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* SiteTitle & SiteSubtitle: The title and subtitle of the site, as shown above (after saving, they will also appear in the browser title bar)
* MainMenu: The menu (usually on the left)
* DefaultTiddlers: Contains the names of the tiddlers that you want to appear when the TiddlyWiki is opened
You'll also need to enter your username for signing your edits: <<option txtUserName>>
These InterfaceOptions for customising TiddlyWiki are saved in your browser

Your username for signing your edits. Write it as a WikiWord (eg JoeBloggs)

<<option txtUserName>>
<<option chkSaveBackups>> SaveBackups
<<option chkAutoSave>> AutoSave
<<option chkRegExpSearch>> RegExpSearch
<<option chkCaseSensitiveSearch>> CaseSensitiveSearch
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----
Also see AdvancedOptions
disc 1
1. Fanfare for the Common Man
2. Desde la Vida
3. Lover to Lover
4. You Do or You Don't
5. Hoedown
6. Talkin' Bout

disc 2
1. Creole Dance
2. On My Way Home
3. Runaway
4. Standing in the Shadows of Love
5. America/Rondo/Drum Solo
6. Eight Miles High
The wiki will be under startup construction for a bit. My goal is to have it up to date by July 1, 2006.

I'm also working on an RSS feed, so you can just subscribe to updates.
Intro
Crazy Eights
Mysterious Conversation
Ursula in Summer
Drifting into the Attack
Theme from an Imaginary Western
Uptown Breakdown
Sleight of Hand
Bloody Mary
audience
Something in B Flat

Jack Bruce - bass, vocals
Billy Cobham - drums
Allan Holdsworth - guitar
Didier Lockwood - violin
David Sancious - keyboards

Trade history
jazzvines: offered 2007-08-04
Fly on the Wall
Back in Black
Shake Your Foundations
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
You Shook Me All Night Long
Sin City
Jailbreak
The Jack
Shoot to Thrill

Highway to Hell
Sink the Pink
Whole Lotta Rosie
Let There Be Rock
Hell's Bells
T.N.T.
For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)

Disc 1
1 Sirius/Eye In The Sky
2 I Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You
3 Can’t Take It With You
4 Old And Wise
5 Money Talks/La Sagrada Familia
6 Days Are Numbers (The Traveller)
7 Prime Time
8 Limelight
9 Time
10 Turn It Up
11 Standing On Higher Ground
12 Blue Blue Sky II
13 I Can’t Look Down
14 So Far Away

Disc 2
1 Fall Free
2 Cloudbreak
3 Brother Up In Heaven
4 (The System Of) Dr. Tarr & Pr. Fether
5 Psychobabble
6 Don’t Answer Me
7 Band Intro/You’re Gonna Get Your Fingers Burned
8 Games People Play
Transfer: CD-R from trade > EAC > FLAC Level 8 > you 

Disc 1 
1 Magical Mystery Tour 
2 Sirius/Eye In The Sky 
3 Barracuda 
4 Hello It’s Me 
5 You’re The Biggest Part of Me 
6 The Real Me 
7 Back In The U.S.S.R. 
8 Lady Madonna 
9 I’m Down 
10 The Fool On The Hill 
11 While My Guitar Gently Weeps 
12 Yesterday 
13 Here Comes The Sun 
 
Disc 2
1 Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
2 You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away
3 Maybe I’m Amazed
4 Rain
5 Blackbird
6 Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey
7 Revolution
8 Day Tripper
9 Ticket To Ride
10 I Want To Hold Your Hand
11 Hey Jude
12 Birthday
13 Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End

Alan Parsons: Guitars, Vocals & Keyboard 
Todd Rundgren: Guitars & Vocals 
Ann Wilson: Vocals & Flute 
John Entwistle: Bass & Vocals 
David Pack: Guitars & Vocals 
Godfrey Townsend: Guitars 
Steve Loungo: Drums 
John Beck: Keyboards 
Intro/I Robot
Damned If I Do
Don't Answer Me
Breakdown
The Raven
Luciferama
What Goes Up
Limelight
Time
Psychobabble
Return to Tunguska

More Lost without You
I Wouldn't Want to Be Like You
We Play the Game
Don't Let It Show
Prime Time
Sirius/Eye in the Sky
Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether
Old & Wise
Games People Play
Statesboro Blues
Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
Done Somebody Wrong
One Way Out
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Midnight Rider
Hot 'Lanta
Whipping Post
You Don't Love Me

Trade history:
2007-08-12 received in trade


Amy's set:
1. [tuning up]
2. Shopping Around
3. Cynically Yours
4. Beer & Kisses
5. Are We Ever Gonna Have Sex Again
6. Summer of My Wasted Youth
7. Keep It to Yourself
8. I Hate Every Bone in Her Body
9. Magicians
10. Til the Wheels Fall Off (w/ Todd Snider)
11. Balls
12. 20 Questions

Todd's set:
1. Easy Money
2. 45 Miles
3. [Devil's Backbone intro]
 Ballad of the Devil's Backbone Tavern
4. D.B. Cooper
5. [Moondawg story]
 Moondawg's Tavern
6. Doublewide Blues > Why Don't We Get Drunk and Screw (Jimmy Buffet)
7. [Moondawg's funeral]
 Can't Complain
8. Beer Run
9. Class of '85
10. Waco Moon
11. [Tillamook County Jail story]
 Tillamook County Jail
12. [End of Tillamook County Jail story]
 Keep Off the Grass
13. Vinyl Records
14. What's Wrong with You
15. Alright Guy
16. Illegal Smile (John Prine)
17. Freebird > Sideshow Blues

DISC 2
1. [Skip story]
 Broke
2. Satisfaction (Rolling Stones) (w/ Amy Rigby)
3. Satisfaction Guaranteed (w/ Amy Rigby)
4. Somebody's Comin'
5. I Believe You/Amazing Grace
Audience > DAT > 1st copy > eac > wave > flac frontend 

Disc 1 :

01. Intro (2:50)
02. Stella (7:18)
03. Angoh! / Band Introduction (10:05)
04. New & Unreleased (3:14)
05. Dancing With The Lion (5:28)
o6. Cor Do Amor (4:26)
07. Passionata (7:05)
08. Under One Moon (7:30)
09. Belladonna (3:44)
10. Morgana Palace (12:57)

Disc 2 :

01. Behind The Garden (13:15)
02. The Secret, The Candle And Love (3:28)
03. Moon Dance / Geastrum Coronatum (10:15)
04. First Free Improvisation Encore (11:15)
05. Second Free Improvisation Encore (5:53)

Andreas Vollenweider - Electric Modified Pedal Harp, Vocals
Walter Keiser - Drums, Percussion
Andi Pupato - Percussion
Daniel Küffer - Keyboard, Saxophone, Flute, Percussion, Akkordeon
Disc One:

01) Intro (John Bell)
02) Fixin' To Die
03) No Egos Underwater
04) Shoeless Joe
05) Yield Not To Temptation
06) Planet Earth
07) Time Flack
08) Salty Dog
09) Ain't Nothing You Can Do*
10) Compared To What
11) Trondossa
12) Workin' On A Building

Disc Two:

01) Zambi>
02) Space Is The Place/Rocket #9> Drums> Space Is The Place>
03) Jazz Bank>
04) Davy Crockett
05) Cheese Frog
06) E:) Time Is Free
Wake Up
Neighborhood #2 (Laika)
No Cars Go
Haiti
Headlights Look Like Diamonds
Sleeping in a Submarine
Five Years
Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)
Neighborhood #3 (Power Out) > Rebellion (Lies)

This is my Wiki for Booting the System, my collection of unofficial live recordings.
1/1
1/2
2/1
2/2
Everything Merges with the Night
Burning Airlines Give You So Much More

Brian Eno: Music for Airports 
 
When we first heard Music for Airports in the late seventies/early eighties it was like a door cracking open. This record-long piece was mesmerizing, dreamy, intense and meant to be played in or thought of as fitting into a specific environment. It was a redefinition of how we relate to music in our everyday lives. Brian Eno was exploring the question of where music could go. Could its home lie somewhere outside of the muzak of elevators and dentists' offices and outside of the concert hall as well? Could it exist somewhere in between? Eno was essentially defining Ambient music. Twenty years ago there were no Ambient departments in record stores. There were no New Age or techno sections, no chill rooms. Music for Airports kicked off a whole web of musics that hadn't existed previously. But the unique factor about Eno's work was that although it could and can exist in the background of everyday life it is music that carries a potency and integrity that goes far beyond the incidental. It's music that is carefully, beautifully, brilliantly constructed and its compositional techniques rival the most intricate of symphonies. What Eno didn't imagine was that his piece would be realized with live musicians. In his analog studio, methodically stringing out bits of tape and looping them over themselves, he hadn't anticipated that a new generation of musicians would take his music out of the studio and perform it on live instruments in a public forum. Over at Bang on a Can we have always searched for the redefinition of music, exploring the boundaries outside of what is expected. This recording represents a further step in this exploration. After 20 years where does this landmark piece fit into our ever expanding definition? The effect has only begun. The Music for Airports revolution is just beginning to unfold. The live realization of Music for Airports stays close to the source. To the core group of the Bang on a Can All-Stars we've added voices, brass, winds and pipa, filling out the orchestra of sound that emerged in our minds from Eno's original synthesized recording. We have had the great pleasure of sharing the project plans with Brian Eno along the way. We are indebted to him for giving us the experience of getting inside and out of this monumental work. - Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe 
Mysteries
Romance
Drake
Resolve
Spider Monkey
Tom the Model
Autumn Leaves
Funny Time of the Year
Candy Says
Show
Mysteries
Romance
Drake
Resolve
Spider Monkey
Tom the Model
Sand River
Funny Time of Year
Candy Says
Show
Soul for Every Cowboy
Kensington Line
Hysteria
Dinner with Ivan
Julianna
Turn the Light Out
Magdelina
Secret Mission
Ellis Island
Helpless
Riveria
It's Alright
Carolina
Please Don't Tell Her
Runaway Train
Resignation Superman
Again and Again
City on Fire
Sister Sweetly
Circle
Tangerine
Strategem
Vincent of Jersey > The Leaving Song
Bittersweet
Crazy Mary
Freedom Fighter
Broken Hearted Savior
Disc 1

Beautiful World
Dirty Juice
Crazy Mary
Secret Mission
Stratagem
Lets Get it on*/ Sister Sweetly
Moose Song
Caroline
Friend of the Devil%
Peacemakers Blues/ Broken Hearted Savior

Disc 2
Conquistador
Geography of a Horse Dreamer
Vincent of Jersey/ The Leaving Song
Come On Come On
Riviera
Tangerine
Love Transmission
In the Morning
Bittersweet
Resignation Superman
crowd before encore
Monument in Green
Circle
No Truce with the Furies
If Summer Had Its Ghosts
Forgiveness
Some Shiver, While He Cavorts
A Part, and Yet Apart
Footloose and Fancy Free
Dewey Eyed, Then Dancing
Pigalle
Original Sin
Mr. Memory
Blues for LA
Keep Your Eyes Open
Rain, Rain
Roscoe
Lookout for Hope
Shenandoah
Egg Radio

Big Shoe
Poem for Eva
Introductions
Lookout for Hope #2
Keep Your Eyes Open #2
My Buffalo Girl
Monroe
Verona

Cadillac 1959
That Was Then
The Pioneers
Poem for Eva #2
Mr. Memory #2
Big Shoe #2 
Untitled
Blackfield
Open Mind
The Hole In Me
Glow
Pain
Epedemic
Hello
Cloudy Now
 Once
Miss U
Blackfield
Christenings
The Hole In Me
1,000 People
Pain
Glow
Thank U (Alanis Morissette)
Epidemic
Some Day
Set II
Open Mind
My Gift Of Silence
Where Is My Love
End Of The World
Hello
Once
Cloudy Now
Blackfield
Open Mind
The Hole In Me
Glow
Pain
Lullaby
Summer
Where Is My Love?
Cloudy Now
Scars
Hello
Feel So Low
Don't Tell Me
What's Your Problem?
That's Love That It Is
Don't You Love It All?
Why Don't They Leave Things Alone?
God's Kitchen
Lose Your Love
Paradise Is
Other Animals
Game Above My Head
Living On The Ceiling
I've Seen The Word
Kind
Blind Vision

intro tape
Stairway to the Stars
Harvester of Eyes
Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll
E.T.I.
Morning Final
Flaming Telepaths
Then Came the Last Days of May
ME-262
Dominance and Submission

Buck's Boogie
This Ain't the Summer of Love
5 Guitars
Born to Be Wild
(Don't Fear) The Reaper

For hard-core collectors only. ME-262 is incomplete, and the recording of D&S is botched. This also includes a very gratuitous drum solo.
R.U.Ready To Rock
E.T.I.
Cities On Flame
Hot Rails To Hell
Godzilla
This Ain't The Summer of Love
Born To be Wild
Don't Fear The Reaper
Dominance & Submission
Dr. Music
Mirrors
Cities On Flame With Rock 'N Roll
The Great Sun Jester
Buck's Boogie
The Vigil

Astronomy
ME 262
Godzilla
Hot Rails To Hell
Bass Solo
5 Guitars
Born To Be Wild

The recording is a bit dated, but the stereo separation is fantastic, and the performance is great (esp. BB). Astronomy features a different solo than usually played. We'll even forgive the electric tom toms in Dr. Music. Listen for the motorcycle Eric rides onto stage at the beginning of BTBW.
Dr. Music
ETI
Lips in the Hills
Unknown Tongue
Cities on Flame
The Marshall Plan
Hungry Boys
Divine Wind
Me262
Hot Rails to Hell

Black Blade
Godzilla
Bass Solo
Five Guitars
Born to Be Wild
Don't Fear the Reaper (incomplete)

Mastered a bit too high & fast. Likely a SBD or Pre-FM
Dr. Music
Lips in the Hills
Unknown Tongue
Cities on Flame
The Marshall Plan
Divine Wind
Last Days of May
It's Not Easy
Me262

Black Blade
Godzilla
Five Guitars
Born to Be Wild
Arthur Comics
Roadhouse Blues
Don't Fear the Reaper

Performing as Soft White Underbelly
Dr. Music
ETI
Burnin' for You
Fire of Unknown Origin
Cities on Flame
Joan Crawford
Flaming Telepaths
Veteran of the Psychic Wars

Me262
Hot Rails to Hell
Godzilla
Born to Be Wild
Heavy Metal
Don't Fear the Reaper
Roadhouse Blues

Quite simply one of my favorite concerts of all time.
Dr. Music
ETI
Burnin' for You
Fire of Unknown Origin
Cities on Flame
Joan Crawford
Flaming Telepaths
Veteran of the Psychic Wars
Hot Rails to Hell

Me262
Heavy Metal
Don't Fear the Reaper
Godzilla
Born to Be Wild
Five Guitars
Roadhouse Blues
intro
Dr. Music
E.T.I.
Hot Rails to Hell
Cities on Flame
Joan Crawford
Burnin' for You
Seven Screaming Diz-Busters

Veteran of the Psychic Wars
ME-262
Godzilla
bass solo
Born to Be Wild
(Don't Fear) The Reaper
Roadhouse Blues
1.  R. U. Ready 2 Rock
2.  White Flags
3.  Take Me Away
4.  Dancin' In The Ruins
5.  The Shadow Warrior
6.  Burnin' For You
7.  Godzilla
8.  Wings Of Mercury
9.  (Don't Fear) The Reaper
10. Born To Be Wild
11. Let Go
12. Shooting Shark

Released in 1993 by the "International Broadcast Recordings" 
label.  Recorded at the Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, CA on 
3/27/1986.  However, the last 3 songs on the CD are actually from a 
2/14/1984 show at the Hammersmith Odeon in London.  The California 
portion of this recording (often incorrectly referred as being from Los 
Angeles) was broadcast on "The King Biscuit Flower Hour" on 7/13/1986.  
This show was rebroadcast by King Biscuit on 8/31/1998, and sent to 
radio stations on CD (the last 3 songs were not part of the King Biscuit 
broadcast, and therefore not on this radio-only CD).  "Wings Of Mercury" 
is credited as written by Donald Roeser, Eric Bloom, and Albert 
Bouchard.  However, according to Bolle Gregmar, the song was actually 
written by Dream Syndicate (Karl Precoda), and given to BOC to use (both 
Dream Syndicate and BOC were managed by Sandy Pearlman, and Tommy 
Zvoncheck plays keyboards on at least one Dream Syndicate album).  It 
was planned to be played by BOC on the Hear 'n Aid project (a heavy-
metal album project organized by Ronnie James Dio to raise money for the 
hungry -- the album featured a group of stars singing one song, plus a 
number of tracks by some of the artists), but was not used.  "Wings Of 
Mercury" was actually played as the first encore of the Santa Monica 
show, but was inserted in-between "Godzilla" and "(Don't Fear) The 
Reaper" for the radio broadcast.  The recording of "Born To Be Wild" 
appears to have been edited to remove the "Texas Chainsaw guitar duel".  
The second verse of "Shooting Shark" is not on the recording -- either 
the band did not perform the second verse, or it was edited out of the 
mix.  The name of this release no doubt comes from the Celtic Frost song 
of the same name.  
R.U. Ready 2 Rock
Dominance and submission
ETI
I am the one you warned me of
Buck's boogie
Astronomy'88
Take me away

In the presence of another world
Flaming Telepaths
Cities on flame
Joan Crawford
Burnin' for you
This ain't the summer of love
Golden age of leather
CD1

R.U. Ready 2 Rock
Dominance and submission
ETI
I am the one you warned me of
Buck's boogie
Astronomy'88
Take me away

CD2

In the presence of another world
Flaming Telepaths
Cities on flame
Joan Crawford
Burnin' for you
Godzilla (Drum solo)
(Don't fear) The Reaper

Encores:
This ain't the summer of love
Golden age of leather
The red and the black
Stairway to the Stars
Dominance and Submission
Before the Kiss (A Redcap)
ETI
Buck's Boogie
Take Me Away
Cities on Flame
Astronomy
Career of Evil

Unknown Tongue
Burnin' for You
Godzilla
Don't Fear the Reaper
This Ain't the Summer of Love
The Red and the Black
Stairway to the Stars
Dr. Music
Dominance and Submission
Before the Kiss (A Redcap)
E.T.I.
Demon's Kiss
Teen Archer
Joan Crawford
Cities on Flame
Still Burning
I Love the Night

This Ain't the Summer of Love
ME-262
Harvest Moon
Burnin' for You
Godzilla
(Don't Fear) The Reaper
Golden Age of Leather
The Red and the Black
CD1
Stairway to the stars
Dr. Music
Od'd on life itself
E.T.I.
Harvest moon
Before the kiss
See you in black
Joan Crawford
Flaming telepaths
Cities on flame

CD2
Astronomy
In thee
Lips in the hill
Burnin for you
Godzilla
(Don't fear) the Reaper
Dominance and submission
The Red and the Black

Eric Bloom
Donald "Buck Dharma" Roeser
Allen Lanier
Danny Miranda
Chuck Burgi


intro
Maggie's Farm
The Times They Are A-Changin'
Lonesome Day Blues
Mr. Tambourine Man
It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
Po' Boy
Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again
Dignity
Love Sick
Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum

Saving Grace
Honest with Me
Ballad of Hollis Brown
Summer Days
Like a Rolling Stone
All Along the Watchtower

taper: Streetcar Visions
Source: Schoeps CCM 4V > Lunatec V3 > Sony M1
Transfer: Sony D8 > Emagic 6/2 > Peak 4.12 > xACT
9th Festival di Cultura e Musica Jazz

Bobo Stenson - piano
Christian Spering - bass
Jon Fait - drums

1. Vers le top (Vladimir Visotzky) 14:17
2. Tonus (Bobo Stenson) 13:29
3. Melancholy (Duke Ellington) 12:01
4. untitled (John Coltrane) 8:01
5. El Major (Silvio Rodriguez) 9:23
6. There Comes a Time (Tony Williams) 9:55
7. Race Face (Ornette Coleman) 7:20


DISC #1 - Set I

01) Interlocking Intro Jam w/ QST ->
02) I Might Be Wrong ->
03) Machine -> #
04) Astphadel ->
05) Interlocking Outro Jam w/ QST

DISC #2 - Set II

01) Interlocking Intro Jam w/ QST ->
02) Who Really Runs the Planet ->
03) Bottlecap ->
04) Who Really Runs the Planet
05) Crowd/Banter
06) Catharsis
07) Crowd/Banter
Encore (with QST)
08) Boy

source:
microtech gefell sms2000/200 > ps2 > ad20 > d8
d8 > dio2448 > cdwave > shn
(# 3:25 - 9:20 segment of d1t03 is AT3528 -> PS/2 -> AD-20 -> D8
 to replace dropout caused by low ps2 battery)
tape and transfer by steve sanford - tracking by andrei marinenko
Set 1 

Let's Start A Gang -> Inside The Tinman -> Celebrity -> Catharsis -> Inside The Tinman, State Police -> Catharsis

Set 2 

Dead Clowns -> Machine -> Too Late To Call -> Machine, Leave The Light On -> Fascination Street -> A Wonderful Day -> Fascination Street

E: Getaway Somehow -> A Wonderful Day

Opening Comments
Tenth Avenue Freeze Out
Spirit in the Night
Then She Kissed Me
Growin' Up
It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City
Intro to the E Street Shuffle
The E Street Shuffle
When You Walk In the Room
She's the One
Born to Run
Thunder Road

Intro to Kitty's Back
Kitty's Back
Rosalita
Encore Comments
Sandy
Quarter to Three
Closing Comments

Jungleland
Kitty's Back
The E Street Shuffle
Jungleland
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City
Thunder Road
When You Walk In the Room
She's the One

From the liner notes:

August 15, 1975 - High Temp in NYC 85, Low 65, Wind 10mph avg, gusts to 15mph. No precipitation.

A breezy midsummer night in NYC, where all the heat was concentrated on the
corner of West 4th and Mercer in Greenwich Village, NY.

Lots of Springsteen fans (me included) couldn't get into the Bottom Line - it usually seats 400, but there was
a larger than usual number of music industry seats reserved for these 10 shows (two shows each night
August 13-17.)

WNEW-FM broadcast the early show Friday night.

I've been searching for a complete copy of this broadcast since that night, when
the mono reel to reel tapes I made had many missing pieces due to lots of different reasons.

All of the bootlegs released by the profiteers were incomplete in some way, minor or major.

Finally, in March 2004, nearly 29 years later. I found it. It is not the final word on
this show in terms of sound quality, but it is the COMPLETE broadcast, without anything missing.

Turn it on and listen to it just like you would have back in August 1975. All the station
breaks and DJ chat and such are there.

Thanks to the many people involved in this project, from the tape source, to those
who let me borrow reel to reel decks to get the dub to DAT, to others who gave advice on
mastering procedures or supplied alternate sources. Your kindness will not be forgotten.
If I Should Fall Behind
Reason to Believe
Devils & Dust
Lonesome Day
Long Time Comin'
All That Heaven Will Allow
Tougher Than the Rest
Intro to Part Man, Part Monkey
Part Man, Part Monkey
All I'm Thinkin' About
Galveston Bay
Reno
Valentine's Day
The River
The Rising
Darkness on the Edge of Town

Intro to Jesus Was an only Son
Jesus Was an only Son
Two Hearts
Leah
The Hitter
Matamoros Banks
Waitin' on a Sunny Day
Wild Billy's Circus Story
The Promised Land
Dream Baby Dream
disc one:
American Land
John Henry
O Mary Don't You Weep
Johnny 99
Old Dan Tucker
Eyes on the Prize
Jesse James
Atlantic City
Erie Canal
My Oklahoma Home

disc two:
If I Should Fall Behind
Mrs. McGrath
How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?
Jacob's Ladder
We Shall Overcome
Open All Night
Pay Me My Money Down

disc three:
Bring Them Home
My City of Ruins
Ramrod
You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
When the Saints Go Marching In

T853 Hypercardoid > Microtrack 24/96 (24 bit/44.1 kbit)
Section 202, row E
mics in hat, 17cm sep., 70 deg
Taped by Scoper
Recorded from the left side about 
5 rows back.

CoreSound Binaurals w/ bass rolloff >
Sony D8 > Philips CDR-880 > Extracted w/
CD Creator > Cool Edit Pro for some level
adjustments and high end boost > CD Wave >
FLAC Frontend

disc one:

American Land
John Henry
O Mary Don't You Weep
Old Dan Tucker
Atlantic City
Long Black Veil
Jesse James
Long Time Comin'
Erie Canal
My Oklahoma Home

disc two:

If I Should Fall Behind
Mrs. McGrath
Devils & Dust
How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?
Jacob's Ladder
We Shall Overcome
Open All Night
Pay Me My Money Down

disc three:

My City of Ruins
Ramrod
You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
When the Saints Go Marching In
The Man on the Flying Trapeze

bonus track :
Maria's Bed (6/24/06, recorded from lawn)
Change
02
Sharing
Gare du Nord
05
Existence
Moving
Intro
Next
Throwdown at the Hoedown
Intro > 3/4
Off the Top
Vic solo
Am Latin

Intro
Futch solo
Futch with Béla
Big Country
Dm 5/4
Mars Needs Women
Earth Jam
Béla solo
Hoedown
Earth Jam
Cheeseballs in Cowtown
Lover's Leap
Untitled
Futch solo
Futch & Béla
Big Country

Vic solo
Vic & Jeff > Throwdown at the Hoedown
Extra New Guitar
New G Tune
Blu Bop
New South Africa
Béla solo
applause
The Sinister Minister
Sleeping Dogs
1: Intro
2: Wash
3: The Ride, Part II
4: Service & Repair
5: Tulsa Telephone Book
6: Fade
7: Minas de Cobre
8: Ballad of Cable Hogue
9: Canción del Mariachi
10: El Picador
11: Frontera/Trigger
12: Hey Baby, Qué Paso
13: Stray
14: Cascabel
15: Crystal Frontier

Source: SBD/AUD Matrix (Multitrack)> Master DAT > Mastering (custom - analog & digital - 10/02/04) > CDR(m) > FLAC
Lineage: CDR(m) > EAC (secure) > WAV > FLAC [7]
Disk 1

1: Pepita
2: Across the Wire
3: Quattro
4: Frontera/Trigger
5: Dub Latina
6: Sunken Waltz
7: El Picador
8: Not Even Stevie Nicks
9: Fade
10: Fatal Spring >
11: Close Behind
12: Woven Birds
13: Minas de Cobre
14: Spokes
15: Stray
16: Corona
17: Güero Canelo

Disk 2

1: Black Heart
2: Falling Rain*
3: Alone Again Or*
4: Cancion Del Mariachi
5: Crystal Frontier
6: Attack El Robot! Attack!

Source: SBD/AUD Matrix (Multitrack)> Master CDR(PreFM)>Mastered via SADiE w/ 24 bit Drawmer Masterflow Processing (05/03)> CDR
Lineage: CDR(m) > EAC (secure) > WAV > FLAC [7]
Taped by: Recorded by P3 Live (Sweeden)
Transfered by: Mastered by Jim Blackwood - Official Calexico Archivist
Peter Gunn
The Barbarian
Hoedown
The Enemy God
Trilogy
L.A. Nights
guitar solo
bass solo

Romeo and Juliet
Tank
Bullfrog
Tocatta
Canario
Tarkus
Fanfare for the Common Man
Carmina Burana
no setlist available

Ch. Lloyd - saxes
Geri Allen - piano
Robert Hurst - bass
Billy Hart - drums
Two discs of improvised jams.


Disc 1 
01. Senior Ballz Intro
02. ??
03. ??
04. Shag
05. T-Ski
06. A Love Supreme
07. BH Goes To A Freak
08. Red Eyed Wonder
09. Chatter
10. ??
11. ??

Disc 2
01. Orbatron Intro>
02. Orbatron
03. Security Scuffle
04. Orbatron
05. Sr Ballz Releases "The Claypool">Jam>
06. Crazy Train Tease (Ozzy Osbourne)>
08. Immigrant Song (Led Zeppelin)>
09. Thela Hun Ginjeet tease (King Crimson)>
10. Immigrant Song (Led Zeppelin)>
11. Jerry Was A Race Car Driver (Primus)>
12. ...???>
13. Yellow Submarine (Beatles)>
14. When Johnny Comes Marching Home (Traditional)>
15. Crazy Train Tease (Ozzy Osbourne)>
16. Immigrant Song Reprise (Led Zeppelin)
17. Flouride
18. ??>
19. bass jam>
20. Winona's Big Brown Beaver Tease (Primus)>
21. ??
22. The Family And The Fishing Net (Peter Gabriel)

Disc 3
01. Chatter
02. Tomorrow Never Knows (Beatles)
03. Chatter
04. Don't Fear the Reaper (Blue Oyster Cult tease)
05. Whole Lotta Rosie (AC/DC tease)
06. Mount Blasta
07. Introduction of Maurice "The Leopard" Caldwell, Jr
08. Maurice's Rap "I know You Hate my 98"/Mike's Rap Everybody's Gonna Get Small
09. Iron Man Tease (Black Sabbath - lyrics only)
10. My Name Is Mud (Primus tease - lyrics only)
11. ??
12. Burundi
13. Goodnight Now (Cheap Trick)

Source: SBD>DAT + Shure VP88 (onstage)>DAT + Neuman TLM 103 (room mics)>DAT (all at 48k)> Digidesign 888|24 I/O > Pro Tools (for edit & sync)> CDR. Les Claypool on 2nd Set
Northern Cross
Fall On Me
Shades of Gray
I Know What Kind of Love This Is
Ten Year Night
February
Are You Happy Now
Speaking with the Angel
Cold Missouri Waters
Ballad of Mary Magdalene
Auld Lang Syne
Cry Cry Cry
Sound Professional BMC6-mics (AT803b, omni-directional) -> SP batterybox -> Nomad JB3 (48.0kHz WAV, line-in, zero gain) -> USB -> Bias Peak -> few edits -> SHNTool -> SHN.

CD 1:
1. Still water (8:47)
2. The maker (8:26)
3. Slow giving (5:52)
4. Fire (4:30)
5. The messenger (3:56)
6. Rockets (4:53)
7. JJ leaves LA (4:25)
8. Sometimes (2:31)
9. Jolie louise (3:59)
10. Where will i be (6:29)
11. May this be love (6:17)

CD2:
1. chat (1:09)
2. Power of one (6:25)
3. intros (0:56)
4. ?? (solo song with Daryl Johnson) (3:06)
5. The collection of marie claire > Drifting (with blood in my eyes) (7:56)
6. Transmitter (6:05)
7. ?? Cool ?? (7:05)
8. Sweet soul honey (6:34)
9. Brother L.a (6:58)
10. Sleeping in the devils bed (2:28)
11. Rocky world (2:41)
12. Space kay (4:16)
Taper: Ned Ryerson
Source: Schoeps CMC5(modified)/MK41 > Apogee MiniMe (@16/44.1, Soft Limit On) > Sony D8
mods on CMC5 bodies: capacitors, transistors, and jfet changed. caps=Wima MKP2, transistors=2SA1085, jfet=j305.
Location: FOB, DFC
Conversion: Fostex D5 > Audiophile 2496 > Sound Forge 7.0 > CD Wave > MKWact

Disc 1

01 Intro.. 03:03.16
02 Dodo 07:33.63
03 Trouble 07:27.69
04 Up and Away 05:43.29
05 Solsbury Hill 05:00.61
06 Intro to.. 01:48.10
07 Stay or Leave 04:37.19
08 Save Me 05:32.43
09 Oh 03:43.73
10 Up On Cripple Creek 06:19.19
11 Some Devil * 06:32.11
12 Dancing Nancies + 07:48.45
13 Thing ~ 06:57.03
14 Tell Me Something Good 07:46.68

Disc 2

01 Gravedigger 04:45.27
02 Grey Blue Eyes 03:50.18
03 So Damn Lucky 06:50.55
04 Too High 07:35.00
05 Fire 04:25.10
06 Hey Bulldog 09:38.73
Encore:
07 Waste Ä 06:01.31
08 Everyday Ä -> 03:47.46
09 Bathtub Gin Ä -> 05:48.00
10 Thank You 20:20.49

* Dave Solo
+ Dave And Tim
~ Dave, Tim and Brady
Ä Dave And Trey
Source: ASBD>CD?

CD>WAV>FLAC: Mike Belkin <MJBelkin@Uwm.edu>
 All songs encoded using EAC Secure Mode, All tracks 
 ripped had 100% quality.

Disc One:

01: Dancing Nancies * 03:53.35
02: I'll Back You Up * 03:21.12
03: The Maker * 03:40.12
04: Cry Freedom * 04:13.38
05: Song That Jane Likes * 03:03.68
 SET BREAK
06: Warehouse ^ 06:12.52
07: Jimi Thing 09:03.30
08: One Sweet World (Instrumental intro) 06:05.44
09: Lover Lay Down 05:45.74
10: True Reflections 05:05.28

Disc Two:

01: Angel From Montgomery 04:10.12
02: Tripping Billies 06:05.49
03: Recently 08:14.51
04: People People 06:45.26
05: Satellite # 04:59.38
06: Exodus $ 11:36.62
07: Typical Situation @ $ 06:44.22

^ - Mostly Jibberish type lyrics, no real form to them
$ - Featuring Daryl Rhodes on Percussion
# - Earliest known recording
'* - Dave Solo
@ - Extended Boyd and Leroi Intro

NOTES:
'*Most of the info from this show is unkown but safely assumed. It was found in a recording
 studio in Charlottesville Va by a college student recording with her college a capella group.
 She asked the studio guy if she could have it and he said yes. The Original was in the form of
 2 discs and were labeled with the date 11.27.1991 and they said they were recorded at Trax. 
 The current disc 1 was also labeled disc two and visa versa however it is obvious that they were 
 accidently switched or mislabeled. She gave the CDs to Marcus Graham who is responsible for helping
 us get this excellent show out.
Intro
Don't Drink the Water
Dreamgirl
American Baby
Anyone Seen the Bridge
Too Much
Disc 1

01 Intro 01:43.33
02 (Proudest Monkey) 00:28.46
03 Satellite * 06:03.04
04 JTR * 07:43.09
05 Pig * 07:52.35
06 Where Are You Going 04:27.43
07 Hunger For The Great Light * 04:35.28
08 Everyday * 09:01.36
09 Bartender * 21:02.13

Disc 2

01 Grey Street * 06:16.16
02 Grace Is Gone 15:10.52
03 Kill The King * 05:28.24
04 Raven * 07:08.06
05 Tripping Billies * 07:45.09
06 The Idea Of You * 05:17.34

Disc 3

01 Crash 06:54.40
02 Louisiana Bayou * 08:26.00
03 Encore Break 08:02.44
04 Sister + 05:19.55
05 Dreaming Tree * 13:50.29
06 Ants Marching * 07:35.01

Notes:
* Rashawn Ross on Trumpet
+ Dave Solo

Taper: Crumbo
Location: Lower Pavillion Left, Row E, Seats 11 & 12
Source: AKG 480/ck63 (DIN, ~13') > V3 (analog out) > SD 722
Conversion: SD 722 > CDWav 1.94.4 > Wavelab 5.01b (resample, dither w/MegaBitMax) > xACT 0.5.7 (Level 6) > foobar2000 

Intro/Fiddle Medley
Introductions
Sharon
Roll On John
Fiddle Jam
Jugband Blues
Instrumental
Long Afternoons
Mr. Bojangles

Six Days on the Road
Louise
Wheelhoss
Tennessee Waltz
Mississippi Blues
Pink Snake Blues
Statesboro Blues
Introductions
A Little Tenderness
Mr. Blue
Diamond Lil
When First Unto this Country
Intro/Da Doo Ron Ron
Stealin' 
Key to the Highway
Viper
Motorin'
I Like It Like That
One Good Man
Fiddle Medley
I'll Keep Movin' On
Rock and Roll Millionaire
As the Years Go Passing Passing By
Send Me to the 'Lectric Chair
Danger Man
Yankee's Revenge Medley
Helpless Blues
Hit the Road Jack

Dennis McNamara announces that this is the last WLIR live broadcast of David Bromberg.  In fact, Bromberg was broadcast a few days later, August 23, 1980, at the Belmont Party In the Park (to be released separately).  

David Bromberg - Guitar
Jeff Wisor - Fiddle
Andy Stein - Fiddle
Rachel Gladstone - Vocals
Paula Lockhart - Vocals
John Firmin - Saxaphone
Peter Ecklund - Trumpet, Coronet
Curt Linberg - Trombone
Lance Dickerson - Drums
Danny Count - Bass
Get Up and Go
Fiddle Tune
Demon in Disguise
Framed
First I Look at the Purse
Dying Crapshooter's Blues
Hey Hey Mama
Long Tall Mama
I'm a Fool for You
Sharon
Will Not Be Your Fool
It's Over
Statesboro Blues
1.1 Until We Sleep 7:03
1.2 All Lovers Are Deranged 6:28
1.3 Love On The Air 6:11
1.4 Mihalis 10:19
1.5 Cruise 8:34
1.6 Short And Sweet 8:00
1.7 Money 12:07

2.1 Out Of The Blue 4:05
2.2 Let's Get Metaphysical 6:32
2.3 You Know I'm Right 8:27
2.4 Run Like Hell 7:24
2.5 Blue Light 9:32
2.6 Band Introductions 2:27
2.7 Murder 9:49
2.8 Comfortably Numb 10:20

David Gilmour - Lead Guitars and Vocals
Mick Ralphs - Guitars and Backing Vocals
Mickey Feat - Bass Guitars and Backing Vocals
Gregg Dechart - Keyboards and Backing Vocals
Raff Ravenscroft - Saxophones
Jodi Linscott - Percussion
Chris Slade - Drums

PRRP029

David Gilmour began the About Face tour with a brief appearance on British Television on March 30th, 1984, playing just two songs from his new 
album. This was followed the next day by the first full concert in Dublin, Ireland, at the National Stadium. Gilmour’s set consisted of a collection of the best songs from his two solo albums and, inevitably, a few Pink Floyd songs as well. The European leg of the tour consisted of 23 performances including 4 nights at the Hammersmith Odeon in London during which a concert video was recorded featuring a surprise guest appearance by Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason. The group then went to North America where 48 more shows were played. Beginning in Quebec on May 9th, this part of the tour took the troop across the United States to California, back East to Florida and ended with a final performance on July 16th in New York City.

The show we bring you here was recorded in San Diego on June 20th, 1984, their first day in California. With an open air venue the sound will be a 
bit different than most audience recordings presented by PRRP. However, we feel that this performance shows David Gilmour and his solo band to be polished, versatile and a musical force in its own right; no small feat given the reputation of a band like Pink Floyd. The taper of this show remembers it well and provided us with the following details of that performance, “As for the mix, the way I taped that show was with a stereo Sony that had built in microphones. I used to hang it around my neck and let it hang around my chest area to get good lines with the speaker. If security would arrive, I would slightly lean one way or the other to keep the recorder out of view. You can hear the sound shift when I did that, but it is only brief and occasional. Since I was in the second row, I most likely got a bad mix anyway, monitors mostly, the PA system was too far on the sides to get the full blast of the mix. I remember that I had a great time. The show was phenomenal. Jody Linscott was just starting to show her pregnancy and Mick Ralphs just tore up his solos. My buddy went up and placed a one dollar bill on the stage right in front of David Gilmour as he was wailing away on (the song) Money, he broke his concentration briefly, looking up at our group and smiling with the head nod, it was a hi-five all around. To stand in front of Gilmour, 3 feet away, and watch this guy for two hours was a dream come true”.

There were those who were concerned that the departure of Roger Waters from Pink Floyd would leave that band without a stable musical driving
 force. With this year of solo work, David Gilmour answered those concerns and showed that even without Waters, Pink Floyd was still well endowed with musical talent and that they could carry on despite the loss of one of their most noted members. 

Notes from the Re-master

This show comes to us as a master cassette tape. It was digitized using 32-bit format and 24-bit resolution. Analysis revealed music signal up to 
11,000Hz. The complete show is here so no patches were necessary but the tape flips and change from tape 1 to tape 2 needed to be mixed. The taper provided us with the details regarding his location in the audience as noted above. Hiss was a moderate problem that was reduced using selective techniques. Crackle was also present throughout the show and needed separate techniques to be reduced. Given the frequency response of the recorder, the midrange was too harsh so filters were applied to reduce this excess. An imbalance between the two channels was present and a 12% correction was necessary. The mix does change through the show. During the first few songs the sound, and in particular the vocals are a bit distant even though we know the taper was in the second row. This improves by the time Cruise is played. Applause was attenuated where necessary and other noises such as feedback, clicks and pops were removed. The show was then tracked, converted to 16-bit and placed in audio format. 

-PRRP Staff
Castellorizon
This Heaven
Smile
Red Sky at Night
Take a Breath
Then I Close My Eyes
On an Island
The Blue
A Pocketful of Stones
Where We Start

Shine On You Crazy Diamond
Wearing the Inside Out
Dominoes
Fat Old Sun
Breathe
Time/Breathe reprise
High Hopes
Echoes

Wish You Were Here
Find the Cost of Freedom
Comfortably Numb
HiThere
Florida Vacation
Murdering Oscar
Whiskey And You
Rob Me Blind
The Range War
I'll Play Angel
Back In The Woods
Uncle Disney
[unknown]
Long Black Veil
Heavy And Hanging
Gastonia
The 4:05
Grandaddy
Soothe Me
Black Creek Water
Nine Bullets
Why Do Lonely Men And Women Want To Break Each Other's Hearts?
Uncle Raymond
Back Of A Bible
Cocaine Parties
Moonshiner
[unknown]
Goddamn Lonely Love
Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line
[unknown]
I'm In Love With A Girl
Strange Faith
My Sweet Annette
Both Our Towns
Tornadoes
Werewolf Moon
Heathens
TVA
Goat
Puttin' People On The Moon
White Lies, Blue Tears
Bulldozers And Dirt

Tsunami Relief Benefit
Don Chambers - banjo, guitar, vocals
Patterson Hood - guitar, vocals
Dave Marr - guitar, vocals
John Neff - pedal steel guitar, vocals
Brad "The EZB" Morgan - snare drum

with

Philip McArdle - guitar
Jason Isbell - guitar, vocals
Mike Dillon - vocals
Shonna Tucker - guitar, vocals
Movin' On
Living In Babylon
Positive Friction
Tides Of Time
Push Comes To Shove
Rock Of Ages
Pretty Boy Floyd
Don't Leave Me Behind->
Family Picture
Big Parade
The Mill
This Goes
Blue Skies
40 Days & 40 Nights
No Place Like The Right Time
Me & Depression
Two More Bottles Of Wine
Life's A Ride
Conscious Evolution
Encore:
Like The Coming Sun
Part Time Lover
01) Zip City
02) Lookout Mountain
03) Decoration Day
04) Winter Wonderland
05) Love Like This
06) Too Much Sex, Too Little Jesus
07) Outfit
08) Where The Devil Don't Stay

01) Murdering Oscar
02) When The Pin Hits The Shell
03) Do It Yourself
04) Danko/Manuel
05) George Jones Talkin' Cellphone Blues
06) Uncle Frank
07) Goddamned Lonely Love
08) The Company I Keep
09) Little Pony And The Great Big Horse
10) Never Gonna Change
11) The Day John Henry Died
12) Tales Facing Up
13) Bulldozers And Dirt

Private show for DBT family and friends (acoustic)
Taped and transferred by Chris Pennington
Where the Devil Don't Stay, Sinkhole, Decoration Day, Give Pretty Soon, Careless, Sounds Better in the Song, Daddy's Cup, Lookout Mountain, Lonely Love, Day John Henry Died, Sweet Annette, Demonic Possession
Set 2 

Marry Me, Carl Perkins Cadillac, Dead Drunk and Naked, Guitar Man Upstairs, Never Gonna Change, Boys from Alabama, Cotton Seed, Outfit, Women w/o Whiskey, Let there Be Rock
Set 3 

Encore: Wrong for all these Years, Zip City, Play it All Night Long, Plastic Flowers, Buttholeville, Sandwiches for the Road, Putting People on the Moon
Comment 

SBD + AKG c2000 > MP2 > DA-P1 (Roy Shuler) 
Disc One:
Cottonseed
Buford Stick
Never Gonna Change
The Tough Sell
Sounds Better In The Song
Sink Hole
Decoration Day
Goddamn Lonely Love
Tornados
Heathens
Marry Me
Carl Perkin's Cadillac
Sands Of Iwo Jima

Puttin' People On The Moon
Daddy's Cup
Company I Keep
The Day John Henry Died
Living Bubba
Lookout Mountain
Crowd
Encore:
Grandaddy (New Song, Patterson alone)
(full band back onstage) Play It All Night Long
The Outfit
Zip City
Let There Be Rock
Help I'm a Rock
Hungry Freaks Daddy
Let' Make the Water Turn Black
Florentine Pogen
Pygmy Twylite
The Idiot Bastard Son
Cheepnis
King Kong Variations
Don't Eate that Yellow Snow
St. Alphonzo's Pancake Breakfast
Father O'Blivion
Inca Roads
The Black Page

Peaches en Regalia
Montana
Village of the Sun
Echinda's Arf
Zomby Woof
Sofa No. 2
Camarillo Brillo
The Orange County Lumber Truck
More Trouble Every Day
A Token of His Extreme
Cosmic Debris

possibly the best-sounding audience recording i've ever heard. beats a lot of broadcast and soundboard sources. incredible.

67 degrees
Brittany
Suffocating the Bloom
As the World
The Cheese Stands Alone
Sweet Thing
Never the Same
Carpe Diem
Mei
no setlist
01 - Poker
02 - Nightrider
03 - Showdown
04 - Can't Get it Out of My Head
05 - Poorboy (The Greenwood)
06 - Illusions in G Major
07 - Strange Magic
08 - 10538 Overture
09 - Do Ya
10 - Evil Woman
11 - Ma Ma Ma Belle
12 - Roll Over Beethoven
Goon Squad
Opportunity
Oliver's Army
Busy Bodies
Two Little Hitlers
I Don't Want to Go to Chelsea
Green Shirt
Moods for Moderns
No Dancing
Sad About Girls
Big Tears
Motel Matches
Accidents Will Happen
Big Boys
Party Girl
Lipstick Vogue
Watching the Detectives
Pump It Up
(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love & Understanding
Radio Radio
Opening
Tarkus
Knife Edge
Paper Blood
Black Moon
Piano solo
Creole Dance
From the Beginning
C'est la Vie
Lucky Man
Honky Tonk Train Blues

Touch and Go
Pirates
Hoedown
Jam
Pictures at an Exhibition
Fanfare for the Common Man/America/Rondo
Disc 1

01 Introductory Fanfare
02 Hoedown
03 Tarkus
04 Take a Pebble
05 Piano Concerto No. 1: 1st Movement
06 Maple Leaf Rag
07 Take a Pebble
08 C'est La Vie
09 Lucky Man
10 Pictures at an Exhibition

Disc 2

01 Tiger in a Spotlight
02 Watching Over You
03 Tank
04 Drum Solo
05 The Enemy God
06 Nutrocker
07 Pirates
08 Fanfare for the Common Man 

best. ELP. show.

ever.
With Spyboy

Source : AKG mics > Sony DAT recorder D-8 > Pioneer CD recorder > EAC > Wav > Mkw ACT > SHN

Disc 01   -   55.24 minutes

01. Where will i be
02. Orphan girl
03. Wrecking ball
04. Pancho & Lefty
05. Ain't living long like this
06. Get up John
07. Love hurts
08. Goodbye
09. Green pastures
10. Goin' back to Harlan
11. Deeper well

Disc 02    -    48.41minutes 

01. Prayer in open D
02. Abraham , Martin & John
03. Sweet old world
04. Every grain of sand
05. Wheels
06. Born to run
07. The maker
08. Boulder to Birmingham
09. Indian red
 The Rube Thing
Good Morning Susie Soho
The Chapel
The Wraith

From Gagarin's Point of View
Dating
Bowling
Dodge the Dodo
Hands Off
The Message
When God Created the Coffeebreak
Serenade for the Renegade
Strange Place for Snow
Years of Yearning
Behind the Yashmak
Dodge the Dodo
Seven Days Of Falling
Eighty-Eight Days In My Veins
Mingle In The Mincing-Machine
Band Introduction
In The Tail Of Her Eyes
The Unstable Table And The Infamous Fable
Viaticum
When God Created The Coffeebreak
Behind The Yashmak
Believe Beleft Below
A Picture Of Doris Travelling With Boris
Spunky Sprawl
Intro
First Breath After Coma
Greet Death
Six Days at the Bottom of the Ocean
Have You Passed Through This Night?
Memorial

Introduction
Teenage Wind
Harder Than Your Husband
Bamboozled By Love
Pick Me I'm Clean
Society Pages
I'm a Beautiful Guy
Beauty Knows No Pain
Charlie's Enormous Mouth
Any Downers?
Conehead
Easy Meat
Mudd Club
The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing
Heavenly Bank Account
Suicide Chump
Jumbo Go Away
If Only She Woulda

Pug
Gypsy Hymn
Fire Lotus
Transit
Cease Fire
P-B-n-J
Dragonfly
Suckapunch

Pair of cm50 cardoid condenser mics -> korg d1600 recorder

Lineage: dpa 4060 {HEB} > mod sbm-1 > jb3
sound forge 8 > flac

Gary Burton - Vibes
Pat Metheny - Guitars
Steve Swallow - Bass
Antonio Sanchez - Drums

01. Sea Journey - Chick Corea
02. B and G - Pat Metheny
03. Blue Comedy - Michael Gibbs
04. Fortune Smiles - Keith Jarrett
05. I'm Your Pal - Steve Swallow
06. Las Vegas Tango - Gil Evans
07. Hello Bolinas - Steve Swallow
08. Como En Vietnam - Steve Swallow
09. Unquity Road - Pat Metheny

Genesis live, Brussels TV Studios - 20th March 1972. 

Tracks:

1. Fountain of Salmacis
2. Twilight Alehouse
3. The Musical Box
4. Return of the Giant Hogweed 
   (amusingly captioned as 'Return of the Geant Hogweed'!

Taken from a master PAL VHS recording off UK ITV broadcast, 
circa late 80s/early 90s.


Bonus footage (Black and White with timecode):

Piper Club, Rome - 18th April 1972: 
Interview (starts silent) / Stagnation (small clip)

Palasport, Torino - 3rd February 1974: 
"Shoes" Interview / Various live clips

Italian newsreel footage taken from master pre-broadcast VHS tapes.
It's "The Lamb" live, plus The Musical Box. There are no less than 7 known recordings of this show. I'm thinking this is SAB 06.
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
Fly On a Windshield
Broadway Melody of 1974
Cuckoo Cocoon
In the Cage
The Grand Parade of Lifeless Packaging
The Story of Rael Part 1
Back in N.Y.C.
Hairless Heart
Counting Out Time
The Carpet Crawlers
The Chamber of 32 Doors
The Story of Rael Part 2
Lilywhite Lilith
The Waiting Room

Anyway
The Supernatural Anaesthetist
The Lamia
Silent Sorrow in Empty Boats
The Colony of Slippermen
Ravine
The Light Dies Down on Broadway
Riding the Scree
In the Rapids
It
The Musical Box
The Knife
Dance on a Volcano
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
Fly on a Windshield
Carpet Crawlers
The Cinema Show
Robbery, Assault & Battery
White Mountain
Firth of Fifth

Steve's intro
Entangled
Squonk
Supper's Ready
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
Los Endos
It/Watcher of the Skies

SAB04
Squonk
One for the Vine
Robbery, Assault & Battery
Inside and Out
Firth of Fifth
Carpet Crawlers
In that Quiet Earth
Afterglow
I Know What I Like

Eleventh Earl of Mar
Supper's Ready
Dance on a Volcano
Drum Duet
Los Endos
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
The Musical Box

Digitial Brothers matrix
Eleventh Earl of Mar
In the Cage
Burning Rope
Ripples
Deep in the Motherlode
The Fountain of Salmacis
Ballad of Big
One for the Vine

Squonk
Say It's Alright Joe
The Lady Lies
The Cinema Show
Afterglow
Follow You Follow Me
Dance on a Volcano
Los Endos
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
Eleventh Earl of Mar
In the Cage
Burning Rope
Dancing with the Moonlit Knight
The Musical Box (closing)
Ripples
Deep in the Motherlode
One for the Vine

Squonk
Say It's Alright, Joe
The Lady Lies
The Cinema Show
In That Quiet Earth
Afterglow
Follow You Follow Me
Dance on a Volcano
Los Endos
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)

There are at least 10 recordings of this show. I don't know which one this is.
Deep in the Motherlode
Dancing with the Moonlit Knight
Carpet Crawlers
Squonk
One for the Vine
Behind the Lines
Duchess
Guide Vocal
Turn It On Again
Duke's Travels
Duke's End
Say It's Alright Joe

Phil talking
The Lady Lies
Ripples
In the Cage/The Raven
Afterglow
Follow You Follow Me
Dance on a Volcano
Los Endos
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)

SAB12
Dance on a Volcano
Behind the Lines
Follow You Follow Me
Dodo/Lurker
Abacab
No Reply at All
Paperlate
Supper's Ready

Misunderstanding
Man on the Corner
Whodunnit?
In the Cage/Cinema Show/Slippermen
Afterglow
Turn It On Again
Drum Duet/Los Endos
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway/Watcher of the Skies
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)

The copy I acquired had a five second loop in "Cage", and the balance was off. I used Adobe Audition to correct these glitches.
Radio intro
Mama
Abacab
Land of Confusion
Domino
In Too Deep
Follow You Follow Me
That's All

Radio intro
Tonight Tonight Tonight
Throwing It All Away
In the Cage
In That Quiet Earth
Supper's Ready
Invisible Touch
Turn It On Again
Radio outro

BURP022
Land Of Confusion
No Son Of Mine
Driving The Last Spike
Old Medley
Fading Lights
Jesus He Knows Me
Home By The Sea
Second Home By The Sea
Hold On My Heart
Domino / Drum Duet
I Can?t Dance
Tonight, Tonight, Tonight
Invisible Touch
Turn It On Again
No Son Of Mine
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
Calling All Stations
The Carpet Crawlers
Domino, Part 1: In The Glow Of The Night>
Domino, Part 2: The Last Domino
Dancing With The Moonlit Knight
Supper's Ready (Lover's Leap)
Not About Us
The Dividing Line
Mama
Turn It On Again
Invisible Touch
 The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
Fly on a Windshield
Broadway Melody of 1974
Cuckoo Cocoon
In the Cage
The Grand Parade of Lifeless Packaging
Back in N.Y.C.
Hairless Heart
Counting Out Time
Carpet Crawlers
The Chamber of 32 Doors
Lilywhite Lilith
The Waiting Room
Anyway
Here Comes the Supernatural Anaesthetist The Lamia
Silent Sorrow in Empty Boats
The Arrival
The Colony of Slippermen
Ravine
The Light Dies Down on Broadway
Riding the Scree
In the Rapids
It

The Musical Box
Watcher of the Skies

Remastering notes from Andrew Skeoch


The Show

This wonderful stereo recording is one of the best from the audience of any Lamb Lies Down on Broadway show, and documents almost the entire gig.

The concert comes from the first US Lamb tour in 1974, and shows a few teething troubles still cropping up on stage. Tony's keyboards in particular cause problems, and loud crackles from his rig can be heard at various points throughout the set. I'm not sure, but it sounds as though at one point during Back in N.Y.C. Tony's 7/8 synth riff drops out altogether, and Hackett carries it alone with Tony filling chords on electric piano. There are also very prominent hums and buzzes from the PA that would have dismayed the band. 

Nevertheless, they put on a powerful performance, and during most of the concert, the music is as good as it gets. It is interesting to hear Phil's harmony vocals present throughout, its as though he is just singing along with the whole concert. One doesn't usually think of Genesis songs as two part counterpoint, but its there. And Phil experiments continually, for instance the usual descending harmony line in Counting Out Time is absent, with Phil weaving lines around Peter's main melody instead. 

The famous problems with the Slipperman costume and Peter's inability to get the microphone close enough are also present. Whilst Peter is mostly loud and clear during this song, there are times he drops out almost completely, and Phil carries the vocal alone. One can understand why the band were frustrated with this situation occurring consistently, and of course it is one of the reasons Peter re-recorded the vocal for the Lamb discs on the Archive box set. 

The audience make a few notable appearances as well; listen to the exuberant whistles during the interlude prior to The Lamia. It is also amusing with hindsight to hear the audience's amazed reactions to Gabriel's unexpected appearance as the Slipperman. 

The Source

This recording is outstanding, and has long been recognised as such. All the set up conditions for a great audience recording are present; good equipment, no obnoxiously loud audience members nearby, and it sounds as though the show was taped from near enough to the stage that it doesn't sound distant. The levels are good, with little hiss or overload distortion, and notably, there is not a single microphone bump during the whole recording!  All the instruments are clear and there is a great sense of ambience from the hall and audience.

The recording was reputedly originally made on reel-to-reel, although the difficulties of stealth recording with large open reel gear, and that consistent cuts occur at the 45 min flips on different cassette copies of this recording, all point to a common cassette source. Whether that is the master or just a 1st gen duplicating tape is unknown, but going on the audio quality of this recording I think the former is more likely.

The recording documents nearly the entire concert with the exception of two omissions; firstly a small section (possibly only a few seconds) between the audience applause at the end of Carpet Crawlers, and the first chord of Chamber of 32 Doors (which fades in quickly), and secondly the middle minute and a half of Ravine. These missing sequences are almost certainly absent from the master recording. While they both occur at end of cassette tape sides, I think it is unlikely that they would originate in a cassette copy somewhere along the line.

This recording is mainly known from the 'Rael Imperial Aerosol Kid' bootleg, although because of its good sound quality, bits of it appear on other releases, notably the Waiting Room/Anyway section which is used on several boots (Lamb Lives, Suppers Ready with a Little Lost Lamb, From One Fan to All Others) to bridge the missing sections of the West Palm Beach and Lakeland soundboard recordings of January 1975. 

The Remaster

This remaster has been initiated from first generation cassettes, generously contributed by a Hogweed member who knew the taper of this show in the 70s. The 2 tapes were TDK and Maxell 90s, with the show on 3 sides. While the cuts on these tapes are similar to those found on the Rael Imperial boot (indicating these cuts are on the master tape), there is a short section of crowd noise at the beginning (where Peter goes "Shhhhh"), which is on the boot but not this tape. Hence these tapes are definitely not the source for the boot. Also, the Rael Imperial boot inexplicably omits one of the best parts of the recording - the second encore of Watcher of the Skies, which is present on these tapes (hooray!), and (as far as I know) makes its public debut on this remaster.

The main difference in sound quality between the Rael Imperial boot and these raw tapes is in the midrange. Rael Imperial has a hard and brittle edge resulting from overload distortion of some kind. These tapes are bright but undistorted and smooth. Rael Imperial also has a treble cut above about 8KHz, possibly to minimise hiss, and of course the top end has gone with it. Lastly it is also weak in the bass as the original recording seems to be, there having been no attempt to balance this up. So, plenty of room for improvement....

I have as usual begun with a new transcription of the source tapes, checking pitch, which rises slightly with each tape and has been corrected. I have also passed the analogue audio through an exciter to add harmonics to both the bass and treble, so extending the frequency range.

Next I have denoised the recording *slightly* - by slightly I mean 4Db down to 4KHz, with a top end (above 7KHz) boost of 3 Db. This is really quite minimal, but enough to sharpen the tops and minimise what was a fairly minimal amount of cassette tape hiss anyway. 

The stereo on this recording is a little off-centre, as though the microphone was not pointed directly at the PA. I know what this is like from my own experience, there is a great temptation to point the mic at the stage, but a central stereo image is best obtained by pointing it at the PA itself. Whether that has happened here I don't know, it could be a tape head alignment issue in copying that has caused the imbalance. What can be heard is that the frequency response is slightly different between channels, and that there seems to be more of a hall ambience echo in one channel (left on this remaster). 

In balancing the equalisation, I have tried to correct this stereo imbalance, but it still didn't create anywhere near to a central stereo image. After a little playing around I found that the phasing of the two channels was the main cause of the problem. This would be consistent with either mic/venue or head alignment explanations. Anyway, after a little jiggling of the timing of left channel against right, the stereo image comes close to the centre, and the eq balance fine-tunes things along a bit more. So while the stereo is not perfectly balanced, it really sounds as though you are there in the auditorium, and that is what we want to hear. 

I have balanced the equalisation as best I can. The microphone used for this recording has a presence band peak around 4KHz, giving a bright sound, but was a little deficient in the bass. So I have pushed the bass a little, softened the low mids, and left the top end pretty much as it came out after the analogue exciting and denoise boost. It sounds at times as though the top end is quite bright, but I have played around with it, and found that attenuating anything just led to either a thin or dull sound. I think a part of it is that the cymbals, particularly Phil's rides, are quite loud in the mix. At least they dominate the music well down into the midrange, so it's not a case of just equalising them back a bit. What you hear probably represents the way it sounded in the hall. 

After the bass was enhanced, some low frequency (around 60Hz) hums became noticeable. Where the music has been quiet enough that they are audible, I have removed them, and in the process cleaned up any 'rumble' on the floor of the recording. 

Lastly I have edited in sections from other concerts to fill the missing gaps in this one. The first few chords of Chamber of 32 Doors come from the West Palm Beach 75 soundboard, which I chose because it matched the sound quality well, and as it was a short fill that would have sounded much the same each night, I felt that WPB was a suitable source. Ravine comes from the stereo audience recording of the 12th December 74 show from Waterbury, CT. This is also a good recording, and although the source I had access to is probably not the best available, it seems to balance in well. It is interesting to note the lack of buzzes from the PA on this Waterbury concert. Lastly a short section of the intro crowd noises (Peter's "Shhhhh", less than 10secs or so) from the 'Rael Imperial' boot was used to fill the missing splice in the source tape I used. 

The final process was to balance volumes between the 3 parts of the show, and maximise the levels. There is no reverb on this remaster.

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Ain Temouchant
When We Go
Straight, No Chaser 
Disc 1
SET1
1 Help On The Way >
2 Slipknot! >
3 Franklin's Tower
4 Little Red Rooster
5 Loser
6 Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
7 Let It Grow

Disc 2
SET2
1 Scarlet Begonias >
2 Fire On The Mountain >
3 Truckin' >
4 Spoonful >
5 Dark Star >
6 Jam >
7 Drums >

Disc 3
SET2 (cont.)
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2 Dark Star >
3 The Last Time
4 Standing On The Moon >
5 Throwing Stones >
6 Not Fade Away
7 ENCORE Werewolves Of London
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In A Stone Circle
In Sight Of The Minaret
In A Black Box
In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff
In Maternal Grace
In The Moneylender's Temple
In Defence Of Faiths
At Their Father's Knee
En Afrique
In The Olive Garden
In The Pay Of Spain
Bombay Valentine
Heavy Horses
Life's A Long Song
Sossity You're A Woman, Reasons For Waiting (medley)
Wond'ring Aloud
Cheap Day Return, Nursie (medley)
Dun Ringill
She Moved Through The Fair, Dust Devils (medley)
Jack-In-The-Green
Bourée
Aqualung
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Circular
One Finger Snap
Spanish Ballad
Spanish Souza
Django
Hand By Hand

JDJ - drums
Jerome Harris - guitar
Danilo Perez - piano
John Patitucci - bass

Song of Space/Afric Pepperbird/Fountain of Tears
VIPS/Rainbow/At Det Var

Jan Garbarek - sax, flute
Terje Rypdal - guitars
Arild Andersen - bass
Jon Christensen - drums
six untitled pieces

with David Torn, Eberhard Weber, M. DiPasqua
Pre-FM Master>CDR>EAC>FLAC6(w/sector align)sbeok

Disc 1 
1] Spanish samba
2] Timeless
3] Viddene
4] Nimbus
5] Krusning

Disc 2 
1] Waterwheel
2] Backward Glance> Entering> Telegram

Five unidentified songs
Nimbus
Nozanina
Dromedary
Dark Eyes
Powderfinger
Sabre Dance
Templars
Mariachi Song
Jughead
The Phoenicians
Milestones
Powderfinger

Contois
Straight Life
Xenoblast
New Song
Going to California/What Is and What Should Never Be
Oh Yeah
Early Show

Intro
The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow
Flux
Borkum Riff
Spicy Bombs
Cicada 17
Going To California >
What Is And What Should Never Be
Oh Yeah!

Source: FOB Neumann ak40 (DIN, 8', DFC) > lc3 > km100 (no XLR cable) > 
Sound Devices MP-2 > Oade Line Stage Mod SBM-1 > Sony TCD-D7 (@44.1)

Transfer: Sony TCD-D7 > 7-pin optical > Creative Nomad Jukebox 3 > FireWire > CDWav > FLAC

--No DAE--

Taped, transferred, and seeded by Paul Hofferkamp (gruven42ATyahooDOTcom)

Jamie Masefield - mandolins, Sean Dixon - drums, Scott Ritchie - upright bass, Maddog - trumpet and keys
Battle Hymn
Flux
Hamhoc
Straight Life
Going to California/What Is and What Should Never Be

Borkum Riff
Spiders
Powderfinger
Dickyville Grotto
Cicada 17
Sir Duke

My Sunday Feeling
My God
To Cry You a Song
With You There to Help Me/By Kind Permission Of . . .
Sossity; You're a Woman Now/Reasons for Waiting
Nothing Is Easy
Dharma for One
We Used to Know/For a Thousand Mothers

1-1. Under Wraps (Intro) 2:18
1-2. Locomotive Breath (Inst. Intro) 1:43
1-3. Hunting Girl 5:48
1-4. Under Wraps 4:55
1-5. Later That Same Evening 4:48
1-6. Nobody's Car 4:23
1-7. Fly By Night 4:13
1-8. Thick As A Brick (Medley) 8:37
1-9. Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of A New Day 2:06
1-10. Clasp 4:09
1-11. Living In The Past (W/Instrumental Variation) 3:35
1-12. Serenade To A Cuckoo 4:54
2-1. Band Introductions 2:13
2-2. Fat Man (W/Extended Instrumental) 6:35
2-3. Instrumental With Drum Solo 9:12
2-4. Black Sunday 6:42 
2-5. Songs From The Wood 1:57
2-6. Minstrel In The Gallery 1:48
2-7. My Sunday Feeling 2:59
2-8. Aqualung 7:32
2-9. Locomotive Breath 8:23
2-10. To Old To Rock And Roll : To Young To Die 5:38
2-11. Thick As A Brick (Reprise) 3:22
Intro
Songs from the Wood
Thick as a Brick/Steel Monkey
Farm on the Freeway/Heavy Horses
Living in the Past/Serenade to a Cuckoo
Budapest
Hunting Girl

The Waking Edge/Wond'ring Aloud
Skating Away
Jump Start
Too Old to Rock and Roll, Too Young to Die
Aqualung
Locomotive Breath/Thick as a Brick (reprise)
radio announcement
The Wind Up/Bach Violin Concerto in E, 3rd mvt.
Set I
Disc 1
1.Alabama Chrome
2.The Wound That Never Heals
3.Handcuffed To A Fence In Mississippi
4.King Of The Road
5.Heaven Of My Heart
6.I'll Never Know
7.God Was Drunk When He Made Me
8.Hey, You Going My Way?
Set II
1.a discussion of poptomism
2.Take Me Away
3.A Perfect Day To Chase Tornados
4.The Girl From Brownsville, TX
5.You Can't Get To Heaven On Borrowed Wings
6.Objects In Motion
7.Bound To Forget
8.A Land Called Home
Alabama Chrome
The Wound that Never Heals
Handcuffed to a Fence in Mississippi
King of the Road
Heaven of My Heart
I'll Never Know
God Was Drunk When He Made Me
Hey, You Going My Way?

Take Me Away
A Perfect Day to Chase Tornadoes
The Girl from Brownsville, TX
You Can't Get to Heaven on Borrowed Wings
Objects in Motion
Bound to Forget
A Land Called Home
1 Killing Floor
2 Tax Free
3 Fire
4 Red House
5 Foxy Lady
6 Hey Joe
7 Spanish Castle Magic
8 Purple Haze
9 Wild Thing# (cut off)

This show is widely available on bootleg, but this is sourced from a superior trader's CD, made from the master tape at the correct speed and including the in-between-song chatter which most bootleg releases omit.

From Chris Dixon's 30th Anniversary Series

March 19, 1998 marks 30 years since the Ottawa Capitol Theatre show.

Not only is this a good show, but one of the few soundboard tapes from this tour. Apparently taped by Jimi himself, it sounds excellent. It's the first complete North American show on soundboard since Monterey, I believe, at least until this rumored Feb. Winterland tape appears (except for 3 songs from Worcester, Mass, March 15, 1968). There isn't another soundboard until Miami (and it's only 4 songs), except of course for the infamous Scene Club and Cafe Au Go Go (March 17, 1968) jams. After that, Woburn (insert Twilight Zone theme...). Couple of highpoints of Ottawa:

Tax Free growing longer each time out- now around 10 minutes (almost half again as long as DC Hilton a week before)...

Red House much longer now (almost 10 min). Jazzier middle section now developing, and I believe it's the first outing for the interlude where Jimi 'slaps'(a drumstick?) the chords rather than strums them. The recording quality really shines on the guitar sound on this one - it's like sitting in front of the Marshalls and you can hear every detail and nuance of his blues technique and clean tones...

Spanish Castle Magic, on the other hand, has yet to become the jamming vehicle it would be in the 69 shows. Less than 4 minutes, this is only the 5th documented performance of SCM. Jimi's voice sounds great on this - maybe he can hear himself for once because he doesn't seem to be straining and the crisp recording reveals all kinds of little inflections and joking asides that would be lost in most audience tapes...

Purple Haze stretched to almost 7 minutes with free form guit ar intro and extended outro...

This show's a must have and is available on a number of boots (Gone But Not Forgotten, Canadian Club, Thanks Ottawa For The Memories., Superconcert 68, others) and of
course on tape!
Sources (direct from original Taper "Bob In Ohio"): 
AUD: CSB's to Sony DAT -> 2xCDR
SBD: SBD to 25db attenuators to Sony DAT -> 2xCDR

Lineage: 4xCDR -> EAC -> Wavelab(EQ) -> Audition Multitrack -> Wavelab(edit & track split) -> Nero6 -> 2xCDR -> EAC -> Flac frontend (level 8) -> Flac -> Dime

Recorded & Transferred by: "Bob in Ohio"
Matrix Mixing & remaster by: Cuztard Pi

Set-list:

CD 1 (67mins)

01 If 6 Was 9
02 Spanish Castle Magic
03 You Upset Me Baby
04 JB Solo
05 Blues Deluxe
06 Takin' The Hit
07 Mountain Time
08 Wild About You Baby
09 Burning Hell
10 If Heartaches Were Nickels

CD 2 (36mins)

01 Pain And Sorrow
encore
02 Had To Cry Today
03 Heart Of The Sunrise (edit)
04 Starship Trooper (The Wurm)
Bob & Ray
Like She Was a Hammer
Trampoline
Skin and Teeth
Monkey
Want Too Much
Flower Girl
Medicine
Great Lake
Fuse
Fat
Curt Flood
Ohio Air Show Plane Crash

Trade History:
vinelist: offered 2007-08-04
Monkey
joe talking
Trampoline
This Afternoon
Stop
false start
Tiny Voices
Fuse
Leaning
Meanest Flower
Sold
joe talking
Dirty Magazine
Edgar Bergen
joe talking
Flag
Scar
mean old world
walkin' blues
early in the morning
deeper shade of blue
key to the highway
long distance call
i feel like my time ain't long
worried about my baby
come on in my kitchen
hitchhikin' woman - take 1
hitchhikin' woman - take 2
shake em on down
talk to my baby
goin to louisiana (mojo hand)
boom boom boom
 
Comment
John campbell, solo studio recording.Little is known regarding where or even when it was recorded.
John shared a copy with friends in the early 1980's.It sounds eerily similar to the songs he recorded on the tyler sessions. So, it may have been recorded at or around the same time period.
John recorded this version directly from the master tapes to cassette.
He told friends that he was not pleased with the results and never wanted it released. Luckily, this cassette was saved because John couldn't have been more wrong about its quality.
This is great music and great Blues. John was truly a master and on this CD he demonstrates a softer side of his musical side.
Elektra records made an inhouse vhs tape of fairly low quality video, and average to decent quality sound.
The purpose of the video is unsure, BUT a copy was given to a Campbell Family member after Johns Death.
The Video was then put onto a dvd and copied to cdr from there.
Elektra tribute video (unknown generation) > vhs copy >dvd >cd wav>dbpoweramp>flac

The Tracks:

mississippi delta blues benefit
under acme
NYC
march 25 1988
(solo)

1.  bluebird blues 		04.46
2.  going to dallas 		03.42
3.  white lightnin		04.06
4.  sunnyland train		02.40

Montreaux jazz festival
Geneva Switzerland
July 9 1992
(with band)

5.  devil in my closet 		08.20
6.  voodoo edge 		04.55
7.  take me down 		08.32

The shocking club	
milan, italy 
31 march 1993 
(with band)

8.  ain't afraid of midnight 	06.48 
(skips a little partway through, present on source dvd (worse on the dvd, slightly improved for this cd))

9.  person to person 		09.30
10. interview...		01.59
11. saddle up my pony 		07.20
12. interview... 		01.41
13. down in the hole		05.44
14. when the levee breaks	07.02

Set I
Spanish Pipedream
Often Is A Word I Seldom Use
Angel From Montgomery
Fish And Whistle
Crooked Piece Of Time
Blue Umbrella
Illegal Smile
Sabu Visits The Twin Cities Alone
The Bottomless Lake
Sam Stone
That's The Way The World Goes Round
There She Goes
I Had A Dream
Chinatown
If You Don't Want My Love
Find Another Man
Band Intro/pretty Good
Bruised Orange
Set II
Hello In There
Grandpa Was A Carpenter
Ballad Of A Teenage Queen
Paradise
Please Don't Bury Me
Sleepy-eyed Boy
Treat Me Nice
Onomatopoeia
Sailin' Around
Mexican Home
How Lucky
I'm Not That Good At Goodbye
Saddle In The Rain
Intro
Grandpa Was a Carpenter
Donald and Lydia
Aw Heck
Fish and Whistle
The Oldest Baby in the World
Spanish Pipedream
Illegal Smile
Souvenirs
Bottomless Lake
Dear Abby
Sam Stone
That's the Way the World Goes 'Round
Hello in There
Please Don't Bury Me
Paradise
Intro
Spanish Pipedream
Your Flag Decal Won't Get You into Heaven Anymore
Six O'Clock News
Army Fight Story
Souvenirs
Army Inspection Story
Fish and Whistle
Grandpa Story
Grandpa Was a Carpenter
I'm Just Getting By
All the Best
Angel from Montgomery
Jesus: The Missing Years
Long Monday
Donald and Lydia
Dear Abby
That's the Way the World Goes 'Round/Happy Enchilada

Sam Stone
Bear Creek
That's Alright By Me
Ain't Hurtin' Nobody
Band Intro
The Sins of Mephisto
Hello in There
Lake Marie
applause
Sweet Revenge
Some Humans Ain't Human
Paradise
Disc 1
1. Spanish Pipedream
2. Your Flag Decal Won't Get You Into Heaven Anymore
3. Six O' Clock News
4. Souvenirs
5. Fish And Whistle
6. Glory Of True Love
7. Taking A Walk
8. All The Best
9. Angel From Montgomery
10. Bear Creek Blues

Disc 2
1. She Is My Everything
2. Ain't Hurtin' Nobody
3. Some Humans Ain't Human
4. Lake Marie
5. Paradise

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Transfer: Sony D8>Audiophile 24/96>Wave Lab>CD Wav>Soundforge 7.0>FLAC Frontend 1.7.1
Notes:
Mics hypercardioid/ORTF
Fades at beginning and end of set applied by Soundforge 7.0
Taped by Igor Stravinsky
Transferred by Trey Woodruff
Tracked/Seeded by Nick Graham
Sumu
Absinthe
Optikus
Sineen
Improvisation #1
Keko
Encore (Improvisation #2)

Kimmo POHJONEN, accordion, voice
Samuli KOSMINEN, accordion samples, voice samples
Trey GUNN, Warr guitar
Pat MASTELOTTO, rhythmic devices

with:
Heikki ISO-AHOLA, surround sound design

KTU

Kimmo Pohjonen and Samuli Kosminen (Kluster) and Pat Mastelotto and Trey Gunn (from King Crimson and duo TU) join forces for the double duo formation KTU (pronounced K2).
Percussionist Pat Mastelotto and guitarist Trey Gunn have enjoyed successful careers with the band King Crimson, one of the worlds most dynamic, skillful and innovative bands. Their new duo known as TU explores and highlights the well-known Gunn and Mastelotto edge, energy, humour, imagination, phenomenal playing skills and dynamism in an improvisational setting. The first TU album was released in early 2004 followed by April appearances in Moscow.
Seeds for KTU took root at SXSW in Austin Texas in March 1999 when Kimmo Pohjonen shared a billing with Mastelotto/Gunn/Fripp's Project Three at the Electric Lounge. Plans for the quartet took shape over the next five years. KTU's aim is to combine the creative energies, edge imagination and other elements of the four players to make something new, different and musically explosive. Material is mainly comprised of compositions by Pohjonen and Kosminen, plus pieces by Gunn and Mastelotto and arrangements and improvisations by all four. Surround sound design and additional effects by Heikki Iso-Ahola.
KTU rehearsals and the World Premiere concert took place in Helsinki at the venue Nosturi in April 2004, followed by four concerts in Tokyo at Eggman. All concerts were recorded on multi-track with intention for future CD release. 
1-1. Intro 3:46
1-2. Carry On Wayward Son 5:22
1-3. Icarus-Borne On Wings Of Steel 5:44
1-4. Down The Road 3:29
1-5. Good Evening Introduction 1:28
1-6. Mysteries And Mayhem/ 4:12
1-7. Lamplight Symphony/ 2:30
1-8. The Wall 4:49
1-9. Introduction 1:38
1-10. Lonely Wind 6:55
1-11. What's On My Mind 3:33
1-12. Miracles Out Of Nowhere 6:44
1-13. Guitar Solo 3:24
1-14. Child Of Innocence 4:30
1-15. Introduction 1:07
1-16. Keyboard Improv/ Drum Solo/Magnum Opus 13:44
2-1. Song For America 9:45
2-2. Violin Solo 4:07
2-3. Cheyenne Anthem (Ending) 3:32
2-4. Belexes 4:45
2-5. Interview with Band Members 7:21
The Opening Act: Ambrosia
2-6. Make Us All Aware 6:30
2-7. Can't Let A Women 6:38
2-8. Holdin' On To Yesterday 6:12
2-9. I Wanna Know 7:45
2-10. World Leave Me Alone 4:33
Source: SBD > Phillips CDR 
Lineage: CDR > EAC(Secure#) > FLAC 1.1.0 > Cd Wave > Cool Edit Pro 2.1 > Flac

Disc 1

Eddie's Dance		
Soul Vibration
Mighty Mouse
Criminal Mastermind
Family Tree **** With Rebirth Brass Band
Groove On

Disc 2

Intro
The Grunt >
Grasshopper
The Bridge
The Big Payback
So Damn Funky
Encore: Flute Intro
Can You Feel It?
Set I
1 - Who Are You? . Soul Driftin'
2 - Mighty Mouse, Criminal Mastermind
3 - The Bridge
4 -The Hen , Apparently Nothing
5 - Ruff Tuff & Tumble > Contusion
6 - All the Brothers & Sisters
Set II
1 - So Damn Funky , Whip Whop
2 - Family Tree
3 - Because of her Beauty,
4 - Freedom,
5 - Los Los
6 - Fallin' > Groove On
Intro
Rich Man's Welfare
Frankenstein
Bougenvillea > NYC
Bag of Funk
Because of Her Beauty
Whip Whop
Good for Me (and You)

Can You Feel It?
Everything
Cool Is Back

Karl Denson sx.
*Sista Teedy vcls.
**Billy Nershi gtr.
Chris Littlefield trmp.
David Vieth keys.
John Staten drms.
Ron Johnson bas.
Brian Jordan gtr.

Source: SBD>V3>TCD-D8

Transfer: Sony SDT-9000 (dds drive)
>VDAT>Sound Forge 5.0>wav>shn

Taped and transfered by John Dove
Marked Time
How Deep Is the Ocean
Long Suite 2005

Kenny Wheeler - trumpet
Hugh Fraser - conductor
Norma Winstone - voice
Gwilym Simcock - piano
John Parricelli - guitar
Dave Holland - double bass
Martin France - drums
Lee Konitz - alto saxophone
Evan Parker - tenor saxophone
Julian Arguelles - saxophones
Duncan Lamont - saxophone
Stan Sulzmann - saxophone
Ray Warleigh - saxophone
John Barclay - trumpet
Ian Hamer - trumpet
Henry Lowther - trumpet
Derek Watkins - trumpet
Gordon Campbell - trombone
Barnaby Dickinson - trombone
Richard Henry - trombone
Mark Nightingale - trombone
Dazed And Confused
Stairway To Heaven
Moby Dick
Heartbreaker
Whole Lotta Love
Dancing Days
Rock and Roll
Sick Again
Over the Hills and Far Away
In My Time of Dying
The Song Remains the Same
The Rain Song
Kashmir

No Quarter
Trampled Underfoot
Moby Dick

Dazed and Confused
Stairway to Heaven
Whole Lotta Love
Black Dog
Heartbreaker
Source:	Schoeps 4v > VMS5u > Tascam DA-P1 (it is also listed at db.etree.org as
		DAUD Schoeps MK4V > VMS5u > Apogee AD1000 > TCD-D8)

Lineage:	AUD>?>CDR>EAC>FLAC
		
Disc One:

01) 17:26	Jam>Thela
02) 09:09	Ding Dang
03) 04:51	Long in the tooth
04) 10:31	Hendershot>toys tease(jimbo!)
05) 06:22	Monkey Boy
06) 07:59	Highball>
07) 10:40	Drums>
08) 05:29	Jam>highball

Disc Two:

01) 07:39	Running the gauntlet
02) 18:09	2000 light years>Is it Luck? tease>CygnusX-1>2000 light years
03) 15:51	Cosmic highway
04) 12:01	E: David Mackalaster I
05) 08:40	E: Whamola(with Les's kids)
instrumental
memphis
la county
good intentions
flyswatter
crying shame
all my love is gone
give me back my heart
nobody knows me
she makes me feel good
brown-eyed handsome man
north dakota
she's already made up her mind
since the last time

church
if I had a boat
she's hot to go
you can't resist it
simple song
here I am
she's no lady
friend of the devil
[[HiThere]]
[[Audience]]
[[Broadcast]]
[[SBD]]
[[Acoustic]] [[Alt-Country]] [[Americana]] [[Bluegrass]] [[Blues]] [[Classic Rock]] [[Classical]] [[Folk]] [[Funk]] [[Fusion]] [[Indie]] [[Instrumental]] 
[[Jam Band]] [[Jazz]] [[New Wave]] [[Post-Rock]] [[Progressive Rock]] [[Rock]] [[Singer Songwriter]]
8 tracks

Marco Benevento - Keys
Skerik - Sax and oddities
Marc Friedman - Bass
Ari Hoenig - Drums
DJ Olive - Turntablisms
Set I
COCAINE LADY ->
SILVER JACK
CAN'T LET GO ->
LOUISIANA SUN ->
JAM ->
I WILL ALWAYS SEE YOUR FACE ->
FEELS LIKE RAIN ->
YOU LET ME DOWN AGAIN
Set II
IN HARMONY ->
FIRE & BRIMSTONE ->
YOU'RE THE ONLY ONE
EYES OF THE WORLD ->
DRUM SOLO
COLUMBUS STOCKADE BLUES
JOHN HENRY ->
SECRETS ->
TURN ON YOUR LOVELIGHT ->
YOUNGBLOOD
(ENCORE):
ICU ->
GIMME SHELTER
(2nd ENCORE):
WEREWOLVES OF LONDON* ->
BACK PORCH BOOGIE BLUES
Layover
Silent Anticipations
Baby Toes
Watching My Life Go By
Rickover's Dream
Breakfast in the Field
Face Yourself
Ragamuffin
Aerial Boundaries
The Funky Avacado
Come Together
1. Jitterboogie (2:45)
2. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (6:31)
3. Ritual Dance (2:47)
4. Because It's There (4:29)
5. Face Yourself (5:52)
6. Like a Rolling Stone (8:16)
7. Root Witch (2:42)
8. Jabberwocky (4:43)
9. Rickover's Dream (5:47)
10. Free Swingin' Soul (3:53)
11. Silent Anticipations (6:48)
12. Oklahoma! (1:41)
13. Gimme Shelter (5:34)
14. No Expectations (6:24)
- encore -
15. All Along the Watchtower (5:44)

Recording and production by Jeffro
jefftoon@yahoo.com

Source: Sony CFS-EW60 (FM) > 
analog > Sony D10 Pro II.

Transfer: Sony PCM-R300 > NJB3 > SHN
Editing: Cool Edit Pro
The Orchestral Hergest Ridge I
The Orchestral Hergest Ridge II

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Sector Boundaries Aligned
Ripped and encoded June 20th, 2005

Like The Orchestral Tubular Bells before it, this was arranged and conducted by David Bedford. The BBC recorded the premiere, performed by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with Steve Hillage (a member of the Kevin Ayers band) on guitar, on December 9th 1974. This was broadcast on television in early 1975.

A performance by the Scottish National Orchestra at the Kelvin Hall, Glasgow on May 5th 1976 (also featuring Hillage, Andy Summers - later of The Police - took part in other performances) was recorded by Radio Clyde. Virgin purchased the rights to this recording, with the intention of releasing it. 

The album was never released, possibly for several reasons. The Orchestral Tubular Bells was not a commercial success, and Mike is absent from all recordings of the Orchestral Hergest Ridge. Watching the television broadcast of the 1974 performance, Mike laughed at Steve Hillage's playing, and so he may have vetoed its release for this reason.
	Taurus I
	Sheba
	Platinum I
	Platinum II
	Tubular Bells II
	Sailor's Hornpipe
	Tubular Bells

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On 31 October QE2 was issued.

The primary consequence for Mike of the second tour was pecuniary. Post QE2, he said, "I'm not into losing money any more. You know, in that first tour I really wanted to take the whole thing on - now I'd have somebody to look after the orchestra. They're nearly all MU members and they nearly went on strike on us about eight times. As soon as they see a TV camera they start demanding money. I've even thought about doing gigs completely by myself."

Mike did a long interview with Mal Reading on Independent radio reflecting on a number of key themes for his live work.

"It's extremely difficult music to do live because if you want to do it properly you've got to have at least fifty people. It might mean having four guitarists, and I've tried it like that, I've tried doing it half orchestral live and what I have since ended up with is just having very few people who are committed to this particular sort of music. And I feel it's there in spirit even if it doesn't sound like the record. That has been the most satisfying thing way of doing it is to get a manageable amount of people, musicians who are totally committed to the music."


"For QE2 what I did with the band that I took out in March was 12 people. You see the first time was 50, then it went down to 12, and I found that even twelve was too much, too many people. So its been refined down to six people including me, and it's the strongest it has ever been. If somebody had told me two years ago that I could get by with six people I would have said no, rubbish. But it is in fact easier because there's more communication and you've got more time to talk to each other. Particularly because there are so few people everybody has to give out more. If you've got lots of people you tend not to do so much as if there was just a few of you.

"I found it worked better on the road to have a more Socialist attitude with the people I was working with by giving them a share in the profits and things like that, making the whole show their show, our show. Rather than what I had done on a previous tour, which was - I was the boss, you've got to do what I say to get your wages - all I found that did was leave me a little bit out in the cold and caused bitter resentment. I want to share things in my own music, particularly live performances."

Mike's experience was tempering his philosophy in terms of man management, but it is clear that at this stage there is still a tension for him between reproducing to perfection the recorded music, and refreshing this with interpretative versions to fit the live mix. He seemed reconciled to moving ahead with fewer musicians mainly because it was cheaper and easier.

December 20, Germany: Dortmund [tv shows]

On 20 December 1980 Maggie Reilly sang Silent Night, Holy Night for the first time at Dortmund, Westfalen Halle. 
Intro
Taurus I
Sheba/Mirage
intros
Platinum
Tubular Bells, pt. 2/The Sailor's Hornpipe

Ommadawn
Tubular Bells, pt. 1
intro
QE2
Portsmouth
Punkadiddle
Tubular Bells 2

There’s an old joke about the tourist in NYC who asks a elderly man, “How do I get to Carnegie Hall?”, to which the man replies, “Practice, practice, practice!” On March 1, 1993, I got there by winning tickets from WDRE (WLIR) to see the US premiere of Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells II. Lucky for us, someone in the audience had a very good set of stealth mikes. 

Some bits of useless trivia about the show:

The main band included five guitarists, one of which doubled on fiddle and another who doubled on banjo, three keyboard players, a computer programmer (also playing trombone), one pianist, one bassist, one drummer, one percussionist, one mandolin player, four vocalists, an MC, and, of course, mike on every guitar he could find . . . and bells. The complexity of the piece required a conductor, complete with score and baton.

Mike wore tuxedo, tails, and white sneakers.

The applause at about 25:50 is the MC’s entrance.

The chrome bells were mounted on a raised platform at the back of the center stage. Mike picked up the mallets and climbed the two steps to the bells just as the MC introduced them (29:00) – the spotlights reflecting off the bells were almost blinding.

The applause at 47:00 is for the fully uniformed bagpipe band marching onto the stage. They start playing about a minute later.

The studio album doesn’t include any real tubular bells. Mike used a computer to process some toy bells to get the sound he wanted. This live recording and the official Edinburgh Castle video are the only places to hear the piece performed with actual tubular bells. Additionally, the Edinburgh video has been (poorly) overdubbed in several places, so this is the only “true” live recording of the piece.

Trade history:
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'Round Midnight
No Blues
Masqualero
I Fall in Love Too Easily
Riot
Walkin'
On Green Dolphin Street
The Theme

ORTF radio broadcast, but likely taken from pre-broadcast reels.
Miles Davis Quintet
Miles Davis (tpt); Wayne Shorter (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d)

"Agitation" and "Footprints" were not broadcast and do not appear on any issued recordings of this date. The opening ascending run and set-up for the theme to "'Round Midnight" is missing on JMY and Golden Age of Jazz. In addition, the tunes are wrongly indexed on JMY: 1. 'Round Midnight (8:05); 2. No Blues (13:05); 3. Mascalero [sic] (8:40); 4. I Fall in Love Too Easily (9:00); 5. Riot (5:30); 6. Walkin' (9:40); 7. On Green Dolphin Street (16:50); 8. The Theme (0:40).

So...I retracked this using Adobe Audition.

Trade history:
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Introduction
Directions
Bitches Brew
It's About that Time
I Fall in Love Too Easily
Sanctuary/The Theme

from a Berlin TV broadcast
Introduction
Perfect Way
New Blues (Star People)
Human Nature
Tutu
Time After Time
Splatch
Miles talks
The Senate
Me and You
applause
Entrance
In a Silent Way
Intruder
New Blues (Star People)
Perfect Way
The Senate/You and Me
Human Nature
Miles talks
Wrinkle
Tutu

Time After Time
Movie Star
Splatch
Funk Suite (Heavy Metal part one)
Heavy Metal
Don't Stop Me Now
Carnival
Drums
Miles talks
Portia
Venue music

Miles Davis: Trumpet, Keyboards
Kenny Garrett: Alto Sax, Soprano Sax, Flute
Adam Holzman: Keyboards (right)
Joe “Foley” Mc Creary: Lead Piccollo Bass Guitar
Joey De Francesco: Keyboards (left)
Benny Rietveld: Bass Guitar
Marilyn Mazur: Percussion
Ricky Wellman. Drums
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announcer
untitled
untitled
Kakonita
untitled
Laswell bass solo
untitled
untitled

Nils Petter Molvær - tr
Bill Laswell - b
Eivind Aarset - g
Hamid Drake -dr
Aiyb Dieng - perc
Tuning...
Downstream,
Clinging,
One Of these Days,
Gelstream,
Vickassippi,
Before I Go,
Southern Dew,
En Fuego

3 Tenors,
Velvet Pouch,
Calypso,
On The Sun,
Don't Think Twice,
Bo's Blues,
Painted Moon,
Mountain Aire
Jungle Strut
Set I
1. intro
2. Sweet Brandy Wine
3. Painted Moon
4. Double Clutch
5. Get Behind The Mule
6. Downstream
7. Bo's Blues
8. Bridge Of The Gods
Set II
1. Daddy Long Legs
2. Journey Man
3. Evergreen
4. En Fuego *
5. Locomotive Breath**
Set III
. Border Ghost (a long tail to tell)
2. Velvet Pouch
3. Three Tenors
4. Fearless
5. Gelstream
E:
6. Calypso

By the Time I Get to Phoenix
I'm Gonna Kill That Woman
Long Train Suffering
Your Funeral, My Trial
She Fell Away
Long Time Man
Knockin' on Joe
Jack's Shadow
Sad Waters
From Her to Eternity
Intro
Messiah Ward
Hiding All Away
Easy Money
Supernaturally
Babe, You Turn Me On
Breathless
Get Ready for Love
O Children
Carry Me
There She Goes, My Beautiful World
Red Right Hand
Deanna

The Weeping Song
God Is in the House
Stagger Lee
The Mercy Seat
1. Unknown
2. Unknown
3. Platonic Years
4. Tragamar
5. Khmer
6. Song of Sand II
7. Tlon
1. Unknown
2. Unknown
3. Platonic Years
4. Tragamar
5. Khmer
6. Song of Sand II
7. Tlon
Little Indian
Song Of Grief
Axis Of Ignorance
Dead Live
Hurry Slowly
Simply So
 
Nils Petter Molvaer - trumpet, electronics
Jan Bang - samples, loops, electronics
DJ Strangefruit - turntables

Recorded exclusive at the BBC Studios on 2004-08-20
Broadcasted by BBC "Late Junction" on 2004-08-24 and by BBC Scotland "Be-Bop to Hip-Hop" on 2004-09-08
Solid Ether
Little Indian
Kakonita
Axis of Ignorance
Song of Grief
Last Updated: 23 Aug 2007
Copyright © 2007 bjm
CD1
1. Windowpane 
2. In My Time Of Need 
3. Death Whispered A Lullaby 
4. Closure 
5. Hope Leaves 
6. To Rid The Disease 
7. Ending Credits 
8. Weakness 

CD2
1. Benighted
2. To Bid You Farewell
3. Soldier Of Fortune (Deep Purple Cover)
4. Face Of Melinda
Erpland
Og Ha Be
Dots Thots
Dissolution (The Clouds Disperse)
White Rhino Tea
Snakepit

O-I
The Space Between Your Ears
Erpsongs
The Thrubbe
Kick Muck
Sniffin Dog
Irish Jig
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Cichy Zapada Zmrok
Tam Gdzie Nie Siega Wzrok
Mania Mienia
Szepty I Lzy
Przyplyw, Odplyw, Oddech Czasu
Cyraneczka
Piosenka Dla Stasia
Are You Going with Me?
This Is Not America
Polskie Drogi
Na Calej Polaci Snieg
Pat Metheny: guitars
Charlie Haden: acoustic bass

CD 1
01. Last Train Home (Metheny)
02. (applause)
03. Don't Know Why (Harris)
04. Song For The Boys (Metheny)
05. Into The Dream (Metheny)
06. Bass Solo
07. Waltz For Ruth (Haden)
08. Our Spanish Love Song (Haden)
09. First Song (Haden)
10. The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress (Webb)

CD 2
01. Message To A Friend (Metheny)
02. The Precious Jewel (Acuff)
03. The Calling (Metheny)
04. Two For The Road (Mancini/Bricusse)
05. He's Gone Away (traditional)
06. Charlie's Remarks
07. Blues For Pat (Haden)
08. Cinema Paradiso (Morricone)
1. Phase Dance (Metheny/Mays) 7:49
2. unidentified (Circus Music) (Metheny/Mays) 7:22
3. Unity Village (Metheny) 6:34
4. Guitar Solo -> The Windup (Keith Jarrett) 5:05
5. The Epic (Metheny/Mays) 17:46
6. Jaco (Metheny) 5:04
7. American Garage (Metheny/Mays) 4:10

Notes :
Location and exact date are unknown, but maybe June 1979, somewhere in U.S.A. as the Bootleg says so.
Although, I saw this one listed as "June 30, 1979 Chicago, IL" or "Blue Note", I'm not sure yet.
Also, the source is unknown, but it's likely FM or Soundboard source.

Track2 is described as "Missouri (Pat Metheny)" in the Bootleg. But I don't know where the title came from.
According to the Pat Metheny Group - The PMG Companion, Volume1 created by Jim Leonard,
this tune has no title yet.

Here's the details for this tune from the PMG Companion Vol.1 :
Metheny introduced this tune by saying it had been written for a soundtrack. (Was the film 
released?) Although the piece had no title yet, he said, the Group was referring to it as 
"circus music," because the scene for which it was written was set at a circus. It was played 
in almost every show in 1979.

Pat Metheny - guitars
Lyle Mays - piano, keyboards, synthesizer, autoharp
Mark Egan - bass
Dan Gottlieb - drums
1. Phase Dance
2. Airstream
3. April Joy
4. Medley (Unity Village > Florida Greeting Song > House of the Rising Sun > The Windup)
5. The Epic
6. James
7. Old Folks
8. Jaco
9. The Magician's Theater
10. San Lorenzo
11. (Cross the) Heartland
12. American Garage
1. Phase Dance
2. Airstream
3. April Joy
4. Medley (Unity Village > Florida Greeting Song > House of the Rising Sun > The Windup)
5. The Epic
6. James
7. Old Folks
8. Jaco
9. The Magician's Theater
10. San Lorenzo
11. (Cross the) Heartland
Pat Metheny: guitars, guitar synthesizer, electric sitar
Lyle Mays: piano, synthesizers
Steve Rodby: acoustic bass, electric bass
Paul Wertico: drums
Armando Marçal: percussion
Pedro Aznar: vocals, guitars, percussion

Total time 116:27

Disc 1 (59:28)
01. (Pat - Intro) 1:36
02. Have You Heard (Pat Metheny) 6:26
03. Every Summer Night (Pat Metheny) 7:23
04. Naked Moon (Pat Metheny) 5:24
05. Better Days Ahead (Pat Metheny) 5:42
06. Airstream (Pat Metheny / Lyle Mays) 7:17
07. Question And Answer (Pat Metheny) 6:56
08. James (Pat Metheny / Lyle Mays) 5:48
09. How Insensitive (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius De Moraes) 7:46
10. Last Train Home (Pat Metheny) 5:07
 
Disc 2 (56:58)
01. Third Wind (Pat Metheny / Lyle Mays) 9:33
02. Pat - Warmup - The Road To You (Pat Metheny) 4:20
03. Untitled (Pat Metheny) 1:05
04. Lonely Woman (Horace Silver) 3:19
05. The Road To You - 1st take (Pat Metheny) 6:00
06. The Road To You - 2nd take (Pat Metheny) 6:27
07. Spring Ain’t Here (Pat Metheny) 7:05
08. Beat 70 (Pat Metheny / Lyle Mays) 4:58
09. Half Life Of Absolution (Pat Metheny / Lyle Mays) 14:07

Re-mastered by Bruce MacKenzie. 
MAAP6
DISC ONE
1. Chris (This Is Not America)
2. The Way Up ~ Opening
3. The Way Up ~ Part One
4. The Way Up ~ Part Two
5. The Way Up ~ Part Three
6. Pat's Remarks

DISC TWO
1. Are You Going With Me?
2. Last Train Home
3. Lone Jack
4. Roots Of Coincidence
5. Always & Forever
6. Farmers Trust
7. Pat's Remarks
8. Proof
9. Minuano (six-eight)

Pat Metheny ~ Guitars
Lyle Mays ~ Keyboards
Steve Rodby ~ Bass
Antonio Sanchez ~ Drums
Cuong Vu ~ Trumpet, Misc.
Gregoire Maret ~ Harmonica, Misc
Nando Lauria ~ Guitar, Misc.

Core Sound Stealth Binaural Microphones > Sharp MD-DR480H(S) >
Sound Forge 7.0 (transfer & mastering) > CDWave > mwkSHN

This show is the very first of the warm-up gigs for the tour
and contains the first live performance of "The Way Up."
Guitar Solo
The Way Up Opening
The Way Up Part 1
The Way Up Part 2
The Way Up Part 3
What Do You Want?
James
Always And Forever
Farmer's Trust
Lone Jack
Are You Going With Me?
The First Circle
(It's Just) Talk
Minuano (Six-Eight)

Minidisc > Phillips Standalone Cd Recorder > EAC > MKW > SHN

Pat Metheny - Guitars, Guitar Synthesizer
Lyle Mays - Keyboards
Steve Rodby - Acoustic & Electric Basses
Antonio Sanchez - Drums, Percussion, Electric Bass
Cuong Vu - Trumpet, Guitar, Vocals, Percussion
Gregoire Maret - Harmonica, Vocals, Guitar, Percussion
Nando Lauria - Guitar, Vocals, Percussion, Trumpet
Pat Metheny ~ Guitars
Lyle Mays ~ Keyboards
Steve Rodby ~ Bass
Antonio Sanchez ~ Drums
Cuong Vu ~ Trumpet, Vocals, Percussion, Misc.
Gregoire Maret ~ Harmonica, Vocals, Percussion, Misc.
Nando Lauria ~ Guitar, Percussion, Vocals, Misc.


DISC ONE
1. Chris (This Is Not America)
2. The Way Up ~ Opening
3. The Way Up ~ Part One
4. The Way Up ~ Part Two
5. The Way Up ~ Part Three
6. Pat's Remarks

DISC TWO
1. What Do You Want?
2. All The Things You Are > James
3. Lone Jack
4. Are You Going With Me?
5. Last Train Home
6. Roots Of Coincidence
7. Always & Forever
8. Farmers Trust

DISC THREE
1. Pat's Remarks
2. First Circle
3. Encore Applause
4. (It's Just) Talk
5. Minuano (Six-Eight)

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Sound Forge 7.0 (transfer & mastering) > CDWave > mwkSHN

Not For Commercial Use
This Recording Is To Be Traded Freely
NEVER FOR SALE ****

SHOW NOTES
The show was recorded about 10 or 12 rows back from center stage.
The crowd is a bit noisy during Chris, but quickly quiets down
as TWU begins and remains cooperative (at least from a taper’s
standpoint) for the balance of the show.  The Center For The
Arts at SUNY Buffalo is a great sounding venue and it’s
comfortable too!  I’ve recorded there previously (pmt_2003-11-08)
and am happy to say I’ve been satisfied with the results both times.

This is the second recording of this performance to surface.  The
first recording was seeded as a torrent on EZT just two days after
the show on Feb. 19 by "geo981010."  It’s wonderful that the show
was available to all so quickly.  I inserted about 1 minute of the
applause from the first recording immediately after the TWU to 
cover a mini-disc swap.  Many thanks to the taper.

While Pat states that this the first show of the "official" tour it
is actually the fifth show of the tour.  There were four warm up
gigs at Penn State (Feb. 12), Lancaster, PA (Feb. 13), Potsdam, NY
(Feb. 14), and Johnson, VT (Feb. 15).
Estival Jazz 2004

Last Train Home
Song for the Boys
Medley
Into the Dream
So May It Secretly Begin
Number 13

Always & Forever
Number 3
James
Lone Jack
Lonely Woman
Question & Answer

Pat Metheny - guitars
Christian McBride - bass
Antonio Sanchez - drums
I'm in You
Serenade
Definition of a Dog
When God Created the Coffee Break
Pavanne

Behind the Yashmack
(talking)
Believe Beleft Below
Dodge the Dodo
'Round Midnight
Paul Bley - Gary Peacock - Paul Motian
unknown venue,
Essen, Germany
03.15.99

Paul Bley - piano
Gary Peacock - acoustic bass
Paul Motian - drums

setlist n/a

1. ? (12:16) (PB solo)
2. ? (08:04) 
3. ? (08:05) 
4. ? (03:46) 
5. ? (15:23)
6. ? (05:47) 
7. ? (08:32)
8. ? (04:26)
9. ? (05:21)

TT: 1:11:45 

Sound Quality A+  
It's A Plain Shame
Doobie Wah
Lines On My Face
The Lodger
I Wanna Go To The Sun
Do You Feel Like We Do
Jumpin' Jack Flash
White Sugar
Shine On
On The Air
Moribund The Burgermeister
Perspective
Here Comes The Flood
White Shadow
Waiting For The Big One
Humdrum
I Don't Remember
Solsbury Hill
Modern Love
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
red rain
more than this
secret world
games without frontiers
mercy street
darkness
digging in the dirt
don't give up
the tower that ate people
growing up
shock the monkey
solsbury hill
sledgehammer
signal to noise
in your eyes
come talk to me
father, son
Set I
Disc 1 (77:19):
Set 1

Pharoah Sanders-tenor sax
William Henderson-piano
Robert Hurst-bass
Ralph Penland-drums
Dwight Tribble-vocals
Bobby Hutcherson vibes

1. Announcement 2:05
2. A Love Supreme (Coltrane) 17:30
3. The Creator Has A Master Plan (Sanders-Thomas) 8:20

Charles Lloyd-tenor sax
Bobby Hutcherson-vibes
Julian Lage-guitar
Larry Grenadier-bass
Tony Austin-drums
Kamau Daaood-recitation on track 5

4. Charles Lloyd Announcement 2:50
5. Poem by Kamau Daaood 9:37
6. Announcement 1:08
7. unknown title 12:34
8. unknown title 13:07

Charles Lloyd-tenor sax
Pharoah Sanders-tenor sax
William Henderson-piano
Robert Hurst-bass
Ralph Penland-drums
Dwight Tribble-vocals
Bobby Hutcherson vibes

9. Prayer For Master Higgins 10:08
Set II
Disc 2 (66:38)
set 2

Pharoah Sanders-tenor sax
William Henderson-piano
Robert Hurst-bass
Ralph Penland-drums
Dwight Tribble-vocals
Bobby Hutcherson-vibes

1. Introduction :57
2. My Favorite Things (Rodgers-Hammerstein) 24:32
3. Save Our Children (Sanders) 10:17

Bobby Hutcherson-vibes
William Henderson-piano
Robert Hurst-bass
Ralph Penland-drums

4. unidentified 7:26
5. announcement 5:13

Charles Lloyd-tenor sax
Bobby Hutcherson-vibes
Julian Lage-guitar
Larry Grenadier-bass
Tony Austin-drums
Kamau Daaood-recitation on track 6

6. Poem by Kamau Daaood 9:43
7. High Chair 7:45
8. announcement 0:45
Set III
Disc 3 (51:04)
1. unidentified 15:09
2. unidentified 15:06
3. announcement 0:49

Charles Lloyd-tenor sax
Pharoah Sanders-tenor sax
William Henderson-piano
Bobby Hutcherson-vibes
Julian Lage-guitar
Larry Grenadier-bass
Robert Hurst-bass
Tony Austin-drums
Ralph Penland-drums
Dwight Tribble-vocals

4. Prayer For Master Higgins 16:33
5. Billy Higgins closing announcement 3:27
Comment
Benefit Concert for Billy Higgins

Grantchester Meadows
Astronomy Domine
Cymbaline
Atom Heart Mother
Embryo

Green Is the Colour
Careful with that Axe, Eugene
Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
A Saucerful of Secrets
Interstellar Overdrive

Harvested HRV016
1. Careful with that Axe, Eugene
2. Fat Old Sun
3. Atom Heart Mother

1. The Embryo
2. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
3. Cymbaline
4. Blues

Trade history
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CD 1:
The Embryo
Fat Old Sun
Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
Atom Heart Mother
One of These Days

CD 2:
Careful with that Axe, Eugene
Cymbaline
Echoes
Blues

FRP CDR-022/23
Dark Side of the Moon

One of These Days
Careful with that Axe, Eugene
Echoes
A Saucerful of Secrets
Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
Obscured By Clouds/When You're In
Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
Careful with that Axe, Eugene
Echoes

Dark Side of the Moon
One of These Days
Dark Side of the Moon
Echoes
Raving and Drooling
Gotta Be Crazy
Shine on You Crazy Diamond 1 - 5
Have a Cigar
Shine on You Crazy Diamond 6 - 9
Dark Side of the Moon
Echoes
Set I
Sheep
Pigs on The Wing Part I
Dogs
Pigs On The Wing Part II
Pigs (Three Different Ones)
Set II
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)
Welcome To The Machine
Have A Cigar
Wish You Were Here
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts VI-IX)
Set III
ENCORE:
Money
Us And Them

ENCORE 2:
Careful With That Axe, Eugene
Set I
Sheep
Pigs on The Wing Part I
Dogs
Pigs On The Wing Part II
Pigs (Three Different Ones)
Set II
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)
Welcome To The Machine
Have A Cigar
Wish You Were Here
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts VI-IX)
Set III
ENCORE:
Money
Us And Them
This is a DTS surround upmix of AHM.
CD-R format.
Contains a digi-squeal at the end of FOS :-(
Dark Side Of The Moon
From the original 1/2" Master Tapes

This is the real deal. not the usual Q8 or SQ versions with all their limitations
(limited bandwidth on the Q8, Matrixed surround on the SQ etc) but a genuine transfer from the original master tapes.
Finally you can hear Alan Parson's mix as it was always intended to be heard in studio quality audio.
The only "liberty" we have taken here is an additional .1 track. You can make up your own mind as to
whether or not it is a worthwhile addition.
It also features all new artwork in both sections specially created for this DVD-Audio release
The disc will play on all DVD players, as it is a DVD-Audio/Video "hybrid" containing the following:

Audio_TS
MLP Lossless at 24/96 Resolution in 4.1

Video_TS
DTS from 24/48 Source files
Dolby Digital from 24/48 Source files

Additionally, it is possible to play both the lossy streams from DVD-Audio players.
Each type has it's own menus. What you can access is dependant entirely on your player.

All Authoring, Encoding, Post Production and design is exclusive to this release.

Trade history:
2007-08-12 received in trade
Source and digital transfer: Wojtek's Page Of Bootlegs
Revision and correction: Eugene's Axe

PINK FLOYD

WATERBURY 18.3.73
(COLLECTOR’S EDITION)

Original Release:  1973 r.

Media: 4 CD-R

X-ref: „Obscured By The Moon”,
       „Waterbury Master”,
       „Waterbury 1973”,
       „Radio City Music Hall”,
       „Dark Side Of Radio City”,
       „Obscurity”,
       „New York 17.3.73”.

Source: March 18th, 1973 – The Palace Theater, Waterbury,
              Connecticut, USA.

Album notes:

A part of the world tour, promoting album „The Dark Side Of The Moon”.
Collectors' edition - two complete recorders: 2nd and 3rd. Recording
mastered from rare, genuine low generation analog tapes.
Discs' division compatible with the course of the show. Carefuly indexed.
Revised copy. Balanced. Speed corrected. 
Discs 1 & 2: from rare low gen tape, Audience recorder 3.
Discs 3 & 4: from rare low gen tape. Audience recorder 2.

Lineage (both sources): A Cass 2&3[Low]>SBLive>WAV>CoolEditPro>EAC>SHN.

Tracks:

Disc 1:
  1. Obscured by Clouds  (5:15)
  2. When You're In  (9:18)
  3. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun  (15:19)
  4. Careful With That Axe, Eugene  (13:11)
  5. Echoes  (24:29)

Disc 2:
  1. Speak To Me  (1:47)
  2. Breathe  (2:51)
  3. On The Run  (5:29)
  4. Time / Breathe Reprise  (6:55)
  5. The Great Gig In The Sky  (5:50)
  6. Money  (6:04)
  7. Us And Them  (7:35)
  8. Any Colour You Like  (7:07)
  9. Brain Damage  (3:07)
 10. Eclipse  (1:45)
Encore:
 11. One Of These Days  (9:16)

Disc 3:
  1. Obscured by Clouds  (4:09)
  2. When You're In  (7:36)
  3. Tuning  (1:29)
  4. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun  (14:21)
  5. Tuning  (1:23)
  6. Careful With That Axe, Eugene  (14:08)
  7. Echoes  (22:51)

Disc 4:
  1. Speak To Me  (2:15)
  2. Breathe  (2:54)
  3. On The Run  (5:21)
  4. Time / Breathe Reprise  (6:53)
  5. The Great Gig In The Sky  (5:59)
  6. Money  (5:36)
  7. Us And Them – Cut inside  (2:34)
  8. Any Colour You Like  (6:54)
  9. Brain Damage  (3:40)
 10. Eclipse  (1:43)
Encore:
 11. One Of These Days  (7:50)

Quality (1-6):  5.

Catalogue:  No info.
Artwork: Wojtek.
Up The Downstair
Always Never
Radioactive Toy
Burning Sky
Not Beautiful Anymore
Idiot Prayer
The Sky Moves Sideways (Phase One)
Waiting (Phase One)
The Nostalgia Factory
Moonloop
Dislocated Day
The Moon Touches Your Shoulder
Always Never
Up The Downstair

Encore:
Voyage 34
Radioactive Toy
Idiot Prayer
The Sky Moves Sideways (Phase One)
Waiting (Phase One)
The Nostalgia Factory
Moonloop
Up the Downstair
Voyage 34 (Phase One)
Linton Samuel Dawson
The Sky Moves Sideways (Phase I)
Signify
Waiting (Phase I + II)
The Sleep of No Dreaming
Up the Downstair
Solo by the Smoke Machine
The Moon Touches Your Shoulder >
Always Never
Dislocated Day
Moonloop
Sever
Radioactive Toy
Voyage 34
Not Beautiful Anymore
Even Less
Waiting - Phase 1
Waiting - Phase 2
Sleep of No Dreaming
Up the Downstair
Always Never
Moonloop
Signify

Voyage 34
Dislocated Day
Radioactive Toy
Ambulance Chasing
This Is No Rehearsal
Dislocated Day
Radioactive Toy
Not Beautiful Anymore
Nine Cats

Last six songs are from 1998-04-18 in Utrecht, except for Nine Cats, which is taken from a promo tape.
Even Less
Waiting (Phase One) >
Waiting (Phase Two)
The Sleep Of No Dreaming
Up The Downstair
This Is No Rehearsal
Ambulance Chasing
The Moon Touches Your Shoulder >
Always Never
Signify
Voyage 34
Dislocated Day
Radioactive Toy
Even Less
Piano Lessons
Waiting
Up the Downstair
Don't Hate Me
Signify
Nine Cats
Pure Narcotic
Smart Kid

Voyage 34
Slave Called Shiver
Tinto Brass
The Sky Moves Sideways (Phase One)
Dislocated Day
Radioactive Toy
Even Less
Piano Lessons
Waiting (Phase One)
Up The Downstair
Don't Hate Me
Signify
Baby Dream In Cellophane *
A Smart Kid
Voyage 34 (Phase One)
Slave Called Shiver *
Tinto Brass
The Sky Moves Sideways

Encore:
Nine Cats
Dislocated Day
Radioactive Toy
Even Less
Piano Lessons
Waiting
Up The Downstair
Don't Hate Me
Signify
Voyage 34
Tinto Brass
The Sky Moves Sideways
Radioactive Toy
Even Less
Piano Lessons
Waiting (Phase One)
Up The Downstair
Don't Hate Me
Signify
Pure Narcotic
Nine Cats
Voyage 34 (Phase One)
Slave Called Shiver
Tinto Brass
The Sky Moves Sideways (Phase One)
Dislocated Day
Radioactive Toy
Even Less
Piano Lessons
Waiting (phase I)
Up the Downstair
Dont' Hate Me
Signify
Baby Dream in Cellophane
A Smart Kid
Voyage 34 (phase I)
Slave Called Shiver
Tinto Brass
The Sky Moves Sideways (phase I)
Dislocated Day
Radioactive Toy
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
Shesmovedon
Up The Downstair
The Sleep Of No Dreaming
Last Chance To Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled
Russia On Ice
Pure Narcotic
Where We Would Be
Hatesong
Tinto Brass
Voyage 34 (Phase One)
Signify
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
Shesmovedon
Up the Downstair
Sleep of No Dreaming
Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth Before it is Recycled
Russia On Ice
Pure Narcotic
Where We Would Be?
Hatesong
Tinto Brass
Voyage 34
Signify 
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
Shesmovedon
Up The Downstair
Lightbulb Sun
Last Chance To Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled
Russia On Ice
Pure Narcotic
Where We Would Be
Hatesong
Tinto Brass
Voyage 34 (Phase One)
Signify
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
Shesmovedon
Up the Downstair
Lightbulb Sun
Last Chance To Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled
Russia On Ice
Pure Narcotic
Where We Would Be?
Hatesong
Tinto Brass
Voyage 34
Radioactive Toy
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
Shesmovedon
Up The Downstair
Lightbulb Sun
Last Chance To Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled
Russia On Ice
Pure Narcotic
Where We Would Be?
Hatesong
Tinto Brass
Voyage 34
Radioactive Toy
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
Shesmovedon
Up The Downstair
Lightbulb Sun
Last Chance To Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled
Russia On Ice
Pure Narcotic
Where We Would Be
Hatesong
Tinto Brass

Encore:
Stop Swimming
Voyage 34 (Phase One)
Radioactive Toy
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
Shesmovedon
Up The Downstair
Lightbulb Sun
Last Chance To Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled
Russia On Ice
Pure Narcotic
Where We Would Be
Hatesong
Tinto Brass

Encore:
Stop Swimming
Voyage 34 (Phase One)
Radioactive Toy
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
Shesmovedon
Last Chance To Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled
Lightbulb Sun
Where We Would Be?
Hatesong
Waiting (Phase One)
The Sleep Of No Dreaming
Tinto Brass
Stop Swimming
Pure Narcotic
Up The Downstair
Russia On Ice
Signify
Radioactive Toy
The Creator Has a Mastertape
Waiting
Shesmovedon
Buying New Soul
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
The Sound of Muzak
Wedding Nails
Pure Narcotic
Hatesong
Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth
Stop Swimming
Strip the Soul

Encores:
Dark Matter
Tinto Brass
Blackest Eyes
Waiting
Shesmovedon
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
The Sound of Muzak
Pure Narcotic
Hatesong
Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled
Stop Swimming
Strip the Soul

Buying New Soul
Wedding Nails
Dark Matter
Tinto Brass
Blackest Eyes
Waiting
Shesmovedon
Buying New Soul
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
The Sound of Muzak
Wedding Nails
Pure Narcotic
Hate Song

Band introductions
Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled
Strip the Soul
Dark Matter
Tinto Brass
Blackest Eyes
The Sound Of Muzak
Gravity Eyelids
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
Wedding Nails
Prodigal
Hatesong
A Smart Kid
Shesmovedon
Heart Attack In A Layby
Strip The Soul
Dark Matter
Tinto Brass
Blackest Eyes
The Sound of Muzak
Gravity Eyelids
Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled
Wedding Nails
Hatesong
Russia on Ice
The Creator Has a Mastertape
Heartattack in a Layby
Strip the Soul
Waiting (phase I)
Tinto Brass
Blackest Eyes
The Sound of Muzak
Gravity Eyelids
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
Wedding Nails
Last Chance to Evacuate the Earth Before It Is Recycled
Shesmovedon
Hatesong
Stop Swimming
The Creator Has a Mastertape
Heartattack in Layby
Strip the Soul

--encore--
Waiting(Phase 1)
Tinto Brass
intro
Blackest Eyes
Sound of Muzak
Gravity Eyelids
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
Wedding Nails
Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled
Hatesong

Stop Swimming
Prodigal
Heartattack in a Layby
Strip the Soul
Dark Matter
Tinto Brass
Blackest Eyes
Sound Of Muzak
Gravity Eyelids
Even Less
Slave Called Shiver
Wedding Nails
Last Chance To Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled

Hate Song
Waiting
The Creator Has A Masterpiece
Heartattack In A Layby
Shesmovedon
Strip The Soul
Dark Matter
Tinto Brass
Intro >
Blackest Eyes
The Sound of Muzak
Gravity Eyelids
Even Less
Pure Narcotic
Hatesong
Russia on Ice
Waiting (Phase One)
Strip the Soul
Heartattack in a Layby
Wedding Nails
Shesmovedon
Trains
Blackest Eyes
The Sound Of Muzak
Gravity Eyelids
Even Less
Pure Narcotic
Hatesong
Russia On Ice
Waiting (Phase One)
Strip The Soul
Heartattack In A Layby
Wedding Nails
Shesmovedon
Trains
Disc 1  68:32
Intro-Creator has a master tape
Sound of muszak
Gravity Eyelids
Blackest Eyes
Evenless
Slave called shiver
Happy Birthday Andy
Futile
Waiting
Hatesong
Shesmovedon
Heart Attack in a Layby

Disc 2 16:18
Strip the soul
Trains
Blackest Eyes
Shesmovedon
Gravity Eyelids
Fadeaway
Futile
Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth Before it is Recycled
Hatesong
Russia On Ice
The Moon Touches Your Shoulder
Wedding Nails
Even Less
Trains
Intro (Revenant)
Deadwing
The Sound Of Muzak
Lazarus
Halo
A Smart Kid
Shallow
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
Fadeaway
Burning Sky
Mellotron Scratch
Blackest Eyes
The Start Of Something Beautiful
Even Less

--encore--
Shesmovedon
Trains
Deadwing
The Sound Of Muzak
Lazarus
Halo
A Smart Kid
Hatesong
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
Fadeaway
Burning Sky
The Start Of Something Beautiful
Blackest Eyes
Even Less
--encore--
Shesmovedon
Trains
Revenant
Deadwing
Sound Of Muzak
Lazarus
Halo
A Smart Kid
Hatesong
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
Fadeaway
Shallow
Mellotron Scratch
Blackest Eyes
Even Less
Encore Break
Shesmovedon
Trains
Revenant/Deadwing
Sound Of Muzak
Lazarus
Halo
A Smart Kid
Hatesong
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here

Fadeaway
Shallow
The Start of Something Beautiful
Blackest Eyes
Even Less
Shesmovedon
Trains
 Revenant
Deadwing
The Sound Of Muzak
Lazarus
Halo
A Smart Kid
Hatesong
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
Fadeaway
Set II
Shallow
Mellotron Scratch
Blackest Eyes
Even Less
Shesmovedon
Trains
01 Intro
02 Deadwing
03 The Sound of Muzak
04 Lazarus
05 Halo
06 A Smart Kid
07 Hatesong
08 Arriving Somewhere, But Not Here

01 Fadeaway
02 Burning Sky
03 Shallow
04 Start of Something Beautiful
05 Blackest Eyes
06 Even Less
07 Shesmovedon
08 Trains
Intro
Deadwing
Sound of Muzak
Lazarus
Halo
Stop Swimming
Hate Song
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
Strip The Soul
Mellotron Scratch
Blackest Eyes
Stupid Dream
Shes Moved On
Trains
Intro by Steve Hogarth
Deadwing
Sound of Muzak
Halo
Hatesong
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
Strip the Soul (w/keyboard solo by Steve Hogarth)
Blackest Eyes
Intro
Open Car
Blackest Eyes
Lazarus
Deadwing
Don't Hate Me
Mother & Child Divided
Buying New Soul
So Called Friend
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
Heartattack In a Layby
The Start of Something Beautiful
Halo
[crowd noise before encores]
Sound of Muzak
Radioactive Toy
Intro
Open Car
Blackest Eyes
Lazarus
Deadwing
Don't Hate Me
Mother And Child Divided
Buying New Soul
So Called Friend
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
Heartattack In A Lay By
The Start Of Something Beautiful
Halo
The Sound Of Muzak
Radioactive Toy
Intro
Open Car
Blackest Eyes
Lazarus
Deadwing
Don't Hate Me
Mother and Child Divided
Buying New Soul
So Called Friend
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
Heartattack in a Layby
The Start of Something Beautiful

Halo
Radioactive Toy
Trains
Open Car
Blackest Eyes
Lazarus
Deadwing
Don't Hate Me
Mother and Child Divided
Gravity Eyelids
So Called Friend
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
Heartattack in a Layby
The Start of Something Beautiful
Halo

Encores:
Radioactive Toy
Trains
Fear Of A Blank Planet
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Sentimental
Unknown
Sleep Together
Open Car
The Sound Of Muzak
Buying New Soul
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
.3
The Start Of Something Beautiful
Trains

E: Halo
Blackest Eyes
 Fear Of A Blank Planet
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Sentimental
Unknown
Sleep Together
Set II
Open Car
The Sound Of Muzak
Buying New Soul
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
.3
The Start Of Something Beautiful
Trains
Halo
Blackest Eyes
Fear Of A Blank Planet
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Sentimental
Unknown
Sleep Together
Open Car
The Sound Of Muzak
Buying New Soul
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
.3
The Start Of Something Beautiful
Trains
Halo
Blackest Eyes
Fear Of A Blank Planet
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Sentimental
Unknown
Sleep Together
Open Car
The Sound Of Muzak
Buying New Soul
Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
.3
The Start Of Something Beautiful
Trains

E: Halo
Blackest Eyes
Fear Of A Blank Planet
Drown With Me
Lightbulb Sun
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Open Car
Sentimental
Gravity Eyelids
Blackest Eyes
Half-Light
Sever
Way Out Of Here
Sleep Together

E: Mother And Child Divided
Even Less
Halo
Intro
Fear Of A Blank Planet
Lightbulb Sun
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Open Car
Gravity Eyelids
Drown With Me
Sentimental
Blackest Eyes
Sever
A Smart Kid
Way Out Of Here
Sleep Together
Even Less
Mother & Child Divided
Halo
Fear Of A Blank Planet
Lightbulb Sun
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Open Car
Gravity Eyelids
Drown With Me
Sentimental
Blackest Eyes
Half Light >
Sever
Way Out Of Here
Sleep Together

E: Even Less
Mother & Child Divided
Halo
 Fear Of A Blank Planet
Lightbulb Sun
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Open Car
Gravity Eyelids
Drown With Me
Sentimental
Blackest Eyes
Half Light
Sever
Way Out Of Here
Sleep Together

Even Less
Mother And Child Divided
Halo
Fear Of A Blank Planet
Lightbulb Sun
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Open Car
Mellotron Scratch
Drown With Me
Sentimental
Blackest Eyes
Half Light
Sever
Way Out Of Here
Sleep Together

E: Even Less
Mother And Child Divided
Halo
Fear Of A Blank Planet
Lightbulb Sun
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Trains
Open Car
Gravity Eyelids
Drown With Me
Sentimental
Blackest Eyes
Half Light
Sever
Way Out Of Here
Sleep Together

Encore:
Mother & Child Divided
Halo
Fear of a Blank Planet
Lightbulb Sun
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Open Car
Mellotron Scratch
Drown with Me
Sentimental
Blackest Eyes
Half-Light
Sever
Way Out of Here
Sleep Together

~Encore~
Trains
Mother & Child Divided
Halo
Fear Of A Blank Planet
Lightbulb Sun
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Open Car
Gravity Eyelids
Drown With Me
Sentimental
Blackest Eyes
Half-Light
Sever
Way Out Of Here
Sleep Together
Trains
Mother & Child Divided
Halo
 Fear Of A Blank Planet
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Sentimental
Way Out Of Here
Sleep Together
Set II
Lightbulb Sun
Open Car
Mellotron Scratch
Drown With Me
Even Less
.3
Sever
Blackest Eyes
Mother & Child Divided
Halo
Intro
Fear of A Blank Planet
Lightbulb Sun
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Open Car
Mellotron Scratch
Drown With Me
Sentimental
Blackest Eyes
A Smart Kid
Sever
Way Out Of Here
Sleep Together

~Encore~
Trains
Mother and Child Divided
Halo
Intro
Fear of a Blank Planet
Lightbulb Sun
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Open Car
Gravity Eyelids
Drown with Me
Sentimental
Blackest Eyes
Half-Light
Sever
Way Out of Here
Sleep Together

Trains
Mother and Child Divided
Halo
Fear of a Blank Planet
Lightbulb Sun
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Open Car
Gravity Eyelids
Drown With Me
Sentimental
Blackest Eyes
Half Light
Sever
Way Out of Here
Sleep Together

Trains
Mother and Child Divided
Halo 
 Fear Of A Blank Planet
My Ashes
Anesthetize
Sentimental
Way Out Of Here
Sleep Together
Set II
Lightbulb Sun
Open Car
Mellotron Scratch
Drown With Me
Blackest Eyes
Half Light
Sever
Even Less

Mother And Child Divided
Halo 
Ambient Intro
Fear of a Blank Planet
Lightbulb Sun
My Ashes
Anesthesize
Open Car
Gravity Eyelids
Drown with Me
Sentimental

Blackest Eyes
A Smart Kid
Sever
Way Out of Here
Sleep Together
Even Less
Mother and Child Divided
Halo
Humming
Numb
Cowboys
Wandering Star
Mysterons
Mourning Air
Half Day Closing
Over
Elysium

Only You
All Mine
Glory Box
Sour Times
encore break
Roads
Western Eyes
Strangers
Numb
Cowboys
Mysterons
Only You
Over
Elysium
Glory Box
Roads
Western Eyes
Strangers
Sour Times


Shine on Brightly
In The Wee Small Hours of Sixpence
Still There'll Be More
All This And More
Magdalene (My Regal Zonophone)
Quite Rightly So
Power Failure
Pilgrims Progress
Simple Sister
A Salty Dog
Repent Walpurgis
In The Autumn Of My Madness
Look To Your Soul
Grand Finale 
The VIP Room
Pandora's Box
A Robe of Silk
Grand Hotel
Wall Street Blues
The Blink of an Eye
Homburg
Robert's Box
Fellow Travelers
Shine On Brightly

Simple Sister
Shadow Boxed
Quite Rightly So
band intros
Weisselklenzenacht
The World Is Rich
Conversation
Beyond the Pale
An Old English Dream
Conquistador
A Salty Dog
Whiskey Train
A Whiter Shade of Pale
Repent Walpurgis (cut)

Gear: Sony DCR-HC17E (MiniDV Cam)
Tapes: Maxell DVM80SE & Panasonic DVM60 (SP Mode)

Location: 3 meters from the the stage, between the center and the left-hand side.

Software used: SoundForge 6 (for normalization) and mkw Audio Compression Tool 0.97 BETA 1

Disc 1: 49:15
01 Intro 3:08
02 Alt. More Worlds Than Known 7:28
03 Relics Of The Tempest 5:05
04 Totus Nemesis 5:37
05 Axolotl 5:45
06 Quantum Leapfrog 10:24
07 Words Of Honor 4:50
08 Occasion Of Your Honest Dreaming 6:58

Disc 2: 53:36
01 Heavenly Man 10:20
02 On The Eve Of The Great Decline 8:33
03 When The Rains Come 8:41
04 Skont 8:01
05 Death Of Mother Nature Suite 10:20
06 Belexes 7:41

Proto-Kaw's extraordinary story in a nutshell: 

In the early 70's, the band Kansas went through three transformations. The sound of the band changed along with the the group members. The band the world came to know as Kansas was actually the third version of the band. Proto-Kaw is the renamed, reformed second version.

Formed in 1971 and disbanding in 1973, "Kansas II" played mostly original material written by Kansas composer and guitarist Kerry Livgren. After Kansas II disbanded, the group went their separate ways with Kerry gaining notority with the famous Kansas and the others assuming normal lives working in education, sales and the media. Most did not speak with each other for 30 years and many did not play music during this span, until the resurrection of the band starting with the release of their original lo-fi rehearsal recordings on CD on the Cuneiform Records label, titled "Early recordings from Kansas 1971-1973". (Interesting to know is this was initiated when Kerry found out these rather poor quality recordings were circulating on the net around the year 2000. He then decided to remaster the songs and release them himself, but not whithout consulting the other band members and asking for their approval.) What makes this story truly unique however is that the former band members decided, after Kerry had initiated the first contact in thirty years, to record some brand new material along with a number of old compositions from the early seventies that never saw the light of day before, thus becoming their first and long overdue studio album titled "Before Became After" (2004). This highly acclaimed album further sparked their enthousiasm and "The Wait Of Glory" (2006) followed, being hailed as an even greater album.

And that's how Proto-Kaw really came about; due to the unauthorised circulation of some leaked recordings on the internet!

About this recording:

To promote their "The Wait Of Glory" album (and because Proto-Kaw were now on the German/American InsideOut label) they embarked on a short european tour, or "european invasion" like they called it themselves. The band played 5 shows in small club settings in 4 countries as a double headliner act with scottish proggers Pallas. After having to overcome some technical difficulties with the rented equipment during the first show in Bochum (Germany) the remainder of their shows turned out to be enormously successful, especially the ones in Verviers (Belgium) and Zoetermeer (The Netherlands), and Kerry (called "The Maestro" by those in the know, hence the title of this recording) surrounded by his resurrected old/new band was shining once again as the prog-legend he is. To capture and preserve this unique event some dedicated Kerry adepts were able to film the Zoetermeer gig up close to the stage without being caught. The audio part of those DV tapes is presented here in this release. Since the built-in camera's mics were used it may not be up to par with some of the more expensive audio rigs out there used by other tapers. But despite the recording being a little "hot", it came out excellent for a DV cam and captures the music and atmosphere of that evening in a very enjoyable way.

LEEUWGIE 2006 
Set I
Band On The Run*
What The Funk
Buquebus>
Give Me Some Truth**>
Slow Merge
Every Night*
Nobody Told Me**
Are You Experienced?
Happy Birthday
Set II
Ode To Matt^>
Tatanka>
Attraction To Shade Ditty
China Cat Sunflower>
Phaddy Boom Baddy
Mother**
Instant Karma**
8 Miles High>
Riders On The Storm^^>
8 Miles High>
Mrs. Vanderbilt*
Wild Pack Of Asscracks>
Drum Solo (+encore break)
ENCORE:
Beef Barley

Darol Anger ~ violin
Joe Craven ~ Percussion
Mike Marshall ~ Mandolin,Guitar
Todd Phillips ~ Bass
Tony Trischka ~ Banjo
(*Tim O'Brien ~ Mandolin, Vocals)

Source: SBD > fm > jvc hi-fi vhs > sony d7
Transfer: Tascam DA-20 > Sek’d Prodif Plus > Soundforge 5.0 (resampled 48 > 44.1) > Cdwav (tracking) > mkwaudio (SHN)

01. Intro by Dallas & Darol Anger
02. Bluegrass Breakdown
03. Little Jaco
04. Dysentery Stomp
05. The West Point Of The Eno
06. Wedges
07. Grant Wood
08. Descend From The Mountain
09. Andre, Check Out His New Shoes
10. Come Hither Goober
11. There Are No Overdubs In Heaven
12. Ride the Wild Brains
Encore
13. Hey Joe*
Poor Black Mattie
Long Haired Doney
Fireman Ring The Bell
Boogie Chillen
Shake 'Em On Down
Walkin Blues
Story Time
Whiskey & Women
Poor Boy
Goin' Down South
Jumper On The Line
Goin Away Baby
Dust My Broom
Let My Baby Ride
Hoochie Coochie Man
intro
Les Douzilles
Tramonto
Beppo
Witchi-Tai-To
A Breath Away
Saverio's Theme
Spirit Lake
Improvisation
Toledo
Janet

I Knew It Was You
Jamaica Stopover
I Fall in Love Too Easily
Nimbus
Silence of a Candle
Nardis
Joyful Departure
No Title
Green And Golden
Beppo
Tale Of Saverio
Jamaica Stopover
The Reluctant Bride
Veldt

SBD>???>CDR>EAC>FLAC6(w/sector align)
Lineage: SBD > ? > CD-R > EAC > WAV > FLAC

Solo show. Includes opening act (Amy Rigby) as disc 2 filler.

Disc 1 (71:52):
01. Confession
02. Easy Street
03. Next Best Western
04. Money For Floods
05. The Ballad Of Mary Magdalen
06. Arrowhead
07. Hideous Grin
08. Wisteria
09. Fishing
10. Lazy
11. You Stay Here

Disc 2 (73:58):
01. Reunion Hill
02. Sonora's Death Row
03. Are You Happy Now?
04. Transit
05. Sing Me Back Home
06. Summer Wind, Cotton Dress

Amy Rigby (opening act):
07. Beer and Kisses
08. Cynically Yours
09. Balls
10. Keep It To Yourself
11. The Summer Of My Wasted Youth
12. Rode Hard
13. Invisible
14. 20 Questions
15. Magicians
Set I
The Courier
Memory of You
The Kenworth Of My Dreams
Willin' (Lowell George)
The Next Best Western
A Summer Wind, A Cotton Dress
You Stay Here
Arrowhead
Wisteria
Nora
Fishing
Confession
Abuelita
Set II
The Ballad of Mary Magdalen
Are You Happy Now
Transit
Sing Me Back Home (Merle Haggard)

Summer Wind, Cotton Dress
Fenario
Che Guevara T-Shirt
Grey Green
Last Fare of the Day
Reunion Hill
Ballad of Mary Magdalene
Cold Missouri Waters
Are You Happy Now
Transit
Angels Rejoice
St. Delores

With Lucy Kaplansky & Tracy Grammer
FM Intro | Fenario
Waist Deep In The Big Muddy
Che Guevara T-Shirt
Cancion Sencilla
There Goes Mavis
Hazel's House
Next Best Western
Reunion Hill
A Summer Wind, A Cotton Dress
Wisteria
Waiting for the Storm
The Last Fare of the Day
America (Paul Simon)
Transit
So Says The Whipporwill
1. Transcendental Music Corporation
2. Swastika Girls
3. Wind on Wind
4. Wind on Land
5. Wind on Water
6. Wind on Lava
7. Wind on Fire
8. Evening Star
9. But Not for You

Soundscape
Yamanashi Blues
Melrose Avenue
Kan-non Power
Firescape
An Easy Way
Moving Force
Asturias
Walk.Don't Run
Chromatic Fantasy
Contrapunctus
Eye of the Needle
Blockhead
Hope
Urban Scape
Pipeline
Kan-non Power
 
Comment
"Kan-non Power" (IT Pluto PLR CD 9324)

Robert Fripp-guitar, frippertronics
Trey Gunn-grand stick
Bert Lams-acoustic guitar
Hideyo Moriya-acoustic guitar
Paul Richards-acoustic guitar, e bow guitar

Roy Buchanan's Last Show

01 Short Fuse
02 Country Boy
03 Jack the Ripper
04 Susie Q
05 Peter Gunn
06 Down By the River
07 Beer Drinking Woman
08 When a Guitar Plays the Blues
09 Honky Tonk
10 Good Golly Miss Molly
11 Green Onions
12 Hey Joe
13 Purple Haze
14 Messiah Theme
15 Sunshine of Your Love
16 Drowning On Dry Land

Roy Buchanan - guitar
Tommy Hambridge - drums
Carey Riegler - bass

This is Roy's last show. He died a week later. On the night of August 14, 1988 Roy was arrested for public intoxication and taken to the Fairfax County (Virginia) Adult Detention Center. Official accounts say that Roy hanged himself in his cell by his shirt. Some of his family and friends believe that the official account doesn't tell the whole story.
R.I.P.

Stage Announcements 0:30
Finding My Way 5:07
Best I Can 3:03
Need Some Love 3:24
In the End 6:19
Fancy Dancer 3:54
In the Mood 3:25
Bad Boy 5:41
Here Again 8:02
Working Man 9:13
Drum Solo 3:09
What You're Doing 4:33
Garden Road 3:07

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Finding My Way
Best I Can
What You're Doing
Fly By Night
Here Again
Anthem
Bad Boy
Working Man
Drum Solo
DISC 1
Opening
Anthem
A Passage to Bangkok
By-Tor and the Snow Dog/
Xanadu
Something for Nothing
The Trees
Cygnus X-1
Hemispheres/
Closer to the Heart

DISC 2
Circumstances
A Farewell to Kings
La Villa Strangiato
2112
Working Man/
Bastille Day/
In the Mood/
Drum Solo

http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1540
DISC 1
Introduction 0:39
Anthem 4:18
A Passage To Bangkok 4:10
By-Tor And The Snow Dog 5:22
Xanadu 12:25
Something for Nothing 4:38
The Trees 4:42
Cygnus X-1 10:32
Hemispheres 18:36
Closer to the Heart 3:28

DISC 2
Circumstances 4:26
A Farewell to Kings 5:40
La Villa Strangiato 10:20
2112 18:54
Working Man 2:26
Bastille Day 1:44
In the Mood 2:42
Drum Solo 5:12

http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=985
DISC 1
Anthem 4:30
A Passage To Bangkok 3:57
By-Tor And The Snow Dog 5:31
Xanadu 12:41
The Trees 5:12
Hemispheres 16:57

DISC 2
Closer to the Heart 4:02
A Farewell to Kings 5:36
La Villa Strangiato 10:36
2112 18:23

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DISC 1
Force Ten 3:57
Freewill 4:03
Distant Early Warning 4:22
Time Stand Still 6:18
Subdivisions 5:32
Marathon 6:44
Red Barchetta 6:57
Superconductor 5:18
Show Don't Tell 6:39
The Pass 5:05
Closer to the Heart 4:57

DISC 2
Manhattan Project 5:12
Xanadu 6:50
YYZ 3:17
Drum Solo 5:11
Scars 4:42
War Paint 5:54
Mission 5:40
Tom Sawyer 6:31
The Spirit of Radio 4:57
2112: Overture 3:21
La Villa Strangiato 4:51
In the Mood 2:13
Pipeline / Jazz Bass 0:48

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DISC 1
Intro/Dreamline 6:39
The Spirit of Radio 4:54
The Analog Kid 6:07
Cold Fire 4:29
Time Stand Still 5:39
Nobody's Hero 5:03
Roll The Bones 6:09
Animate 7:27
Stick It Out 5:15
Double Agent 5:26

DISC 2
Limelight 4:39
Mystic Rhythms 6:05
Closer to the Heart 5:35
Show Don't Tell 5:20
Leave That Thing Alone (intro) 1:14
Leave That Thing Alone 4:50
Drum Solo 7:29
The Trees 5:18
Xanadu 10:29
Hemispheres: Prelude 0:22
Tom Sawyer 5:20
Force Ten 4:39
YYZ 5:04
Bravado 6:55

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DISC 1
Stick It Out
Double Agent
Limelight
Bravado
Mystic Rhythms
Closer To The Heart
Show Don't Tell

DISC 2
Film Intro
Leave That Thing Alone
Drum Solo
The Trees
Xanadu
Hemispheres: Prelude
Tom Sawyer / YYZ
Cygnus X-1
DISC 1
Thus Spake Zarathustra 1:48
Dreamline 5:05
Limelight 4:26
Stick It Out 4:58
Driven 5:19
Half The World 3:54
Red Barchetta 6:54
Animate 6:55
Limbo 5:24
The Trees 5:35
Virtuality 6:25
Nobody's Hero 5:04
Closer to the Heart 5:30

DISC 2
2112 21:22
Test for Echo 7:11
Freewill 5:37
Red Sector A 5:16
Roll the Bones 6:06

DISC 3
Resist 5:02
Leave That Thing Alone 4:48
The Rhythm Method 8:44
Natural Science 8:08
Force Ten 4:42
The Spirit of Radio 4:55
Tom Sawyer 6:20
YYZ 4:22
Cygnus X-1 0:47

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Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 71202-4
Source: Audience (DAT Clone)

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DISC 1:

01 - Three Stooges Intro 0:55
02 - Tom Sawyer 4:54
03 - Distant Early Warning 4:55
04 - New World Man 4:01
05 - Roll The Bones 6:46
06 - Earthshine 5:35
07 - YYZ 4:59
08 - The Pass 4:58
09 - Bravado 6:08
10 - The Big Money 6:28
11 - Between Sun And Moon 4:40
12 - Vital Signs 4:59
13 - Natural Science 8:33
14 - One Little Victory Intro 1:20
15 - One Little Victory 5:31
16 - Driven 5:14

DISC 2:

01 - Ghost Rider 5:52
02 - Secret Touch 6:54
03 - Dreamline 5:12
04 - Red Sector A 5:20
05 - Leave That Thing Alone 4:52
06 - The Rhythm Method 8:26
07 - Resist 3:59
08 - 2112 Overture / Temples of Syrinx 6:51
09 - Limelight 4:30
10 - La Villa Strangiato 8:44
11 - The Spirit of Radio 6:07
12 - Bytor And The Snow Dog 4:32
13 - Cygnus X-1 3:11
14 - Working Man 5:14
Disc 1:

Three Stooges :55
Tom Sawyer 4:43
Distant Early Warning 4:52
New World Man 4:03
Roll The Bones 6:52
Earthshine 5:37
YYZ 4:47
The Pass 5:03
Bravado 6:07
The Big Money 6:12
Between Sun & Moon 4:51
Vital Signs 4:52
Natural Science 8:35
One Little Victory 7:03
Driven 5:10

Disc 2:

Ghost Rider 5:51
Secret Touch 6:59
Dreamline 5:16
Red Sector A 5:16
Leave That Thing Alone 4:56
Drum Solo 7:39
Resist 4:32
2112: Overture/Temples of Syrinx 6:50
Limelight 4:31
La Villa Strangiato 8:50
The Spirit of Radio 5:47
Bytor and the Snow Dog 4:37
Cygnus X-1 3:13
Working Man 5:30


Taper's Notes:

Equipment: (2) Audio Technica 933 cardioid mics > 
(2) Audio Technica 8532 power modules > 
Sony PCM-M1 DAT recorder

Location: Section RIGHT, row D, 4th row in front of Geddy.

This was a great show, and the last show before my break from August 
to October for seeing Rush in 2002. After the tremedously long drive to the 
8/1 show the day before (from FL no less!), this was a bit more relaxing 
for me. It was also great to witness this show with 2 of the 3 at Sirius Records!  

As for the sound quality on the show recording, all I can say is WOWZERS!!!!! 
It blew me away the first time I heard it and still blows me away after hearing 
it many times!

The title is a bit of a joke on my LONG roadtrip. Just a day before this show 
I was hauling a$$ right by this same place, I actually stopped off the same 
exit to get gas on 8/1 as my hotel would be on 8/2! After driving through 
Maryland Heights on 8/1, driving all the way across MO into Kansas, then 
the next morning driving all the way BACK again it seemed like "the time is now again" 
all over again.  

Of course, even after all the driving for this trip, it was well worth it for me 
to get this recording. I'd like to thank Joe at Sirius for mastering this show 
from my DAT and both him and Curtis for being at the show to see it with me. 
And thanks once again to Sirius Records for releasing it. Enjoy!  
DISC 1
Intro 2:40
Finding My Way 1:06
Anthem 1:35
Bastille Day 0:46
A Passage to Bangkok 1:09
Cygnus X-1 1:11
Hemispheres Prelude 0:42
The Spirit of Radio 5:00
Force Ten 4:47
Animate 5:54
Subdivisions 6:22
Earthshine 6:00
Red Barchetta 6:54
Roll the Bones 6:07
Bravado 6:11
YYZ 4:46
The Trees 5:45
The Seeker 3:46
One Little Victory 6:32

DISC 2
Intro 4:41
Tom Sawyer 5:00
Dreamline 5:01
Secret Touch 7:25
Between the Wheels 6:01
Mystic Rhythms 5:21
Red Sector A 5:09
Drum Solo 8:29

DISC 3
Resist 4:20
Heart Full of Soul 2:48
2112 Overture/The Temples Of Syrinx/Grand Finale 8:06
La Villa Strangiato 9:33
By-Tor and the Snow Dog 4:27
Xanadu 6:56
Working Man 6:43
Summertime Blues 3:46
Crossroads 3:12
Limelight 4:35
Outro 1:41

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Art Force
New Electric India
Improv
Cubic Space Division
Rainbow At The Edge Of Time
Tibet > Karmapa Chenno (Don Cherry Medley)
The Shape Of A Word / Band Intros
Anthem To An Interstellar Cloud
Watercourse Way
Brown Rice
Lord Buddha's Hammer
Head On Fire 
1. Tape intro
2. Shadowdance -> Vajra
3. Watercourse Way
4. Ariki (Hummingbird Spirit)
5. Shaman Song
6. The Big Song
7. Above The Wailing Wall
8. Snowline
9. A Thousand Teardrops
10. New Electric India
11. Brown Rice
12. Blues Jam

Chuck Greenberg - Woodwinds, Lyricon
G. E. Stinson - Guitar
Phil Maggini - Bass
David Lewis - Keyboards
Stuart Nevitt - Drums
Steve Kindler - Violin
1. Tape intro / Shadowdance ->
2. Vajra
3. Watercourse Way
4. Ariki (Hummingbird Spirit)
5. Shaman Song
6. The Big Song
7. Above The Wailing Wall
8. Snowline 
9. A Thousand Teardrops
10. Band Intros
11. Word From The Village
12. New Electric India
13. Brown Rice
14. Blues Jam

Chuck Greenberg - Woodwinds, Lyricon
G. E. Stinson - Guitar
Phil Maggini - Bass
David Lewis - Keyboards
Stuart Nevitt - Drums
Steve Kindler - Violin
Introduction
Glósóli
Ny Batteri
Svefn-g-Englar
Sæglópur
Sé Lest
Miláno

Gong
Andvari
Vaka
Vidrar vel til Loftárása
Hafssól
Popplagid
Intro
Glósóli
Ný Batterí
Svefn-G-Englar
Sæglópur
Vaka (Untitled #1)
Njósnavélin (Untitled #4)
Hoppípolla
Með Blóðnasir
Viðrar Vel Til Loftárása

Hafssól
Smáskífa
Popplagið (Untitled #8)

shh . . . listen
booting the system
Capricorn Records (CR2045)

SBD > boot > ? > SHN


March 10, 1974, University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA
01 Do It Again
02 Rikki Don't Lose That Number
03 Any Major Dude Will Tell You
04 King Of The World 
05 Barrytown
06 My Old School
07 Pretzel Logic 

March 9, 1974, Sopwith Camel, Glendale, CA, or unknown venue, San Diego, CA
08 Do It Again
09 Rikki Don't Lose That Number
10 Any Major Dude Will Tell You
11 King Of The World 
12 My Old School
13 Bodhisattva
14 The Boston Rag 


The band:
Jeff Baxter: guitar
Walter Becker: bass
Denny Dias: guitar
Donald Fagen: piano, vocals
Jim Hodder: drums
Royce Jones: vocals
Michael McDonald: vocals
Jeff Porcaro: drums


This was posted on STG in November 2003.  These are the same SHN files that were seeded then.

The location of the March 9 tracks is uncertain.  The artwork says San Diego, but everyone knows
how unreliable bootleg artwork can be.  Steely Dan websites list them playing in Glendale and/or 
San Diego on that date.

http://www.andymetzger.com/album/tour74.htm says:

3/9 Glendale, CA (Sopwith Camel)
3/9 San Diego, CA


http://www.broberg.pp.se/sd_metalleg.htm says:

Sopwith Camel, Glendale, CA. or 
San Diego, CA. March 9, 1974

http://212.238.227.178:8080/SteelyDanDatabase/releaseinfo.jsp?id=113#top says:

Venue: Sopwith Camel
City: Glendale
State: California
Date: March 9, 1974
It's A Sin To Tell A Lie
Banana Republics
Turnpike Tom
Old Smoothies
Daley's Gone
The I Don't Know Where I'm Going But I'm Going Nowhere In A Hurry Blues
Mind Your Own Business
The Vegetable Song (The Barnyard Dance)
Video Tape
Two Lovers
Can't Go Back
One Bite Of The Apple
Men Who Love Women Who Love Men
Little Mouse (Melvina Reynolds)
Is It True What They Say About Dixie?
Spoon River
Death Of A Salesman
Lincoln Park Pirates
City Of New Orleans
Old Fashioned (missing)

The Air-Conditioned Nightmare
Jacuzzi
Funny Feeling
Ace of Wands
Picture Postcard
The Steppes
Everyday
The Red Flower of Tachai/Tigermoth
Horizons
Kim
Overnight Sleeper

Slogans
A Tower Struck Down
Spectral Mornings
Land of a Thousand Autumns/Please Don't Touch
Band Intro
The Show
Clocks
Set 1 

01. "Valley Of The Kings"
02. "Mechanical Bride"
03. "Circus Of Becoming"
04. "Frozen Statues" (inst.)
05. "Slogans"
06. "Serpentine Song"
07. "Ace Of Wands"
08. "Hammer In The Sand" (keyboard solo)
09. "Acoustic Medley" (incl. "Classical Gas" and "Horizons")
10. "Second Chance"
11. "Blood On The Rooftops"
Set 2 

12. "Fly On A Windshield"/"The Broadway Melody Of 1974"
13. "Please Don't Touch"/"Voice Of Necam"
14. "Firth Of Fifth" (inst.)
15. "A Dark Night In Toy Town"
16. "Darktown"
17. "Brand New"
18. "Air Conditioned Nightmare"
19. "Every Day"
20. "Clocks"
Encores:
21. "Spectral Mornings"
22. "Los Endos"
 CD1:
1. Luck Of The Draw 0:55
2. Bareback 3:28
3. Dorothy 3:26
4. Meadow Rag 2:49
5. Misty 1:48
6. Sweet Thunder 3:17
7. Windy And Warm 3:23
8. Glory Of Love 2:06
9. Cactus Boogie 2:40
10. Country Mix 4:10
11. Second Initial 4:34
12. Masquerade 2:27
13. Diary Of A Man Who Disappeared 3:39
14. Look Over Your Shoulder 3:55
15. Sketches In The Sun 4:56

CD2:
1. Mood For A Day 4:46
2. Corkscrew 4:30
3. Beginnings 5:01
4. Heritage 3:32
5. Georgia's Theme 3:01
6. Galliard 1:18
7. Classical Gas 3:44
8. Vultures In The City 5:17
9. Running The Human Race 4:45
10. Soon 8:03
11. Ram 2:23
12. Valley Of Rocks 3:28
13. Clap 4:14
14. Siberian Khatru 5:58
15. Blinded By Science 4:37
16. Surface Tension 5:49
Master: DSM6S > Panasonic PVGS120 miniDV camcorder
Transfer: MiniDV > FireWire > iMovie > 16-bit stereo, 48kHz audio extraction > Sound Converter (aiff to wav) > CDWave (track splits only) > xACT > FLAC (level 8)
Taping location: Directly behind soundboard
Taper: TT

Kohno Spanish classical guitar:

d1t01 Surface Tension
d1t02 The Ancient excerpt
d1t03 Little Galliard
d1t04 Corkscrew
d1t05 Classical Gas
d1t06 J's Theme
d1t07 Vivaldi Concerto In D (Second Movement)
d1t08 Mood For A Day

Scharpach custom 12-string:

d1t09 Vivaldi Four Seasons (Winter)
d1t10 Masquerade
d1t11 And You And I intro/Turn Of The Century outro
d1t12 Sketches In The Sun

Portuguese 12-string:

d1t13 Nine Voices

Martin 6-string steel cutaway:

d2t01 In The Course Of The Day
d2t02 To Be Over
d2t03 Ram
d2t04 Goin' Down That Road (?)
d2t05 Intersection Blues
d2t06 Second Initial

Line 6 Variax electric:

d2t07 A Drop In The Ocean
d2t08 Chet Atkins piece
d2t09 Whispering/Dorothy/Meadow Rag

Fender lap steel:

d2t10 Soon
d2t11 Your Move

Martin 6-string steel cutaway:

d2t12 Clap
The Desert Music

Ulster Orchestra, Thierry Fischer cond.
BBC3 broadcast
Even Less
A Smart Kid
How Is Your Life Today?
Moment I Lost
Trains
The Day Before You Came

This was a special one-off concert to tie-in with the international release of the Blackfield album. Blackfield played for around an hour and Steven Wilson played a short solo set. Special guests for the show were Anathema, who performed an unplugged set for the occasion.

Sony ECM717 Clip-On Mic > Sony MZR90 MD > CDR > EAC (Secure Mode, Offsets Corrected) > FLAC (Level 8, Sector Boundaries Aligned)
Sam Bush - Mandolin
Jerry Douglas - Dobro
Bela Fleck - Banjo
Edgar Meyer - Bass
Mark O'Connor - Violin

Lineage: DSBD>PC .WAV Files> CDR>WAV>FLAC

Set 1:
1-Another Morning
2-Unfolding
3-Future Man
4-Pink Flamingos
5-Duke Cookie
6-One Winter's Night
7-Limerock
8-'Round About Midnight
9-Sailin' Shoes
10-Macedonia

Set 2:
1-Lochs of Dred
2-No Apologies
3-Slopes
4-Blue Men of the Sahara
5-Emphysema Two Step
6-Plasma

Source: MBHO 603's > DMic20 > DA-P1(@48) - Tapers section on the floor(DFC 3 Ft behind SBD).
Transfer: Dat Master > PCM-R300 > Digital Optical > Waveterminal U2A > Sound Forge 4.5 > CDWAV > mkwACT 0.97 > .shn
Recorded By: Matt Varady
Transferer: Brian Hormann(grout@gotglitter.com)

Disc 1
 Set 1: 
01. Stayin' Alive > 
02. Vacate
03. Breathe
04. Best Feeling > 
05. Fuel for the Road
06. Night Fever # > 
07. Alligator Alley
08. Franklin's Tower
09. Freeker by the Speaker > 
10. You Should Be Dancing 

Disc 2
 Set 2: 
01. Rhythm of the Road 
02. Black Clouds 
03. Up the Canyon
04. Galactic

Disc 3
01. Little Hands > 
02. Rollover* > 
03. Time Warp $

 Set 3: 
04. Land's End > 
05. "Countdown Ballon Drop" >
06. Miss Brown's Teahouse +
07. "Group Hoot" and Banter

Disc 4
01. Mouna Bowa
02. Shantytown* > 
03. Time > 
04. Breathe > Jam > 
05. Dudley's Kitchen
06. Dirk 
07. Crowd & Banter
Encore: 
08. Desert Dawn
09. Space Oddity > 
10. Restless Wind 

 
Notes: 
Entire first set with Keller Williams
# Keller Williams solo
$ with Keller Williams and Liza Oxnard on vocals 
* unfinished
+ Poping sounds are from Ballons.

First Time Played: Stayin' Alive (Bee Gees cover), You Should Be Dancing (Bee Gees cover), Time Warp (Richard O'Brien cover from the Rocky Horror Picture Show), Time (Pink Floyd cover), Breathe (Pink Floyd cover, first verse only), Space Oddity (David Bowie cover)
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Source: BBC FM broadcast > CD-R recorder (Pioneer 609)
Editing: Fade in / out and -2dB Nero noise reduction
Transfer >wav (Nero 7 with jitter reduction) > Flac Frontend (level 6)> flac
Quality: A Recording, FM hiss is audible in quiet passages

This was a broadcast by BBC Jazz on 3 from the Purcell Room, London. Little detail
is available, but it is a great early performance by this enigmatic group, one
continuous set in which I placed 4 episodic track markers, but these may have no
relation to actual titles.

Searching the web for set lists was fruitless, only a date entry in db.etree, but
other trade lists give this an A+

The night was particularly noisy one for FM hiss, which is audible in quiet passages,
so I broke my golden rule and applied just -2dB of Nero noise reduction, enough to
take the edge off the noise, but not affect sonics to any great extent so ... Enjoy! 

Ståle Storløkken - Keyboards 
Arve Henriksen - Trumpeter, electronics
Helge Sten - audio virus
Jarle Vespestad - drums, electronics

1 - 13:35
2 - 19:30
3 - 10:27
4 - 17:21

Total time = 60:53min

Notes:
--------
1. Date from Museum of Recordings and db.etree.org, BBC database not available
Disc #1 46:21
1. 4:43 Crazy
2. 5:47 Ain't Nobody But Me
3. 2:40 Breakfast In America
4. 5:59 Bloody Well Right
5. 4:05 It's Raining Again
6. 4:39 Put On Your Old Brown Shoes
7. 6:47 Hide In Your Shell
8. 7:30 Waiting So Long
9. 4:11 Give A Little Bit

Disc #2  51:25
1. 7:08 From Now On
2. 3:44 The Logical Song
3. 6:10 Goodbye Stranger
4. 3:31 Dreamer
5. 7:10 Rudy
6. 11:12 Fool's Overture
7. 5:27 School
8. 7:03 Crime Of The Century
Talk Talk, Dum Dum Girl, Life's What You Make It, Mirror Man -> Does Caroline Know, Chameleon Day -> Living In Another World, It's You (Give It Up), It's My Life. Encores: I Don't Believe in You, Such A Shame. 

Notes from the source files:
Mark Hollis: Vocals
Paul Webb: Bass & Vocals
Lee Harris: Drums
David Rhodes: Guitar & Vocals
Danny Cunmmings: Percussion
Phil Reis: Percussion
Ian Curnow: Keyboards
Rupert Black: Piano
Mark Feltham: Harmonica

This is not the official release from the same venue and tour, it has different tracks,
and I also have compared the tracks which are duplicated, they are definitely different versions.
It does not appear to be the same as the other Hammersmith 1986 show either, which I torrented a couple of months ago.

I have seen two dates listed as Hammersmith 1986 shows, but have no more information on if they did more performances,
or which ones were recorded, broadcast, or formed the official release.

Lineage:
FM broadcast > cassette tape > CDR > trade x? > EAC used to extract the .wav files > Soundforge (tracks 1 & 8 only)

When this was transferred to CD the record levels were slightly too high, so the peaks do clip a little,
but not so that the recoding is marred by this. The definition in the levels suggests that the original tape
recording was done with the record levels set correctly.

I have done some repair work to track 8 which had a tape flip in the end section. A couple of bars from the other
Hammersmith 1986 recording I have are spliced in. When the recording started again, it was initially in one track
only, and the levels started to distort for a second, then another gap.

I have kept all of the original recording, and done my best to equal out the levels and sound. It sounds as though
the tape may have been a bit worn at the start.

The source was so distorted, or changed in sound quality so much that a clean, unnoticeable patch could not be achieved,
but since this was in the harmonica solo, I wanted to keep as much of the performance true to that nights performance,
rather than dub in a clean section, but with a different performance.

I have also included the unedited version of this track, in case you wish to use that instead.

I have tidied out a short half word from the start of track 1, ' ...alk', and added a short fade in.
01 Take me to the river
02 tuning
03 No Compassion
04 tuning
05 Happy Day
06 I Feel it in My Head
07 Tentative Decisions
08 tuning
09 The Book I Read
10 tuning
11 Who Is It
12 tuning
13 Uh-oh, Love Comes to Town
14 tuning
15 Buildings on Fire
encore
16 Psycho killer

Source:UHER CR134 w/AKG A200D microphone -> master cassette -> 
cdrw - EAC -> HD -> cooleditpro -> FLAC
(Known as "The Grape" tape, after the original taper...)
01. Artists Only 
02. Stay Hungry 
03. Cities 
04. Paper 
05. Mind 
06. Heaven 
07. Electric Guitar 
08. Air
09. New Feeling 
10. Love Goes to a Building on Fire 
11. Found a Job > 
12. Psycho Killer
13. crowd noise 
14. Life During Wartime
15. Take Me to the River

SBD problems towards the end of Artists Only. Show is complete, as far as I know.

Original extraction 04/20/2003. Archive disc recompressed to flac 2006-03-02.
1-5. Symphony No. 2, "The New Era", Op. 11, 1977 (50:35)
Recorded in Grieghallen, Bergen, Norway, 08/25/1978 
Filharmonisk Selskaps Orkester , Per Dreyer (cond.) Terje Rypdal (guit.), 
Palle Mikkelborg (tr.), Sveinung Hovensj¯ (bass), HÂkon Graf (keyboards), 
Jon Christensen (dr.)

6. Eternal Circulation, Op. 1, 1970 (20:53) 
Recorded in Urfremført i Universitetets Aula, Oslo, Norway, 05/28/1971 
Filharmonisk Selskaps Orkester, UNM-koret og Kringkastingsorkesteret, 
Dorothy Dorow, soprano, Marius Constant, cond. Arnulf Hegstad cond., choire,
plus Jan Garbarek Quartet

Traders notes:
I received this set in a trade awhile back. I have no source or lineage for any of
the performances, although I would assume that most everything is FM sourced.
It all sounds good, but there are minor flaws scattered throughout.

For the complete Opus list of Terje Rypdal, see this great page:
http://www.jeffgower.com/rypdal/opus.html
1. In Autumn, Op. 15, 1979 (32:34) 
Recorded in Bergenz, Østerrike (Austria) 01/24/1981
Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Herbert Weissberg, cond., Terje Rypdal (guitar), Palle Mikkelborg, (trumpet).

2-5. Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 14, 1979 (31:53) 
Recorded in Oslo Konserthus, 04/09/1980 (Bækkelunds 50th ann.)
Filharmonisk Selskaps Orkester, Karsten Andersen, cond. Kjell Bækkelund and Kjell Ingebretsen, grand piano, electric piano
1-2. Il CanzoniŠre, (The Songbook), op. 71, Music to poems by Francesco Petrarca, 1998 (17:57). 
Recorded in Universitetets Aula, Oslo, Norway, 10/16/1999
Grex Vocalis, Carl Hogseth, cond. Christian Kjos, piano, Rune Klakegg, synth, Vemund
Bergland, rotales. 

3-4. Symphony no. 4, Op. 35, 1986 (30:55)
Recorded 11/09/1987 (location unknown)
Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester, dir ; Christian Eggen.

5-7. A.B.C., Op. 22, 1981 (13.19). 
1. Adventure (03:02), 2. Bedtime Story (03:21), 3. Celebration (06:55). 
Recorded 04/14/1985 (location unknown)
Jostein Stalheim, accordion, Kringkastingsorkesteret, Sverre Bruland, cond.

8. Christmas Music for Strings (Julemusikk), Op. 13, 1978 (11:31). 
Recorded 10/25/1979 (location unknown)
Kringkastingsorkesteret, dir; Sverre Bruland
Signed Sealed Delivered, Texas Fireball, Take The World By Storm, House Of Wu, Red Sneakers, 50:1, Bloodhound, Jazz 88, Ridin' High*, This Could Be The Last Time*, Puerto Rico, 1/2 Past One, I Love it When You Drink Tequila, S.O.S. > Kashmir > Another Brick In The Wall > S.O.S., Funky Bug, Red Sky > Al jam > Red Sky, We're Not Gonna Take It
Set 2 

ENCORE:
Keys > Shine On You Crazy Diamond > Us & Them > Comfortably Numb 
No Wow!
Black Rooster
Cat Claw
Dead Road 7
Hate the way U love
Hate the way U love, part 2
Good Ones
Kissy Kissy
Deserter
Fried My Little Brains
Dropout Boogie (Captain Beefheart cover)
High Hopes
Breathe
Time
Welcome To The Machine
Mother
Pigs On The Wing (Part 1)
Pigs (Three Different Ones)
Fat Old Sun
In The Flesh
The Thin Ice
Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1)
The Happiest Days Of Our Lives
Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)
Shine On You Crazy Diamond
Us And Them
Fletcher Memorial Home
Young Lust
Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
Wish You Were Here
Money
Brain Damage
Eclipse
Seamus
Comfortably Numb
Sitting at the Wheel
Gemini Dream
Tuesday Afternoon
The Voice
Going Nowhere
Steppin' in a Slide Zone
The Story in Your Eyes
Hole in the World
Under My Feet
Painted Smile
Reflective Smile
Veteren Cosmic Rocker
Driftwood

Talking Out of Turn
Running Water
Gypsy
Isn't Life Strange?
Blue World
I'm Just a Singer in a Rock and Roll Band
Nights in White Satin
Legend of a Mind
Question
Ride My See-Saw

Trade history:
RnRLive: offered 2007-08-04
Gemini Dream
The Voice
Rock ’n’ Roll Over You
Tuesday Afternoon
Your Wildest Dreams
The Story in Your Eyes
The Other Side of Life
Isn’t Life Strange
Veteran Cosmic Rocker
I’m Just a Singer
Question
Nights in White Satin
Can't Stand Losing You
So Lonely
Fall Out
Hole In My Life (w/ Fixing A Hole)
Truth Hits Everybody
Message In A Bottle*
Peanuts
Roxanne
Next To You

Encore:
Can't Stand Losing You >
Day-o (banana Boat Song)
Can't Stand Losing You
Truth Hits Everybody
So Lonely
Fall Out
Born In The 50's
Hole In My Life
Be My Girl-Sally
Peanuts
Roxanne
Landlord
Next To You
Next To You
So Lonely
Truth Hits Everybody
Walking On The Moon
Hole In My Life
Deathwish
Fall Out
Bring On The Night
Visions Of The Night
The Bed's Too Big Without You
Message In A Bottle
Peanuts
Roxanne
Landlord
Born In The 50's
Be My Girl>
Next To You (reprise)
The Thing > Baby Talk > Old Eyes > Awake Nu
Encore

Swedish saxophonist Mats Gustafsson fronts the high octane scandinavian trio The
Thing. Gustafsson has been at the forefront of the recent resurgence of Scandinavian
contemporary jazz, and has worked extensively in Chicago with American reed master
Joe McPhee and progressive European saxophone legend Peter Brötzmann. Mats is
supported by the great Norwegian rhythm section of Paal Nissen-Love on drums and
Ingerbrigt Håker-Flaten bass.
Aint' No Words for the Things I'm Feeling
The Girl in the Swing
Universal Hall
This Light Is for the World
Peace of Iona
Strange Boat
Medicine Bow
Be My Enemy
Glastonbury Song
Fisherman's Blues
The Whole of the Moon

1. Without God
2. Call Him By His Name
3. Joyful Sounds
4. I Shall Not Be Moved
5. NYC Freaks
6. Blood on that Rock
7. Waiting for My Wings
8. I'll Fly Away
Key to Her Ferrari
One of Our Submarines
Pulp Culture
Europa and the Pirate Twins
My Brain Is Like a Sieve
I Scare Myself
Hot Sauce
May the Cube Be with You
Airhead
Hyperactive!
She Blinded Me with Science
Wind Power
Source: BBC DAB (192khz) broadcast > HD recorder (Yamaha CDR-HD1300)> AMQR CD-R80
Editing: None other than Fade in / out before writing to CD-R
Transfer >wav (Nero 7 with jitter reduction) > Flac Frontend (level 6)> flac
Quality: Digital all the way to you, so EX+

1 [10:49] Uncle (Tim Berne)
2 [12:03] Histoire (Marc Ducret)
3 [10:58] Cause & Reflect (Tim Berne)
4 [10:53] L'Ombra Di Verdi (Marc Ducret)

Can't Complain
D.B. Cooper
Betty Was Black(Willie Was White)
You Think You Know Somebody
Statistician's Blues
Forty-Five Miles
Long Year
Anywhere
Vinyl Records
Broke
Crooked Piece Of Time*
Moondawgs Tavern
Beer Run
Around and Around
Jammin' Me
Runnin' Down a Dream
Time Is On My Side
Call Me the Breeze
Cabin Down Below
Diddy Wah Diddy
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue
Listen to Her Heart
I Won't Back Down
The Date I Had
I Found My Baby
Serves You Right to Suffer
Boogie Chillin'

It's Good to Be King
Green Onions
You Are My Sunshine
Ain't No Sunshine
On the Street
I Want You Back Again
Little Maggie
Walls
Angel Dream
Guitar Boogie Shuffle
Even the Losers
American Girl
You Really Got Me
County Farm

You Wreck Me
Shakin' All Over
Mary Jane's Last Dance
You Don't Know How It Feels
I Got a Woman
Free Fallin'
Gloria
Bye Bye Johnny
Satisfaction
Louie Louie
It's All Over Now
Alright for Now
Intro by Martin Mull
Warm Beer & Cold Women
Eggs & Sausage
Emotional Weather Report
Better Off Without a Wife
Standin' On The Corner
I Never Talk To Strangers
Pasties And A G-String
Invitation To The Blues/Eggs And Sausage
Depot, Depot
Jitterbug Boy
Step Right Up
I Wish I Was In New Orleans/Small Change
The Piano Has Been Drinking
Emotional Weather Report
Muriel
Medley: Jack & Neal/California, Here I Come
Tom Traubert's Blues
 
Comment
Tom Waits: vocals, piano, guitar
Frank Vicari: tenor sax
Danny "Dwight" Mann: bass
Chip White: drums, vibes, percussion
Disc 1 and Disc 2, tracks 1 to 7, recorded on July 14, 1999.
Disc 2, tracks 8 to 13, recorded on July 13, 1999.

Lucky Day Overture And Fragments From Step Right Up
Black Rider
Jockey Full Of Bourbon
Jesus Gonna Be Here
Get Behind The Mule
Walk Away
Chocolate Jesus
Hold On
Eyeball Kid
What's He Building
A Little Rain
Invitation To The Blues
Hang Down Your Head
Tango Till They're Sore
Innocent When You Dream
Sixteen Shells From A Thirty Ought Six
Shore Leave
Pony
Filipino Box Spring Hog
Come On Up To The House
House Where Nobody Lives
Singapore
The Heart Of Saturday Night
Goin' Out West
I Can't Wait To Get Off Work
Picture In A Frame
Who Are You
Heart Attack And Vine
Time

Trade history:
2007-08-09: Offered on vinelist
Opening Comments
Little Thing
Song for Sarah
Euforilia
Conversation with Stephen Graham
Knife in the Water - album track
Conversation with Stephen Graham
Ballad for Berndt - album track
Elegant Piece
Troiki
Die wesheit part 1
Die wesheit part 2
Source: Oktava MC012(cards, XY90)> Sonosax> ModSBM1> D8@ 32 (oops ...)
Transfer: DAP1>u2a>SF4.5(upsample to 44.1, level 4of4)>cdwav>>mkwACT.97>flac
Taped, tracked, flac'd by Smark
Transfer by: ericB

Disc 1
01 - Sleepless
02 - Pieces of the Sun
03 - Geronimo
04 - crowd, banter (Bill the drunk ...)
05 - Ooze
06 - Peter Gunn

Disc 2
01 - Ever The Sun Will Rise
02 - banter
03 - Tequila
04 - banter
05 - Phobos
06 - Give Peace a Chance
07 - Back In NYC
08 - banter
09 - Utopia
10 - crowd (fade out/in)
Encores:
11 - Black Dog
12 - Elephant Talk

Tony Levin: Bass, Stick, vocals
Larry Fast: Synth
Jesse Gress: Guitar
Jerry Marotta: Drums, vocals, guitar
01
Intro
TNT
Tin Cans & Twine
In Sarah, Mencken, Christ and Beethoven There Were Women and Men
Intro
Untitled
I Set My Face
Ten-Day Interval
Untitled
Swung from the Gutters
La Jetee
Source: Aud->?->CDR->EAC(secure)->WAV->FLAC(5)

01.Sozzle
02.Kuma
03.Gate of Dreams
04.Sirrah
05.Arrakis
06.Hardwinds Redux
07.Rune Song: The Origin of Water
08.The Glove/Tehlekei
09.The Joy of Molybdenum
10.Dziban
11.Kaffaljidhma
U2
Gloria
Another Time, Another Place
I Threw a Brick Through a Window
A Day without Me
An Cat Dubh
Into the Heart
Rejoice
The Electric Co.
I Fall Down
October
Tomorrow
I Will Follow
Twilight
Out of Control
Fire
11 O'Clock Tick Tock/Give Peace a Chance
The Ocean
Where the Streets Have No Name
I Will Follow
Trip Through Your Wires
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
Gloria
MLK
The Unforgettable Fire
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Exit
In God's Country
Helter Skelter
Help!

BAD
October
New Year's Day
Pride (In the Name of Love)
Star Spangled Banner
Bullet the Blue Sky
Running to Stand Still
Silver and Gold
Spanish Eyes
With or Without You
40
Set I
Zoo Station, The Fly, Even Better Than The Real Thing, Mysterious Ways, One-> Unchained Melody, Until The End Of The World, Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses, Trying To Throw Your Arms Around The World, Angel Of Harlem-> Dancing Queen, Satellite Of Love, Bad-> All I Want Is You-> Bullet The Blue Sky, Running To Stand Still, Where The Streets Have No Name, Pride (In The Name Of Love), I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For-> Stand By Me
Set II
E: Desire, With Or Without You, Love Is Blindness
Mofo
I Will Follow
Gone
Even Better Than The Real Thing
Last Night On Earth
Until The End Of The World
New Year's Day
Pride (In The Name Of Love)
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
All I Want Is You
Staring At The Sun, Desire
Dancing Queen
Miami
Bullet The Blue Sky
Please
Where The Streets Have No Name

Discotheque
If You Wear That Velvet Dress
With Or Without You
Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me
Mysterious Ways
One-> MLK
CD1 (1:11:34)
1. Pop Muzik
2. Mofo
3. I Will Follow
4. Gone
5. Even Better Than The Real Thing
6. Last Night On Earth
7. Until The End Of The World
8. New Year's Day
9. Pride (in The Name Of Love)
10. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
11. All I Want Is You
12. Staring At The Sun
13. Sunday Bloody Sunday
14. Miami / Bullet The Blue Sky

CD2 (0:55:47)
1. Please
2. Where The Streets Have No Name
3. Lemon (perfecto Mix)
4. Discothèque / Funkytown
5. If You Wear That Velvet Dress
6. With Or Without You
7. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
8. Mysterious Ways
9. One
10. Wake Up Dead Man
Set: Elevation/Birthday, Beautiful Day, Until The End Of The World, New Year's Day, Stuck In A Moment, Kite, Gone, New York, I Will Follow, Sunday Bloody Sunday/Get Up Stand Up, In A Little While, Desire, Stay, Bad, Where The Streets Have No Name, Mysterious Ways, The Fly, Bullet The Blue Sky, With Or Without You, Pride, One/Wake Up Dead Man, Walk On

Comments:
Before the show, Paul McGuinness confirms the rumour that the Elevation Tour will return to the US in the autumn, and that it will be an arena tour. Meanwhile in the Netherlands, an extra 45,000 tickets which are put on sale due to a change of venue sell out the same day.

The Edge wears a Chicago Bears T-shirt. Though his birthday was two days ago, Bono again includes some lines from Birthday into Elevation.

After New Year's Day, Bono elaborates on how PopMart was received in Chicago and what it meant to U2: "We're having an amazing time here in Chicago. This is the only ass-kissing you're gonna hear from me in while, but I cannot remember ever having not having an extraordinary amazing time in Chicago, so thank you. Last time at Soldier Field, all those nights, something turned around for us, something happened for us and Chicago was hip to that show in a way that few other American cities were, so let us kiss your ass. Twenty years ago, we played a place called the Park West here, this week twenty years ago. It was a dollar in, some things have changed..."

After In A Little While, Bono starts to introduce Stay, "This is a song off Zooropa, and," he pauses, "Edge wants to play Desire. It's a guitar thing." The band launch into Desire. Meanwhile, in the crowd, a fan called Jonathan Granger is holding up a sign saying 'Stay + Piano tonight?'. Jonathan had carried similar signs to Milwaukee and Indianapolis, where both Bono and Edge indicated they noticed him. In Chicago, Jonathan gets his big break. After asking him "You play the piano?" and having Edge strum something while asking "What key is this?" Bono invites Jonathan to the stage and Edge escorts him to the piano - while Bono introduces the song: "This is a... we made a couple of records in Hansa Studios in Berlin. It was the beginning of a really extraordinary time for us. We just kinda floated out there a little bit, but sometimes when you're right out there you find some interesting shit, you know what I mean? And Jonathan, if you're crap, you're off! Take it easy, simple. No flowery stuff to a U2 show, all right?" Afterwards, reviewers seem to think the whole thing was staged, based on the quality of the performance, but it wasn't "Far away, so dose, up with the static and the radio waves. It's satellite television, you can see Jonathan. Miami, New Orleans, London, Belfast, Chicago," Bono sings, while Jonathan subtly lays down some warm keyboard textures to the song.

Another fan, a girl dressed up as a belly dancer, makes it to the stage during Mysterious Ways.

During Pride, Bono says: "The Chicago Peace Museum, keeping a record." U2 first visited the Chicago Peace Museum in 1983 when it was hosting the Unforgettable Fire exhibition, drawings made by survivors of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings in '45. The band later donated their '83 white flags stage backdrop to the museum, for an exhibition entitled Give Peace A Chance.

A verse of Wake Up Dead Man is linked to One. Bono first starts off about an octave too high. He can't sing it that way, starts over, a little Iower, accompanying himself on guitar.

(PIMM JAL DEL LA PARRA)

Trade history:
2007-08-09 offered on RnRLive
Elevation
Beautiful Day
Until the End of the World
New Year's Day
Kite
New York
Out of Control
11 O'Clock Tick Tock
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Stuck in a Moment
In a Little While
I Remember You
Desire

Staring at the Sun
BAD/Wild Horses/40
Where the Streets Have No Name
Mysterious Ways
The Fly
Bullet the Blue Sky
With or Without You
Pride (In the Name of Love)
One
Walk On
City of Blinding Lights
Vertigo
Elevation
Gloria
The Ocean
Beautiful Day
Miracle Drug
Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own
Love and Peace or Else
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Bullet the Blue Sky
Running to Stand Still
Pride (In the Name of Love)
Where the Streets Have No Name

One
Zoo Station
The Fly
Mysterious Ways
All Because of You
Yahweh
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
BAD/40
Professor Wormbog
Divisions
Jimmy Stewart
Utopian Fir
Jimmy Stewart
Utopian Fir
Sociable Jimmy
Divisions
Heart and Soul
Ringo
Push the Pig
JaJunk
Bright Lights
Smell the Mitten
E.T.I.
Fussy Dutchman
Last Man Swerving
Ocean Billy
Peter Gunn
Nopener
Source: AKG 460B/ck61 (FOB/DFC XY stand 7.5')->
Segue Dogstar Silver XLR's-> Lunatec V2->
Sony TCD-D10 Pro II
Transfer: Tascam DA-20->Monster Coax->Maudio 410->Wavelab 5.0->FLAC
recorded transfered and seeded by: Chris Hall orechall@gmail.com

Set I/Disc I

1. Higgins->
2. Robot World->
3. "Jimmy Stewart"*->
4. Much Obliged->
5. Shine On You Crazy Diamond
6. Miss Tinkle's Overture->
7. Women Wine and Song
8. Plunger**

Set II/Disc II

1. Red
2. Resolution->
3. "Jimmy Stewart"->
4. Slacker
5. Nothing Too Fancy->
6. Pay the Snucka
7. Immigrant Song->
8. Pay the Snucka

Set II/Disc III

1. Got Your Milk (Right Here)->
2. Jazz Odyssey#->
3. Nothing Too Fancy.
4. Crowd Banter
5. Encore: Jajunk##


* w/ norwegian wood tease
** w/ lay down sally tease
# w/ Rhiannon teases
## w/ Against All Odds Jam
Several of these recordings originated as broadcasts on WLIR 92.7, back when it was the best station in the country. Over the past few years, the pre-broadcast tapes have been "liberated" to the public.
Warren Zevon
Excitable Boy
Accidentally Like a Martyr
Nighttime in the Switching Yard
Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner
Lawyers Guns & Money
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Johnny Strikes Up the Band
Werewolves of London
Mohammed's Radio
Tenderness on the Block
Excitable Boy
Accidentally Like a Martyr
Nighttime in the Switching Yard
Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner
Poor Poor Pitiful Me
Desperados Under the Eaves
Intro
Johnny Strikes Up the Band
Tenderness on the Block
Mohammed's Radio
Excitable Boy
Werewolves of London
Accidentally Like a Martyr
band intros
Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner
Poor Poor Pitiful Me
Lawyers, Guns and Money
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Vocals - Warren Zevon
Lead Guitar - John Wood
Bass - Larry Larson
Drum - Joe Daniels
Rhythm Guitar - Randy Brown

Disc One:
01 Intro
02 Johnny Strikes Up The Band
03 Overdraft
04 Certain Girl
05 Let Nothing Come Between You
06 Band Intros > Banter
07 Jeannie Needs A Shooter
08 Join Me In L.A.
09 Gorilla, You're A Desperado
10 Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner
11 The Envoy
12 Simple Man, Simple Dream
13 Bill Lee
14 Charlie's Medicine
15 Junglework
16 Play It All Night Long

Disc Two:
01 Lawyers, Guns and Money
02 Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School
03 Hula Hula Boys
04 Accidentally Like A Martyr
05 Mama Couldn't Be Persuaded
06 The Next Best Thing
07 Poor Poor Pitiful Me
08 Cadillac Ranch
09 Excitable Boy
10 Ain't That Pretty At All
11 Werewolves Of London
12 DeeJay Banter
13 Carmelita
14 I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
15 Outro
Johnny Strikes Up the Band
The Overdraft
A Certain Girl
Jeannie Needs a Shooter
[band intros]
Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner
The Envoy
Simple Man, Simple Dream [Souther]
Charlie's Medicine
Jungle Work
Play It All Night Long
Accidentally Like a Martyr
Poor Poor Pitiful Me
Cadillac Ranch [Springsteen]
Excitable Boy
[banter] > Ain't That Pretty At All
Werewolves of London
Frank & Jesse James
Start Me Up (Rolling Stones)>>
Poor Poor Pitiful Me
Veracruz
Reconsider Me
Detox Mansion
Bill Lee
Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner
Johnny Strikes Up The Band
Accidentally Like A Martyr
Tenderness On The Block
Boom Boom Mancini
Working In The Factory
Werewolves Of London
Not Fade Away (Buddy Holly)>>
Lawyers, Guns & Money
SBD>HiFi VHS>Cassette>Sound Forge>wav>flac

Disc 1

01 Lawyers, Guns & Money
02 Splendid Isolation
03 Stop Breakin Down
04 Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner
05 One Woman Man
06 Carmelita
07 Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead
08 Factory
09 Poor Poor Pitiful Me

Disc 2

01 Hula Hula Boys
02 Accidently Like A Martyr
03 Rasberry Beret
04 Desperados Under The Eaves
05 Boom Boom Mancini
06 band intro & conversation
07 Winter Wonderland>
08 Werewolves Of London
09 AIn't That Pretty At All
 Splendid Isolation
Lawyers, Guns And Money
Mr. Bad Example
Carmelita
Excitable Boy
Hasten Down The Wind
The French Inhaler
The Worrier King
Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner
Searching For A Heart

Boom Boom Mancini
Jungle Work
Piano Fighter
Werewolves Of London
The Indifference Of Heaven
Detox Mansion
Poor Poor Pitiful Me
Summertime Blues
Play It All Night Long
Mohammed's Radio
01. Mr. Bad Example
02. Carmelita > [banter and Dr. Babyhead intro]
03. [banter] > Figurine
04. Piano Fighter
05. Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner
06. [banter]
07. Don't Let Us Get Sick
08. Bujumbura
09. Play It All Night Long
10. [instrumental intro to...]
11. Boom Boom Mancini
12. [banter] > You Don't Know What Love Is [Raye/DePaul]
13. Mack the Knife [Blitzstein/Brecht/Weill] > Excitable Boy
14. Werewolves of London
15. My Way [Anka/Francois/Revaux/Thibault]
16. Lawyers, Guns and Money
17. Ring Them Bells [Dylan]
18. Mohammed's Radio
19. [banter] > Poor Poor Pitiful Me > Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead
I Was In The House When The House Burned Down
Mr. Bad Example
Porcelain Monkey
Detox Mansion
Poor Poor Pitiful Me
Hostage O
My Shit's Fucked Up
Jeannie Needs A Shooter
Excitable Boy
Seminole Bingo
For My Next Trick I'll Need A Volunteer
Don't Let Us Get Sick
Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner
Werewolves Of London
Dark Eyes
Play It All Night Long
Lawyers, Guns & Money
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Lineage Unknown; rec'd as three .wav files, edited with Adobe Auditon,
split with CD Wave, encoded to FLAC

Disc One
01. I Was In the House When the House Burned Down
02. Mr. Bad Example
03. [banter]
04. Porcelain Monkey
05. Detox Mansion > [intro]
06. Poor Poor Pitiful Me 
07. [banter]
08. Hostage-O
09. My Shit's Fucked Up
10. Jackson  [with Jill Sobule]
11. Atlantic City  [Springsteen] 
12. Jeannie Needs a Shooter > [crowd chatter]

Disc Two
01. Excitable Boy
02. [banter]
03. Seminole Bingo > [banter]
04. For My Next Trick I'll Need a Volunteer
05. Don't Let Us Get Sick
06. Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner >
07. Werewolves of London > [banter]
08. If You Don't Love Me, I'll Kill Myself  [Droge]
09. Play It All Night Long [applause and banter]
Encore
10. Fifth Dimension [Byrds]
11. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead 
12. Lawyers, Guns and Money
Detox Mansion
Poor Poor Pitiful Me
Hostage-O
My Shit's Fucked Up
Excitable Boy
Seminole Bingo
For My Next Trick I'll Need a Volunteer
Don't Let Us Get Sick
Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner
Werewolves of London
Back in the High Life
Play It All Night Long
5D
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Original 1971 album by the last Yardbirds incarnation, recorded at
the Anderson Theatre NY, NY, 30 March 1968, was withdrawn due to
legal action by Jimmy Page. It's a wonderful document of the
Yardbirds already in transition to the trademark Led Zeppelin
sound by way of the famous axe-wielder himself.
The wrongly titled I'm Dazed and White Summer would eventually
wind up on Zeps s/t debut album as Dazed And Confused & Black
Mountain Side.

Keith Relf - vocals, harmonica & tambourine
Jimmy Page - guitars
Chris Dreja - bass
Jim McCarty - drums & backing vocals

1. Train Kept a Rollin'
2. Mister, You're A Better Man Than I/Heartful of Soul
3. I'm Dazed
4. My Baby
5. Over Under Sideways Down
6. Drinking Muddy Water
7. Shapes of Things
8. White Summer
9. I'm A Man

Firebird Suite
Siberian Khatru
And You and I
Close to the Edge
The Revealing Science of God

The Ancient
Ritual
Roundabout
Starship Trooper
Firebird Suite
Sound Chaser
Close to the Edge
To Be Over
The Gates of Delirium
Your Move
Mood for a Day

Long Distance Runaround
Moraz solo
The Clap
And You and I
Ritual
Roundabout
Sweet Dreams

From the box set "The Word Is Love," stated to be from Mike Millard audience masters.
Disc 1 (running time: 52:35.40)
1.  intro
2.  Apocalypse
3.  Siberian Khatru
4.  Sound Chaser
5.  I've Seen All Good People
6.  Gates Of Delirium

Disc 2 (running time: 68:43.06)

1.  Long Distance Runaround
2.  Patrick Moraz solo
3.  Clap
4.  Harp Solo
5.  Heart Of The Sunrise
6.  Ritual
7.  DJ chatter
8.  Roundabout
9.  DJ Chatter 2
10. I'm Down
11. DJ wrapup
disc 1
1. Young Persons' Guide to the Orchestra
2. Close to the Edge
3. Starship Trooper
4. The Gates of Delirium
5. Leaves of Green (excerpt from "The Ancient")

disc 2
1. Heart of the Sunrise
2. Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil)
3. I've Seen All Good People
4. Roundabout

Jon Anderson
Steve Howe
Chris Squire
Alan White
Igor Khoroshev
Remastered from a soundboard source and an audience source (thus the "remix")

CD 1 : 
Firebird suite
Siberian khatru
America
In the presence of
We have heaven
South side of the sky
The revealing science of God
Will o'the wisp/Leaves of green
The little galliard

CD 2 : 
"America the beautiful" tour song
Show me
Catherine Howard/Lure of the wild/Wonderous stories/And you and I (Cord of life)
Happy birthday to Howie
Heart of the sunrise
Magnification
Don't kill the whale
Whitefish (The fish/Tempus fugit/On the silent wings of freedom/Soundchaser/The fish reprise)

CD 3 : 
Awaken
Roundabout
Yours is no disgrace

Lineup:

Jon Anderson
Steve Howe
Chris Squire
Rick Wakeman
Alan White
Firebird Suite
Siberian Khatru
America
In The Presence Of
We Have Heaven
South Side Of The Sky
Heart Of The Sunrise

Magnification
Don't Kill The Whale
Awaken
Roundabout
Yours Is No Disgrace
Intro: Firebird Suite
Going for the One
Sweet Dreams
I've Seen All Good People
Mind Drive, pt. 1
South Side of the Sky
Footprints
Mind Drive, pt. 2
Yours Is No Disgrace
Second Initial
Jane Seymour

Long Distance Runaround/The Fish
Whitefish
Owner of a Lonely Heart
Rhythm of Love
And You and I
Starship Trooper
Roundabout
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Reitschule
Goodbye Enemy Airship
Classic Noodlanding
If I Only
Soul and Onward
All of this Is True
When Day Chokes the Night
Whit Light of
The Landlord Is Dead
End of Music
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