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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead - St. Louis, MO (02/06/69)


Grateful Dead
Kiel Auditorium,
St Louis MO

Download FLAC: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Download MP3@320: Part 1, Part 2


101-d1t01 - //Morning Dew
102-d1t02 - Dark Star ->
103-d1t03 - St. Stephen ->
104-d1t04 - The Eleven ->
105-d1t05 - Turn on Your Lovelight
106-d2t01 - Cryptical Envelopment ->
107-d2t02 - The Other One ->
108-d2t03 - Cryptical Envelopment//
109-d2t04 - //Feedback ->
110-d2t05 - And We Bid You Goodnight

Sound Forge was used to adjust the pitch for portions of the
recording and to remove several small pops.

Thanks to Paul Hartman
edits/encoding by J. Cotsman

Flac encoding notes:
All processing with Trader’s Little Helper
Shn - st5 generated
Shn > Flac ( level 8 )
Flac - st5 generated and matched to Shn st5

Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison - Tape Tree Vol. 8: A Big Hand for the Reverend Fame (1989-1991)

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Van Morrison
Tape Tree Volume 8:
A Big Hand For The Reverend Fame

Download MP3@320: Part 1, Part 2

Side 1

These Are The Days
Gloria/Smokestack Lightning
She Moved Through The Fair
Listen To The Lion
Help Me
Boom Boom
Wonderful Remark
Into The Mystic
Jackie Wilson Said

Side 2
Sweet Thing
Summertime In England
Send In The Clowns
In The Days Before Rock’n'Roll


Side 1, tracks 1-3:
Point Depot, Dublin 18-Dec-89
Side 1, track 4:
Barbicon Theatre, London 19-Feb-90 (with Danish Radio Big Band)
Side 1, track 5:
Beacon Theatre New York 27-Nov-89
Side 1, track 6:
Greek Theatre Berkeley 15-Apr-90 (with John Lee Hooker)
Side 1, tracks 7-8:
Colosseo Teatro, Torino, Italy 22-Jan-90
Side 1, track 9:
Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland 11-Jul-90
also on Down By Avalon and others
Side 2, track 1:
Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland 11-Jul-90
also on Down By Avalon and others
Side 2, tracks 2-4:
Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, Utrecht, Holland 01-Apr-91
also on Pagan Streams
Side 2, tracks 5-6:
Point Depot (late set), Dublin 21-Dec-90 (track 6 with Paul Durcan)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan - Cologne, West Germany (06/16/84)

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Bob Dylan
Mngersdorfer Stadion
Cologne, West Germany
June 16, 1984

Download FLAC: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
Download MP3@320: Part 1, Part 2

Source: Unknown audience recording > “Low generation audio discs > (Feurio) wav > (flacfront end) flac.” Taped by GS (according to source).


CD 1:
01. Highway 61 Revisited
02. Jokerman
03. All Along The Watchtower
04. Just Like A Woman
05. Maggie’s Farm
06. I And I
07. License To Kill
08. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (acoustic)
09. Tangled Up In Blue (acoustic)
10. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) (acoustic)
11. Love Minus Zero - No Limit
12. Masters Of War

CD 2:
01. Ballad Of A Thin Man
02. Simple Twist Of Fate
03. Every Grain Of Sand
04. Like A Rolling Stone
05. Mr. Tambourine Man (acoustic)
06. It Ain’t Me, Babe (acoustic)
07. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
08. Tombstone Blues
09. Blowin’ In The Wind
10. Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
11. Why Do I Have To Choose?

Total time = 117:55

The show was scheduled like this:
Joan Baez started with a solo set including some 10 songs.
Santana performed for about 90 minutes.
First set: 7 songs by Bob Dylan and the band.
One song sung by Gregg Sutton backed by the band without Dylan
Second set: 2-4 songs solo by Dylan
6-7 songs by Dylan and the band.
Encores: 2-3 songs solo by Dylan
1-6 songs by Dylan and the band and Carlos Santana

Bob Dylan - vocals, guitar
Mick Taylor - guitar
Ian MacLagan - keyboards
Gregg Sutton - bass
Colin Allen - drums
Carlos Santana - guitar (during the encores)

There are six LB numbers assigned: LB-1536 (”Leave No Stone Unturned”) or the Southside Butcher’s version; LB-1841; LB-2968 (version “a” taped by “gs”); LB-3924 (direct copies from SM masters); LB-9797; and LB-9859. LB-9797 was posed in July ‘13; LB-9859 in Jan. ‘12

LB-2968 was last posted here by charlespoet in July ‘05. described it as, “not much above 17k; same recording as Fendert [LB-1841] and Southside Butcher [LB-1536] versions based on clapping and talking at begin of Its Alright Ma; this one is warmer than Fendert or Southside Butchers which seem harsher in comparison; same annoying crowd as noted on previous version.”

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan - Locarno, Switzerland (10/05/87)

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Bob Dylan
Piazza Grande
Locarno, Switzerland
October 5, 1987

Download FLAC: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Download MP3@320: Zippyshare

Source: Schubert ASM (additional sound mastering) from CB Tape


CD 1:
01. Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
02. Like A Rolling Stone
03. Maggie’s Farm
04. I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
05. Dead Man, Dead Man
06. The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest
07. Seeing The Real You At Last
08. Watching The River Flow
09. Simple Twist Of Fate
10. Tomorrow Is A Long Time
11. Ballad Of A Thin Man
12. Shot Of Love
13. Trust Yourself
14. Blowin’ In The Wind

Total time = 69:50

This show was during the 1987 Temples In Flames Tour with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.

jessecj posted LB-2371 as SHN in Jan. ‘05. described the Nov. ‘11 of LB-2371 in FLAC as the “same recording with a little different levels and similar spectral view with same digital flaws; described as “Schubert Remaster, SOURCE: Files on DATA DVD > EAC > Flac Level 8 Align on Sector Boundaries, Artwork by JTT”

If you want LB-2371 in its original SHN file set, then this is what is being uploaded.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison - Oslo, Norway (06/02/07) - “The Keeping It Simple Live Show”


Oslo Konserthus
Oslo, Norway
“The Keeping It Simple Live Show”
June 2nd, 2007

Download FLAC: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Download MP3@320: Part 1, Part 2

4th Row, Centre
SP-CMC-8 (AT943c’s)>2x AT8532>CA ST
-9100 Preamp>Edirol R-09 (24bit/44.1kHz)

R-09>USB>Cool Edit Pro (normalizing, fade i/o, dithering
To 16bit w/MBIT+)>CD Wave (tracking)>flac (level 8)

Disc 1:
01. Whinin’ Boy Moan
02. Stranded
03. Big Blue Diamonds
04. Foggy Mountain Top
05. Magic Time
06. Moondance
07. Who Can I Turn To?
08. Bright Side Of The Road
09. There Stands The Glass

Disc 2:
01. Back On Top
02. Saint James Infirmary
03. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You
04. I Can’t Stop Loving You
05. Playhouse
06. Stop Drinking
07. One Irish Rover
08. Precious Time
09. Brown Eyed Girl
10. Help Me>Shake Your Money Maker

New Notes:
FFP, MD5, auCDtect Flac Report (all files 100% Flac),
Original and Alternate Art Included.
New Digital Enhaced 150dpi art work Included
Audience Recording: Rating A
Thanks To my Friend Simon for sharing this gem with me, Much Respect.
Feel free to share this anywhere, Let The River Flow.
FreeMorrison - March 23rd, 2012

Lossless Bootleg Bonanaza: Jimi Hendrix, BB King & Paul Butterfield - New York, NY (04/15/68)

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Jimi Hendrix & B.B. King w/ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Generation Club,
New York City, NY, USA
April 15th, 1968

Download FLAC: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Download MP3@320: Part 1, Part 2

Lineage: CDRx > EAC > wav > flac

Disc One:
01 Ad Libbed Impromptu Blues[*]
02 Kooper’s Shuffle[*]
03 Like A Rolling Stone
04 San-Ho-Zay/Instrumental Blues Jam
05 B.B. King Intro
06 Slow Blues
07 Fast Blues

Disc Two
08 It’s My Own Fault
09 BB King Intros 2

[*]Sans Jimi Hendrix.
Time: 1:33:44

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band - Buffalo, NY (11/30/77)

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Jerry Garcia Band
Center Theater, SUNY
Buffalo, NY

Download FLAC: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6
Download MP3@320: Part 1, Part 2

MAC > Reel > DAT > CDx1 > EAC > SHN.
Taper, equipment, and location currently uncertain, but probably recorded
by Steve Spitalny, Sony ECM-99A > Nak 550.

DAT > CD by AJL, Sony PCM R500 > HHB800.
Extraction using EAC, .shn encoding using
mkwACT, and sector boundary verification
using shntool by Joe Jupille.

Disc One (6) 63:19
–Set I–
1. [0:44] How Sweet It Is [9:48] [0:46]
2. Catfish John [9:30] [0:47]
3. That’s What Love Will Make You Do [10:00] [0:38]
4. Simple Twist of Fate [12:26] [1:21]
5. Mystery Train [8:18] [0:14]
6. Mission in the Rain [8:20] [0:24]

Disc Two (7) 74:24
–Set II–
1. [0:12] I’ll Take a Melody [13:32] [0:34]
2. The Way You Do The Things You Do [8:46] [0:18]
3. Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door [11:42] [0:30]
4. Reuben & Cherise [5:39] [0:43]
5. Russian Lullaby [11:31] [0:25]
6. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down [8:08] [0:44]
7. Midnight Moonlight [11:25] [0:10]

No flaws noted.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Neil Young - The Complete Joel Bernstein Tapes

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Neil Young
The Complete Joel Bernstein tapes (all 22 songs)
Acoustic soundboard compilation, November 1976

Download FLAC: Part 1, Part 2
Download MP3@320: Zippyshare

Sources: Tracks 1-9 and 12-22: “Acoustic Young” bootleg Tracks 10 and 11: “River of Pride” bootleg

1. Campaigner, Boston 11/22/76 E
2. Old Laughing Lady, Atlanta 11/24/76 E
3. Human Highway, Madison, Wis. 11/14/76
4. Tell Me Why, Chicago 11/15/76 L
5. After the Goldrush, Houston 11/11/76
6. Harvest, Boston 11/22/76 L
7. Mr. Soul, New York City 11/20/76 E
8. Here We Are in the Years, Atlanta 11/24/76 L
9. Journey Through the Past, Boston 11/22/76 L
10. Heart of Gold, Fort Worth, Texas 11/10/76
11. A Man Needs a Maid, New York City 11/20/76 L
12. White Line, Fort Worth, Texas 11/10/76
13. Give Me Strength, New York City 11/20/76 L
14. No One Seems to Know, Boulder, Colo. 11/7/76
15. Mellow My Mind, New York City 11/20/76 E
16. Too Far Gone, Boulder, Colo. 11/6/76
17. Needle and the Damage Done, Atlanta 11/24/76 E
18. Pocahontas, Atlanta 11/24/76 L
19. Roll Another Number, Boston 11/22/76 L
20. Losing End, Atlanta, 11/24/76 L
21. Love is a Rose, Houston 11/11/76
22.Sugar Mountain, 11/24/76 L

Joel Bernstein worked with Neil Young as a photographer and as his musical archivist. He compiled soundboard recordings of his favorite performances from Neil’s acoustic sets in November 1976. These recordings have been widely distributed for a long time — I believe they first appeared on vinyl under the title “Last Plane Outta Here.” (Vinyl is NOT the source of what I have here.) Most Young collectors have these recordings, but most of them have the version taken from the bootleg titled “Acoustic Young,” which is missing two of the 22 songs: “Heart of Gold” and “A Man Needs a Maid.” Here I’ve used the 20 tracks from “Acoustic Young” and inserted the missing songs in the original correct running order. Those two songs are take from the “River of Pride” bootleg, which I think has slightly lower sound quality compared with “AY,” though you may not notice it.

I’ve equalized the volume because the stuff was taken from two sources. Note that although these are soundboard recordings, they are not direct from the master. The tapes were passed around between friends until someone finally bootleged them. I consider the sound to be excellent for a bootleg — especially one from 1976 — though it’s not official-release quality. It’s a very enjoyable disc, and I consider it to be an essential part of a good Neil Young collection.

Artwork is included.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead - Kansas City, KS (02/05/69)


Grateful Dead
Soldiers & Sailors Auditorium,
Kansas City, Kansas

Download FLAC: Part 1, Part 2
Download MP3@320: Zippy


(missing) - Turn on Your Lovelight
102-d1t02 - Cryptical Envelopment ->
103-d1t03 - The Other One ->
104-d1t03 - Cryptical Envelopment//
105-d1t04 - //Dark Star ->
106-d1t05 - St. Stephen ->
107-d1t06 - The Eleven ->
108-d1t07 - Caution (Do No Stop On tracks) ->
109-d1t08 - Feedback ->
110-d1t09 - We Bid You Goodnight

tape warble @ 5:10 Caution

Sound Forge was used to normalize the recording, remove a number
of crackles and discontinuities, and splice together an overlap
in The Eleven.

thanks to Chuck Gannon
edits/encoding by J.Cotsman

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Eric Clapton - San Francisco, Ca (11/07/94) - “Blues at the Fillmore”


Eric Clapton
November 7, 1994
The Fillmore
San Francisco, California
“Blues at the Fillmore”
3BR Records - 3BR 125 - SB 6

Download FLAC: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
Download MP3@320: Part 1, Part 2

Original 3BR (Directly from Igor and the Professor) > LiteOn iHAP322 (UL18 Firmware) >
EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure Mode, Calibrated Offset +6, 0) > FLAC (Level 6)

Disc 1

d1t01 - Motherless Child
d1t02 - Malted Milk
d1t03 - How Long
d1t04 - Kidman Blues
d1t05 - County Jail
d1t06 - .44
d1t07 - Blues Leave Me Alone
d1t08 - Standin’ Around Crying
d1t09 - Hoochie Coochie Man
d1t10 - It Hurts Me Too
d1t11 - Blues Before Sunrise
d1t12 - Third Degree
d1t13 - Reconsider Baby

Disc 2

d2t01 - Sinner’s Prayer
d2t02 - Can’t Judge Nobody
d2t03 - Someday After a While
d2t04 - Tore Down
d2t05 - Have You Ever Loved a Woman
d2t06 - Crosscut Saw
d2t07 - Five Long Years
d2t08 - Crossroads
d2t09 - Groaning the Blues
d2t10 - Ain’t Nobody’s Business

Mix Ratio:
SBD -1 db
Aud -8 db
** some minor mix adjustments here and there when needed **
Matrix by dusborne using Adobe Audition CS6 and Audacity 2.0


Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals
Andy Fairweather Low: Rhythm Guitar
Jerry Portnoy: Harmonica
Chris Stainton: Keyboards
Dave Bronze: Bass
Andy Newmark: Drums
Roddy Lorimer: Trumpet
Tim Sanders: Tenor Sax
Simon Clarke: Baritone Sax

Geetarz Comments:
Okay, we’re talking “essential”, right? After the success of the late 1980s and early
1990s - especially “Unplugged” - EC was finally free to pursue his passion, blues! After
testing the waters with some “all blues” nights at the Royal Albert Hall, and then the
mixed blues/pop/rock sets from 1993, in 1994 it was time to jump in all the way. After a
long summer arena tour with a setlist consisting only of his favorite blues numbers, in
early November Clapton set out on a mini-tour of not arenas, not sheds, but small clubs -
the places where this music was born, and meant to be played. The first three nights were
also notable, as on November 7/8/9 they took place at the Fillmore, in San Francisco, and
were recorded and filmed for a movie by acclaimed director Martin Scorcese. This night,
the first of the three night run, was recorded on videotape by the crew so that they
could plan their camera moves and “blocking” for the remaining two nights. The videotape
source has been available to collectors in varying quality for years, and has been used
as the source for several boots, perhaps the most notable of which is
“Blues From the Heart” (Parrott / Red Robin). The folks at 3BR obtained access to a very
low generation, much cleaner source than used for “Blues From the Heart”, and after a
bunch of work, released the result as “Blues At the Fillmore” for fans. Even if you
already have a copy of this title, this may be a nice upgrade for you, direct from the
masters with known lineage.

Eric Clapton
November 7/8/9 1994
Mid Valley-MVR 257/258/259/260/262/262
The Fillmore, San Francisco, California
Audience A5/A6

November 7th 1994

Audience>Mid Valley Silvers>Plextor 40X12X40 SCSI>EAC>Flac Frontend 6

Originally upped by Mainline Fl on dime in 2009.

—Thank you to Geetarz and the folks at 3BR for all the work on the SBD.
—Thank you Mainline Fl for making the AUD available.
—Thanks to germain for everything;seeding,encouragement,advice and tutelage.

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