN    (FLAC > CD:    Acoustic show)    VG+

FooFighters    00-Aug-19:   Bizarre Festival    Weeze, Germany    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    E-

Rory Gallagher    1973-1979:   YouTube Collection 1:  DVD    various locations    (MP4 > AVI:    82.25m)    VG+/E

Gentle Giant    74-Apr-5:   Prologue    Munsterlandhalle - Munster, Germany    (2CD:    81.43m)    VG/VG+

From the In A Glass House tour  -  includes a rare performance of School Days fr  72-Apr-28:  Cheltenham, England  (9.22m)

Gentle Giant    75-Oct-10:   Prologue    Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA    (39.44m)    VG+

Included on the 74-Apr-5 show above

Gilgamesh    75-March-25:   BBC Radio    London, England    (SHN > CD:    14min)    VG+

Roy Harper   w/ Jimmy Page    84-July-28:   Cambridge Folk Festival    Cambridge, England    VG/VG+

Nice guitar work by Page  -  includes a 35min blues rehearsal/soundcheck with more great playing by Jimmy
This may be from 84-July-29:  Battersea Park - London, England

Emmylou Harris    See Gram Parsons

Hawkwind    1975-1977:   Watchfield,  Stonehenge,  Monmouth    (20.55min)    VG+/E-

Heart    1975:   The Aquarius    Seattle, WA    VG+/E-

Superb performance  (especially on their own songs)  -  appears to be the earliest circulating recording of Heart
The band is in top form, this early in their career  -  Sing Child is great, unfortunately a 5min drum solo kills Magic Man  (imo drum solos mostly suck and kill the flow)

Heart    76-Oct-16:   John Carrol University    Cleveland, OH    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

Michael Hedges    86-July-10:   Wolf Trap Farms    Vienna, VA    (WETA PBS TV > Hi-Fi VCR > DVD > CD:    14.59m)   

Rare recording  -  I've never seen this audio listed anywhere

Michael Hedges    86-July-10:   On Stage At Wolf Trap:  DVD    Vienna, VA    (WETA PBS TV > Hi-Fi VCR > DVD:    14.59m)    VG+

William Ackerman, Michael Hedges, Shadowfax     (Transferred to DVD by me)
I was there, inside the pavilion !!!

Heldon/Richard Pinhas    81-Apr-27:   Bobino    Paris, France    (FLAC > 2CD)    E-

Originally listed as 81-Apr-28, but from what I've read it should be 81-Apr-27

Henry Cow    74-75:   BBC Top Gear    London, England    (FLAC > CD:    34min)    VG/VG+

Included with the below 78-Mar-22 show. There is one track that is possibly from 1976

Henry Cow    78-Mar-22:   Sendesaal    Bremen, Germany    (Pre-FM Sbd:    FLAC > 2CD:    102min)    E-

I added their BBC Top Gear recordings to this

Steve Hillage    See Gong

Bruce Hornsby Band    1978-February:   The Paradise - Holiday Inn Scope    Norfolk, VA    (Master Tape > CD)    VG+

Recorded by a friend on a monaural cassette recorder  -  he even played drums on Brick House + Stormy Monday while Molo sang !!!

Bruce Hornsby Band    1978:   1978 Demo Album    (2nd Gen Tape ? > CD)    E-

This was The Bruce Hornsby Band's original demo recording when they were looking for their first album contract.

Human Be-In Festival    67-Jan-14:   Be-In:  DVD    Dir: Jerry Abrams    (BT > DVD:    7.31m:    Colour)    E-

Footage of this historic festival set to music by Blue Cheer  -  includes footage of the Grateful Dead

Mark Isham    88-Oct-8:   Club Eastbrook    Grand Rapids, MI    (2CD)    E-

With David Torn, Mick Karn, Terry Bozzio  -  I've seen a Grand Rapids show also listed as Oct-4 and Oct-9
Great show

It Was 20 Years Ago Today    1987:   It Was 20 Years Ago Today:  DVD    (WETA PBS > Hi-Fi VCR > DVD:    2hrs)    VG+/E-

This is a superb documentary about Sgt Pepper's and 1967 in general:   DVD sourced fr my original VHS tape
This is the full length version, taped and transferred to DVD by me  (Hi-Fi VCR)  when it originally aired in 1987

Jethro Tull    69-Jan-9:   Konserthuset    Stockholm, Sweden    (2nd Show ?:    Soundboard:    63min)    E-

This may actually be from the 1st show

Jethro Tull    70-July-28:   Capitol Theatre    Port Chester, NY    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

Jethro Tull    72-July-15:   Koseinenkin Kaikan    Tokyo, Japan    (SHN > 2CD)    VG+

Billy Joel    1976-1978:   Strangers On 52nd Street    Outtakes (77-78) + Live (76)    (FLAC > CD)   

Billy Joel    77-Dec-11:   Nassau Coliseum    Uniondale, NY    (SHN > 2CD)    E-

Billy Joel    78-Mar-14:   The Stranger Live:  DVD    BBC Television Theatre - London, England    (PBS > DVR > DVD:   72.16m)    E-

Includes 2 tracks fr a 1977 performance, interviews w/ Phil Ramone by the PBS hosts & some relevant commentary by the PBS hosts
taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me

Kiss    77-Sept-2:   At The Summit:  DVD    The Summit - Houston, TX    (VH1 Classics > DVR:   49.51m:   commercials removed)

Incomplete  -  VH1 did not broadcast the complete version, which is 82m  -  taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me
I saw Kiss shortly after this, on 77-Dec-19 at Capital Centre  -  AC-DC opened and my interest in Kiss declined thereafter

Kiss    77-Dec-20:   Largo 77 Lost Footage:  DVD    Capital Centre - Largo, Maryland    (BT > DVD:    Pro Shot)   

I saw the first night  (77-Dec-19)  of their two night stay at the Capital Centre
On the first night AC/DC opened  -  I'm unsure who opened on Dec-20, but it definitely was not AC/DC

Kraftwerk    74-Apr-22:   Leverkusen, Germany       (FLAC > 3CD:    134.38m)    VG/VG+

Includes two bonus tracks  (44.23m)  from 75-Mar-22  (see below)

Kraftwerk    75-Mar-22:   Satory Saal    Koln, Germany    (FM bcast:    FLAC > CD:    44.23m)    VG+

These are bonus tracks on the above 74-Apr-22 show

Alvin Lee    80-Dec-26:   Calderone Concert Hall    Hempstead, NY    (Sbd:    FM)    E-

On disc with below 81-Nov-28 material  -  Has gaps between all tracks

Alvin Lee & Mick Taylor    81-Nov-28:   My Father’s Place    Roslyn, NY    (Sbd:    FM)    E-

On disc with above 80-Dec material  -  Has gaps between all tracks

Tony Williams Lifetime    1969:   Village Gate    New York, NY    (FLAC > CD)    VG/VG+

Supposedly their first performance (killer)  -  Williams, McLaughlin, Jack Bruce, Larry Young !

Tony Williams New Lifetime    1976:   Gabe & Walkers    Iowa City, IA    (FLAC > CD)    VG+

Allan Holdsworth on guitar  -  a little bass heavy

Little Feat    73-Apr-7:   McDonough Arena    Washington, DC    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    VG+

Backing Bonnie Raitt

Lynyrd Skynyrd    77-Jan-18:   The Last Flight    Festival Hall - Osaka, Japan    (SHN > CD)    VG+

With good old Steve Gaines in the lineup

Lynyrd Skynyrd    77-July-13:   Convention Hall:  DVD    Asbury Park, NJ    (BT > DVD:    75+min:    b+w)    VG+

last show of the tour, with only about 8 shows left before the tragic accident

Magma    74-Feb-6:   Studio F    Bremen, Germany    (FLAC > CD:    62.27m)    VG+

I added this to the below 74-Aug show  -  I dropped Ptah  (drum solo)  +  Soi Sowiloi  (pretty much all drums on this one)

Magma    74-Aug:   La Grande Motte, France    (FLAC > 2CD:    81.38m)    VG+

I added the above 74-Feb-6 show to this  -  I dropped Ptah  (drum solo)  -  drum solos truly suck

Chuck Mangione    76-May-27/29:   Bottom Line  (w/ Esther Satterfield)    New York, NY    (FLAC > CD)

I added Land Of Make Believe (73-June-5:  Jazz Workshop, Boston, MA) to this

Marijuana Jazz Band    99-Dec-26:   4th Street Tavern    San Rafael, CA    (57.23m:    incomplete)

John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers    1965-1966:   Bluesbreaking    (SHN > CD)    VG+/E-

With Eric Clapton. See link for possible date and venue listings

John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers    69-May-21:   Kongresshalle    Berlin, West Germany    VG/VG+

With Mick Taylor  -  This appears to be his 2nd to last show (2 shows after this one) w/ Mayall before joining the Stones
This is a great performance

John Mayall’s Jazz-Blues Fusion Band    69-May-21:   Minneapolis, MN    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

From FM Broadcast  -  slight amount of hiss

Curtis Mayfield    83-June:   BBC Sight & Sound In Concert 1984:  DVD    Nottingham, England    (BT > DVD:    39.10m)    VG+/E-

Paul McCartney & Wings    76-June-10:   Seattle Kingdome    Seattle, Washington    (2CD)    VG+/E-

Sarah McLachlan    97-Oct-15:   Theatre At Madison Square Garden    New York, NY    (SHN > 2CD)    VG+

Sarah McLachlan    98-Apr-21:   Theater Of The Clouds    Portland, OR    (SHN > 2CD)    E-

Meatloaf    78-Apr-19:   Live In Cleveland    Music Hall - Cleveland, OH    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    VG+

I saw Meatloaf 2 or 3 days before this show (Apr 16 or 17 at Warner Theatre - Washington, DC)

Mirage     See Camel

Monterey Pop Festival    67-June-16/18:   Complete Monterey Pop Festival:  DVD    Monterey, CA  (official release:  D1+D3 only:  246.37m)   E-

Criterion Collection version

Wes Montgomery    65-Mar-27:   Théatre des Champs Élysées    Paris, France    (FLAC > 2CD)    E-

Lacking low-end frequencies

Moody Blues    1980  ?:   with Patrick Moraz    (20min)

This might be an excerpt from the KBFH broadcast of their 81-July-18 show at Poplar Creek Music Theater - Chicago, IL

Willie Nelson & Leon Russell    79-Apr-1:   Capitol Theatre    Passaic, NJ    (FLAC > CD)    E-

mostly Willie Nelson

Neville Brothers    99-May-2:   Jazz Fest 1999    New Orleans, LA    (FLAC > 2CD)    E-

Nice performance

Nirvana    92-Aug-30:   Dumb    Reading Festival - Reading, England    (FTP:    SHN > CD:    57.48m:    incomplete show)   

Old Crow Medicine Show    04-Sept-25:   A Prairie Home Companion    Fitzgerald Theater - St Paul, MN    (FM:    FLAC>CD)    E-

Includes performances by Gillian Welch & David Rawlings  -  I added Wagon Wheel from three other OCMS shows

Old Crow Medicine Show    07-June-9:   Austin City Limits:  DVD    Austin City Limits studio - Austin, TX    (5.54m)    E

Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (PBS > DVR:    indexed)       Wagon Wheel + interview only

Old Grey Whistle Test    1971-1986:   Old Grey Whistle Test:  DVD    (143.11m)    E-

Excerpts from Discs 1-3  -  here is a mostly complete listing for all  OGWT Shows  (some performances are missing)
Unexpected hightlights for me are Heads Hands & Feet's Warming Up The Band  +  Judee Sill's hypnotic performance of The Kiss

Mike Oldfield    73-June-25:   Queen Elizabeth Hall    London, England    (Tubular Bells)    VG+/E-

Ozzy Osbourne   w/ Randy Rhoads    82-Jan-15:   Met Center    Minneapolis, MN    (FLAC > CD)   

Pedal Steel Guitar Convention    76-Sept_3-6:   1976 Pedal Steel Guitar Convention    St Louis, MO    (FLAC > 3CD)    E-

PFM    1971-1972:   10 Anni Live    Italy    (the 1971-1972   L'inizio Tour Italiano disc only)    VG+

This is Disc 1 of a 5 Disc Set

PFM    72-Dec-26:   Bobo Club    Modena, Italy    (2CD)    VG+

Guitarist Franco Mussida sounds similar to Steve Howe (1971 era) at times  -  in fact it all sounds very 1971 Yes-like

The Police    79-Feb-21 or 24:   Rock Goes To College:  DVD    Hatfield Polytechnic - Hatfield, England    (39.35m)    E-

Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (VH1 Classics: BBC Crown Jewels > DVR:    commercials removed)
Possibly from 79-Feb-24

Jean Luc Ponty    76-Sept-17:   Hamburg Concert Halle    Hamburg, Germany    (2CD)    E-

Includes 34min from 98-Sept-19 Die Festhalle - Viersen, Germany

Queen    78-Dec-1:   Live Achievements    Forum - Montreal, Canada    (FLAC > 2CD)    VG+

Bonnie Raitt    1972-2002:   Miscellaneous Collection    (FLAC > CD:    80.53m)    VG+

Bonnie Raitt    73-Apr-7:   McDonough Arena    Washington, DC    (FTP:   SHN > CD)    VG+

Backed by Little Feat

Bonnie Raitt    76-Mar-23:   Old Grey Whistle Test:  DVD    Shepherd's Bush, England    (incomplete:    8.12m)   

Incomplete, I only kept 2 songs  (sorry)  -  76-Mar-23 is the transmission date  (unsure of recording date)
recorded to dvr and transferred to dvd by me  (VH1 Classics: BBC Crown Jewels > DVR:    commercials removed)

Bonnie Raitt    see   Compilations   for some miscellaneous tracks   

Lee Ritenour    2004:   Overtime:  DVD    Enterprise Studio - Burbank, CA    (2 DVD:    150min)   

Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Inductions    2004 + 2009:   Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction concerts    (?m)    E

Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame    09-Oct-29/30:   25th Anniversary Concert:  DVD    MSGarden - New York    (2 DVD:    min)   

Broadcast on HBO  -   recorded to dvr and transferred to dvd by me

Sade    85-Dec-14:   Saturday Night Live:  DVD    (TV > VHS > DVD:    6.31m)   

Is It A Crime only  -  Taped and transferred to DVD by me

Sade    1992  ?:   Arsenio Hall Show:  DVD    (TV > VHS > DVD:    8.32m)   

Arsenio says it's their first performance in 4 years, so this was probably the first Love Deluxe performance
Taped and transferred to DVD by me

Sade    93-Oct-3:   PBS:  In The Spotlight:  DVD    (PBS > VHS > DVD:    56.35m)   

Also includes above two Sade footage, as well as:  Greenpeace Video  (1.23m, inc)  +  Jody Watley  (Soul Train: 1990, 11.51m)
Taped and transferred to DVD by me

Klaus Schulze    See Tangerine Dream

Judee Sill    1972-1973:   Various Sources    (BT > MP3 > WAV > CD)    VG/E-

All but one of these tracks were mp3 sourced

Smithereens    91-Dec-8:   The Catalyst    Santa Cruz, CA    (SHN > CD)    VG+/E-

Steely Dan    74-Apr-30:   Ellis Auditorium    Memphis, TN    E-

74-May  ?  -  Appears to have been converted from TAO, as there is silence between tracks, but not the -.02 countdown

Steely Dan    00-Jan-28:   PBS:  In The Spotlight:  DVD    Sony Studios - NY, NY   (88.15m)   VG+/E-

Taped via PBS > VHS and transferred to DVD by me

Cat Stevens    74-June-22:   Nakano Sun Plaza    Tokyo, Japan    E-

Supertramp    83-July-23:   Famous Last Concert    Sportshall - Munich, Germany    (FTP:   Sbd   SHN > 2CD)    VG+

Styx    1977:   Live In Chicago    Civic Center - Chicago, IL    (Sbd:    FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

Andy Summers & Robert Fripp    81-Sept   I Advanced Masked demos    Parkstone Studios - Dorset, England    (FLAC > CD)    VG+/E-

A little hissy  -  These might actually be different/longer mixes rather than demos

David Sylvian    88-Apr-19:   Tokyo, Japan    (SBD)    VG+/E-

With Mark Isham and David Torn  (among others)  -  A good and mellow performance

Talking Heads    83-Dec:   Stop Making Sense:  DVD    Pantages Theater - LA, CA    (99m:    widescreen)    E

This was one of the band's last shows  -  This is a great concert film

James Taylor    71-Jan-2:   In Concert:  DVD    BBC TV Studios - London, England    (23.06m)    E

Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (VH1 Classics: BBC Crown Jewels > DVR:    commercials removed)

Mick Taylor    89-Oct-27:   Nightstage    Cambridge, MA    (FLAC > CD:    1st Show)    VG+

I put a 77-Aug-14 Allan Holdsworth show onto the end of this disc

Traffic    1968:   Jamming with Hendrix    Unknown location    (SHN > CD)    VG+/E-

Hendrix and Traffic jamming together. Sometimes listed as Apartment Jams from 68-May-31

Traffic    70-July-1:   Soul Of The Road    Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA    VG+

Volume is a little low  -  rare complete perf of John Barleycorn LP  (Stranger.. being played only two confirmed times ?)
This may actually be an incomplete compilation of the Early + Late shows

Turning Point    80-Oct:   Carioca Club    Worthing, Sussex, England    (SHN > CD)    VG+

Allan Holdsworth on guitar  -  Possibly 80-Oct-6

Van Halen    76-May-9:   Goldenwest, CA    (sbd:    Pre-1st LP)    VG+

Van Halen    83-Jan-16:   I'm So Glad    Paliebro - Caracas, Venezuela   

Suzanne Vega    84-May-17:   Iron Horse    Northampton, MA    (Sbd:    FLAC > CD)    VG+

I saw Suzanne play a solo acoustic show sometime during 84-Jan  -  85-May at my school, Bucknell  (Artie Traum opened)

Suzanne Vega    85-Oct-24:   London School Of Economics    London, England    (FTP:   Sbd    SHN > CD)    E-

The Wailers    73-July-11:   Paul's Mall    Boston, MA    (FLAC/SHN ? > CD)    VG+

The Wailers first US show  -  Peter Tosh is present

Kit Watkins    81-Dec-1:   Cellar Door    (Georgetown) Washington DC    (73.33m:    w/ Coco Roussel)    VG+/E-

Kit plays six Happy The Man songs

Jody Watley    1990:   Soul Train:  DVD    (11.51m)   

Lip-synched perf of Precious Love (w/ nice dancing)  +  What'Cha Gonna Do..  and includes her talking w/ Don Cornelius
This is included on the Sade dvd above  -  Taped via TV > Hi-Fi VCR and transferred to DVD by me

Weather Report    74-Nov-9:   Northwestern University    Evanston, IL    (1st show)    VG+

Not indexed.  Sounds like some NR was used  -  read the above link for detailed info on this show

Hank Williams    1951:   'Mother's Best Flour' Radio Transcriptions:   Disc 13    (FTP:   FLAC > CD)    VG+

Some hiss, but pretty good sound  -  Audrey Williams' singing ability is definitely questionable

Lucinda Williams    07-Sept-18:   Austin City Limits:  DVD    Austin City Limits studio - Austin, TX    (8.07m)    E

Taped via DVR and transferred to DVD by me  (PBS > DVR:    indexed)       West + interview only

Windham Hill    86-July-10:   On Stage At Wolf Trap:  DVD    Vienna, VA    (WETA PBS TV > Hi-Fi VCR > DVD:    58.31m)    VG+

William Ackerman, Michael Hedges, Shadowfax     (Transferred to DVD by me)
I was there, inside the pavilion !!!

Stevie Wonder    74-Jan-31:   Rainbow Theater    Finsbury Park - London, Enland    (Sbd:    SHN > CD)    E-

Robert Wyatt    74-Sept:   Top Of The Pops:  DVD    London, England    (BT > DVD:    3.06m)    E-

Mimed performance of I'm A Believer  -  w/ Fred Frith, Nick Mason, Richard Sinclair, Andy Summers

Neil Young    See CSNY


Variouis    76-Sept_3-6:   1976 Pedal Steel Guitar Convention    St Louis, MO    (FLAC > 3CD)    E-

Various    1967-1969:   Rock And Roll Circus    (original silver)    VG-/VG

Buffalo Springfield, Cream, Led Zeppelin, Lennon w/ friends, The Who

Various    93-Jan-12:   Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Show    (original silver)    E

Doors w/ E. Vedder,  CCR w/ R. Robertson & Springsteen,  Cream




Compilations

Mixed Artists           Compilation 1           (flac / shn > cd)   

Canned Heat     70-May-30    The Real Future Blues    Kickapoo Creek Festival - Heyworth, IL    (FLAC>WAV:    30min)    VG+/E-
King Crimson    69-Sept-7    Victoria Ballroom - Chesterfield, England    (FLAC>WAV:    2 songs)    VG-/VG
Bonnie Raitt      88-Mar-5    Houston, TX    (SHN>WAV:    Late Show  -  2 songs)    VG+/E-
Bonnie Raitt      98-Nov-11    London, England    (FLAC>WAV:    2 songs)    E-
S Pumpkins       1993    excerpts fr Mashed Potatoes   Siamese Dream out takes    (SHN>WAV:    3 songs)    E-

Mixed Artists           Compilation 2           (flac / shn > cd)   

Depeche Mode  94-Apr-10    Complejo Estadio Nacional-Santiago, Chile    (sbd>fm0>cd3>SHN>WAV:    7 songs:    40min)    VG+/E-
Dishwalla          95-Aug-7    The Troubadour - Hollywood, CA    (FLAC>WAV:    1 song)    VG+
The Motels       82-Sept-29    Universal Amphitheatre - Universal City, CA    (FLAC>WAV:    1 song)    VG+/E-
Izzy Stradlin     93-Feb-26    Cabaret Metro - Chicago, IL    (Analog Master    FLAC>WAV:    1 song)    VG+/E-
Peter Tosh       82-Nov-5    Roxy Theatre - Los Angeles, CA   (Late Show)    (FLAC>WAV:    1 song)    VG+/E-
Elton John       1968-1971    Tumbleweed Collection    (FLAC>CD:    2 songs)    VG+/E-
The Byrds        71-July-24    Lincoln Folk Festival - Lincoln, England    (Master:    FLAC>WAV    1 song)    VG+

Mixed Artists           Compilation 3           (flac / shn > cd)   

Dixie Dregs       78-May-3    Fox Theatre - Atlanta, GA    (FLAC>WAV:    37min)    E-/E
Frank Zappa     76-Oct-12    Tulane University - New Orleans, LA    (FLAC>WAV:    2 songs, 2 shows)    VG+/E-
Rolling Stones   72-July-18    Boston Garden - Boston, MA    (SHN>WAV:    1 song)    VG+
Stray Cats         89-Apr-30    Ritz Theater - New York, NY    (SBD>Master:    FLAC>WAV:    1 song)    VG+/E-
The Byrds         70-Nov-7    Clark Memorial Gymnasium - Rochester, NY    (SBD    SHN>WAV:    1 song)    VG+

Mixed Artists           Compilation 4           (flac > cd)   

Chicago           69-Aug-31    Texas International Pop Festival - Dallas, TX (sbd    FLAC>WAV:    39min)    VG+/E-
Canned Heat    69-Aug-16    Woodstock Music & Art Fair - Bethel, NY    (FLAC>WAV:    24min    w/ Al Wilson)    VG+

Mixed Artists           Compilation 5           (flac / shn > cd)   

J Airplane         70-May-7    Fillmore East - NY, NY    (SBD:    FLAC>WAV    19min)   
Dixie Dregs       82-Sept-26    City Limits - Fort Lauderdale, FL    (FLAC>WAV:    14min:    w/ Jaco Pastorius)   
Stones               72-June-24    Will Rogers Aud - Fort Worth, TX (1st show:    FLAC>WAV    Gimme Shelter & Dead Flowers)   
Stones               73-Sept-1    Stadthalle - Vienna, Austria    (FLAC>WAV:    100 Years Ago)   
Peter Tosh        83-July-6    The Pier 84 - New York, NY    (FLAC>WAV    JBGoode)   
Led Zeppelin     75-Oct/Nov    SRI Studios - Malibu, CA    (SHN>WAV:    Tea For One)    E-
Led Zeppelin     78-Nov/Dec    Polar Studios - Stockholm, Sweden    (FLAC>WAV    All My Love, Fool In The Rain twice)   

Mixed Artists           Compilation 6           (flac > cd)   

Elton John     71-Dec-8    The Greatest Discovery   BBC Television    (FLAC>WAV:    Madman Across The Water)   
Roy Harper    84-May-5    Red Lion Folk Club - Birmingham, England    (FLAC>WAV:    Elizabeth & Hangman)   
Kinks             77-Dec-24    Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park - London, England    (FLAC>WAV:    Celluloid Heroes)   
G Lightfoot   1979    PBS Soundstage    (SBD   SHN>WAV    If You Could Read My Mind & Sundown)    E-
REM              84-Sept-29    Florida Atlantic University - Boca Raton, FL    (FLAC>WAV:    Camera    VG/VG+
REM              85-Aug-25    JB Scott's Theater - Albany, NY    (FLAC>WAV:    Time After Time    VG/VG+
Wings            74-Aug-15    'One Hand Clapping'   Abbey Road Studios - London, England    (FLAC>WAV:   27min, Live in studio)   

Mixed Artists           Compilation 7           (flac / shn > cd)   

Bobby Darin         58-Dec    Studio outtakes    (FLAC>WAV:    Mack The Knife [Take 7])    E-
David Bowie         90-Aug-5    Milton Keynes - London, England    (FLAC>WAV:    Ashes To Ashes)   
David Bowie         97-June-10    Paradiso Club - Amsterdam, Netherlands    (FM   FLAC>WAV    Dead Man Walking)   
Canned Heat         69-Aug-16    Woodstock Music & Art Fair - Bethel, NY    (FLAC>WAV:   I Know My Baby   w/ Al Wilson)   VG+
10,000 Maniacs    93-June-10    Riverport Amphitheater - Maryland Heights, MO (SBD:    FLAC>WAV    Because The Night)    E-
Foo Fighters         00-July-11    WYSP Radio Station Show - Philadelphia, PA    (FLAC>WAV:    Next Year)    E-
Loggins-Messina   76-Aug-21    Blowout   Nassau Coliseum - Uniondale, NY    (SHN>WAV:    Angry Eyes)   
Curtis Mayfield     88-June-30    Estival Jazz Festival - Lugano, Switzerland (FLAC>WAV    Move On Up)    VG+/E-
Natalie Merchant  93-Nov-4    David Letterman Show - New York, NY (SBD:    FLAC>WAV    Because The Night)    E-
Simply Red           95-Dec-6    Hallenstadion - Zürich, Switzerland (FLAC>WAV    Holding Back The Years)    E-
Peter Tosh           82-Nov-5    Roxy Theatre - Los Angeles, CA (Early Show)    (FLAC>WAV:    JBGoode)   
Van Morrison       05-Mar-18    Apollo Theater - NY, NY    (FLAC>WAV:    Philosopher's Stone & Moondance)    VG+

Mixed Artists           Compilation 8           (flac / shn > cd)   

Frank Zappa        67-May-30    Garrick Theater - New York, NY    (FLAC?>WAV:    King Kong)    VG+
Frank Zappa        67-Dec-3    Fifth Dimension - Ann Arbor, MI    (FLAC?>WAV:    King Kong)    VG/VG+
Derek+Dominos  70-Dec-1    Curtis Hixon Hall - Tampa, FL    (FLAC>WAV:    Introduction, mentions Duane)    VG/VG+
Cream                 68-Oct-25    Dallas Memorial Auditorium - Dallas, TX    (FLAC>WAV:    Spoonful)    VG/VG+
Grateful Dead      77-May-13    Auditorium Theatre - Chicago, IL    (SBD, SHN>WAV:    Scarlet > Fire)    E-

Mixed Artists           Compilation 9           (flac / shn > cd)   

Art Of Noise         86-Oct-4    Hammersmith Odeon - London, England    (FM   FLAC>WAV:    Moments In Love)   
Curtis Mayfield     1983    Marcus Garvey Centre - Nottingham, England    (FLAC>WAV:    Move On Up)   
Curtis Mayfield     1990    Town And Country Club - London, England    (FLAC>WAV:    Move On Up)   
Eric Clapton         85-Apr-22    Richmond Coliseum - Richmond, VA    (SHN>WAV:    Forever Man)   
Annie Lennox      1995    Golden Lady   Toronto, Canada    (FLAC>WAV:    Why + Here Comes The Rain Again)   
Procol Harum       67-June-14    Through The Garden Fence   BBC Session - London, England    (FLAC>WAV:    Whiter Shade..)   
S Pumpkins          93-July-26    Tower Records - Chicago, IL    (FLAC>WAV:    Today + Mayonnaise ~ acoustic)   
Van Morrison       05-Oct-29    Ronnie Scott’s - London, England    (FLAC>WAV:    Philosophers Stone + Celtic New Year)   
Van Morrison       06-Feb-3    Waterfront Hall - Belfast, Ireland    (FLAC>WAV:    Celtic New Year)   
Jean-Luc Ponty    89-Dec-6    The Ritz - New York, NY    (FLAC>WAV:    A Taste For Passion)   

Mixed Artists           Compilation 10           (flac > cd)   

The Beatles          1963    Abbey Road Studio #2    (FLAC>WAV:    A Taste Of Honey,   3 takes)   
Elton John           71-Oct-11    Live In Tokyo   Kosei-Nenkin Kaikan - Tokyo, Japan    (FLAC>WAV:    Madman Across The Water:   11.46m)   
Elton John           72-May-3    Notre Dame University - South Bend, IN    (Sbd:   FLAC>WAV:    Madman Across The Water:   16.26m)   
Foo Fighters         06-Oct-29    Xcel Energy Center - Saint Paul, MN    (FLAC>WAV:    My Hero + Next Year)   
S Pumpkins          1993   Mayonnaise outtake  +  IMO the definitive Spaceboy (unfortunately it was regulated to outtake status)    (FLAC > WAV)   
Jeff Starship         76-Sept    Winterland - San Francisco, CA    (FLAC>WAV:    Miracles + White Rabbit)   
The Yardbirds      65-June-20    L'Olympia - Paris, France    (FLAC>WAV:    I Wish You Would:    w/ Jeff Beck)   
The Yardbirds      67-Apr-4    Stockholm, Sweden    (FLAC>WAV:    My Baby:    w/ Jimmy Page)   
The Yardbirds      68-Apr-4 Cumular Limit Sessions   Columbia Studios - NY   (FLAC>WAV:   Knowing That I'm Losing You  [early Tangerine])   
Springsteen          1975    Thunder Road [acoustic demo] + Jungleland [rehearsal of alt ending])    (FLAC > WAV)   

Comp 10  Highlight:   2 great performances of Madman Across The Water  (28m)
Comp 10  Highlight:   killer 7 min performance of White Rabbit  (mostly a long guitar jam by Craig Chaquico)
Comp 10  Highlight:   Pumpkins' Spaceboy outtake w/ slide effect in place of orchestra

Mixed Artists           Compilation 11           (flac > cd)   

Nils Lofgren         81-Nov-25    Paris, France    (FLAC>WAV:   Beggar's Day,Not A Crime,RnR Crook,CodeOfTheRoad,Moontears: 37.44m)    VG+
Jeff Starship         74-Nov-24    Winterland - San Francisco, CA    (FLAC>WAV:    Ride The Tiger + Wooden Ships:  14.38m)    E-
Jeff Starship         76-July-7    Central Park - New York, NY    (FLAC>WAV:    Miracles + White Rabbit:  9.56m)    E-
Johnny Winter     79-Sept-8    Park Meadows Racetrack - Shirley, NY    (FLAC>WAV:    Stranger:    8.35m)    VG+/E-
Led Zeppelin        71-Jan    Headley Grange - Headley, England    (FLAC>WAV:    Stairway To Heaven (newly surfaced alt take):    8.12m)    VG+

Comp 11  Highlight:   Nice alternate take of Stairway, with a great guitar solo  (more raw than final take)

Mixed Artists           Compilation 12           (flac > cd)   

Suzanne Vega         84-Apr    New York    (FLAC>WAV:   5 demos for 1st album, from Master Tape:   18.25m)    E-
Patti Smith            78-Apr-4    Old Grey Whistle Test - London, England    (FLAC>WAV:    BTNight:   3.11m)    E-
Patti Smith            78-Sept-5    Philipshalle - Düsseldorf, Germany    (FLAC>WAV:    BTN + You Light Up My Life:   6.02m)    VG+
Patti Smith            99-July-29    Israeli Radio - Tel-Aviv, Israel    (FLAC>WAV:    BTN:   3.51m)    E+
Patti Smith            79-May-23    Palladium - New York, NY    (FLAC>WAV:    Frederick, b-side of Frederick single:   5.38m)    E-
Patti Smith            1978    Record Plant Studios - New York, NY    (FLAC>WAV:    BTN outtake:   3.15m)    E-
10,000 Maniacs     93-Apr-21    New York, NY    (FLAC>WAV:    BTN:   3.29m)    E-
Bonnie Raitt          72-Oct-17    Ultrasonic Studios - Hempstead, NY    (FLAC>WAV:    Can't Find My Way Home:    3.58m)    E-
Bonnie Raitt          79-July-5    Orpheum Theater - St Paul, MN    (FLAC>WAV:    Angel From Montgomery, FM bcast:    4.00m)    E-
Bonnie Raitt          85-Sept-14    Santa Cruz County Fair - Watsonville, CA    (FLAC>WAV:    Too Long At The Fair:    3.09m)    E-
Janis Ian                1965 + ?    (FLAC>WAV:    Society's Child:    6.08m)    E-
Emmylou Harris    06-June-3    Arena di Verona - Verona, Italy    (FLAC>WAV:    Boulder To Birmingham:    3.42m)    E-

Mixed Artists           Compilation 13           (flac > cd)   

Peter Frampton   75-June-14    Winterland - San Francisco, CA    (FLAC>WAV:   Show Me The Way + Love Your Way:   9.10m)    E
Peter Frampton   75-Nov-22    SUNY-Plattsburgh - Plattsburgh, NY    (FLAC>WAV:   Do You Feel Like We Do: 13.36m)    E
Danny Gatton     1976    The Psychedelly - Bethesda, Md    (FLAC>WAV:    Linus & Lucy, Stormy Monday + Harlem Nocturne:   30.35m)    VG+
Rolling Stones     74-Apr/May    Island Recording Studios - England    (FLAC>WAV:    Time Waits For No One:   6.45m, slightly longer version)    E
The Who            77-July-21    Shepperton Studios - London, England    (FLAC>WAV:    Barbara Ann:   2.37m)    E-
The Who            1977    England    (FLAC>WAV:    Who Are You, demo:   4.26m)    E-
The Who            1977    England    (FLAC>WAV:    Who Are You, outtake:   4.55m)    E-
The Who            78-May-9    Ramport Studios - London, England    (FLAC>WAV:    Who Are You, fr promo film:   5.19m)    E-

Mixed Artists           Compilation 14           (flac > cd)   

801                         76-Sept-3    Queen Elizabeth Hall - London, England    (FLAC>WAV:    Tomorrow Never Knows:   6.09m)    E-
Camel                     1978    excerpt fr Breathless  (official studio release)    (FLAC>WAV:    Echoes: 7.16m)    E
David Sylvian         1986    excerpts fr Gone To Earth  (official studio release)    (FLAC>WAV:    Coyote Country + 2003 remix:   7.28m)    E
Gentle Giant           72-Apr-28    Town Hall - Cheltenham, England (T-393)    (FLAC>WAV:    Schooldays:    9.16m)    VG
Gentle Giant           1974    excerpt fr The Power And The Glory  (official studio release)    (FLAC>WAV:    Aspirations:   4.37m)    E-
Gentle Giant           1972    excerpt fr Three Friends  (official studio release)    (FLAC>WAV:    Schooldays:   7.36m)    E-
Weather Report     1974    excerpts fr Mysterious Traveller  (off studio release)    (FLAC>WAV:   Nubian Sundance + 2008 remaster: 21.09m)    E

Mixed Artists           Compilation 15           (flac > cd)   

Beach Boys               1963-1966    excerpts fr Best Unsurpassed Masters    (FLAC>WAV:    studio sessions:   22.51m)    E-
The Byrds                 1964-1971    excerpts fr various official albums      (FLAC>WAV:   14.19m)    E
Country Joe + Fish    78-Oct-1   Tribal Stomp, Greek Theater - Berkeley, CA  (FLAC>WAV:  Here I Go Again, Mojo + Section 43:  16.41m)   E
Joe Cocker                69-June-22    Eagles Auditorium - Seattle, WA    (FLAC>WAV:    With A Little Help From My Friends:   7.46m)    VG

Mixed Artists           Compilation 16           (flac > cd)   

CSN                             early 1969    excerpts fr Session Selections    (FLAC>WAV:    studio sessions:   26.16m)    E-
Bruce Cockburn           1978     excerpt fr Further Adventures Of  (official release)      (FLAC>WAV:    A Montreal Song:   4.04m)    E
The Divine Comedy    04-June     Europe     (FLAC>WAV:    Songs Of Love:   3.53m)    E
Michael Hedges           1985 excerpts fr Watching My Life Go By  (off release)  (FLAC>WAV: Holiday + All Along The Watchtower: 8.05m)   E-
Paul Kantner + Star    1971   excerp fr Blows Against The Empire  (off release)   (FLAC>WAV: Have You Seen The Stars Tonite:   3.45m)    E-
Leo Kottke                 1981    excerpts fr Guitar Music  (official release)   (FLAC>WAV:   Side One Suite (aka Some Birds):   10.22m)    E-

Mixed Artists           Compilation 17           (flac / shn > cd)   

Velvet Underground     1966    excerpts fr Searchin For My Mainline    (SHN>WAV:    1966 tracks only:   24.06m)    VG
Velvet Underground     1966    (FLAC>WAV:    1966 tracks only:   8.29m)    VG/VG+
John Fahey                  99-Sept-30   Brudenell Social Club - Leeds, England     (FLAC>WAV:    Improvation 1 + 2:   21.18m)    VG+/E-

Mixed Artists           Compilation 18           (flac > cd)   

Peter Gabriel       78-Oct-28    University Hall, SUNY - Stony Brook, NY    (FLAC>WAV:    Exposure:   4.14m, rare live performance)    w/ Robert Fripp    VG+
Patti Smith           77-Dec-30    CBGB - New York, NY    (FLAC>WAV:    Because The Night:   4.17m)    w/ Bruce Springsteen    VG
Patti Smith           1977    (FLAC>WAV:    Because The Night outtake:   3.15m)    E-

Mixed Artists           Compilation 19           (flac > cd  +  flv > mp3 > wav)   

John Doe       1992    (FLV>MP3>WAV:    I Will Always Love You   2.53m)    IMO, the definitive performance of this song, as heard briefly in The Bodyguard    VG+

Mixed Artists           Compilation 20           (flac > cd  +  flv > mp3 > wav)   

John Doe       1992    (FLV>MP3>WAV:    I Will Always Love You   2.53m)    IMO, the definitive version of this song, as heard briefly in The Bodyguard    VG+




My wife and I:    05-Oct-7