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PostPosted: Fri Jun 08, 2012 5:53 pm 
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Time Out by Dave Brubeck. The whole album is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koq9ypm2 ... e=youtu.be in great vinyl audio. The video is very good also.


Thanks for the link Cal. The whole presentation makes me want to go out and buy the original lp (and cream my pants).
One day I will pad out my vinyl collection with some jazz classics like this. The sound is almost too good. 8)
There are plenty of gorgeous old jazz and classical records out their with awesome artwork that I will one day own


No problem. I'm a fan of this type of jazz and not the more traditional forms.

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Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Carlos Kleiber, conductor
Musikverein, Vienna
December 16, 1979

Johannes Brahms
Symphony no. 4 in E minor, Op. 98


1. Allegro non troppo (12:43)
2. Andante moderato (11:05)
3. Allegro giocoso – Poco meno presto (6:09) [Cans and Brahms]
4. Allegro energico (9:35)

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4-Jun 1980, Congress Centrum Hamburg, Hamburg, West Germany

Available Recordings, according JN:
126 min, Aud, B+

This copy: 127.43 min, 2nd gen, A-/B+

complete with fills (B+) from pbuzby seed http://www.zappateers.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=3080

Lineage: AUD > 2x sennheiser md 421 > uher report 4400 ic 19 cm/sec > revox b77 38 cm/sec > 1st part approx 90 min magna chromdioxid 90; 2nd part sound tape 5 super ferro/both 2nd gen > walk > A/D nakamichi/UA-5 USB > wav Audition 1.5 > DVD > flambay >
Soundforge 5: speed correction, glitches removed, editing fills & patches, tracking >
FLAC FFE lvl7 w/SBA

Frank Zappa's 1980 Spring & Summer Tour Band:
Arthur Barrow - bass
David Logeman - drums
Tommy Mars - keyboards
Ray White - guitar, vocals
Ike Willis - guitar, vocals
Frank Zappa - guitar, vocals

Joachim Kuehn - keyboards, saxophone, Guest

Setlist:

01 noise & Crowd 1:36
02 Chunga's Revenge~Intro 6:10
03 Keep It Greasey 3:04
04 Outside Now 5:35
05 City Of Tiny Lights 9:35
06 A Pound For A Brown (feat.Joachim Kuehn) 15:08 °°° pbuzby fills {2:34-2:43} and {5:23-6:35}
07 Teenage Wind 3:06
08 Bamboozled By Love 5:36
09 Pick Me I'm Clean 7:59
10 Society Pages 2:22
11 I'm A Beautiful Guy 1:54
12 Beauty Knows No Pain 3:11 °°° pbuzby fill {1:51-2:51}
13 Charlie's Enormous Mouth 3:44
14 Cosmik Debris 4:09
15 You Didn't Try To Call Me 3:37
16 Ain't Got No Heart 2:01
17 Love Of My Life 1:56
18 You Are What You Is 3:14
19 Easy Meat 13:08 °°° pbuzby fill {11:50-13:08}
20 Joe's Garage 2:22
21 Why Does It Hurt When I Pee? ---> encore 3:46
22 Dancin' Fool 3:38
23 Bobby Brown 2:43
24 Ms. Pinky ---> 2nd encore 5:11
25 Yellow Snow 2:32
26 The Illinois Enema Bandit 10:26

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Pat Metheny Group
1980 July 8
Onkel Pö's
Hamburg, Germany

MAAP 1.1: Pitch-Corrected Remaster of MAAP1

SBD > ? > CD-R > SHN > shntool conv > FLAC >
Goody's additional lineage:
dBpoweramp (WAV) > Audition (Adjust DC Bias; Pitch Correction*; Tracking) > Trader's Little Helper (FLAC Level 8, ffp)
FLAC tags via foobar2000

Pat Metheny - guitars
Lyle Mays - piano, synthesizers, organ, autoharp
Mark Egan - electric bass
Dan Gottlieb - drums

Total time 141:09
763 MB

Disc 1 (65:26)
1. (Cross the) Heartland 10:54
2. Hermitage 7:08
3. April Joy 8:00
4. Sirabhorn > The Windup 21:21
5. The Epic 18:03

Disc 2 (75:43)
1. Phase Dance 7:55
2. Airstream 7:20
3. Unquity Road > Broadway Blues > Lakes 18:47
4. Down Here on the Ground 7:51
5. All the Things You Are 10:54
6. Jaco 4:45
7. San Lorenzo 15:08
8. American Garage 3:03

Disc 2
DC Bias adjusted, Retracked
Track 1 - Pitch Bender -100 cents (1 semitone)
Track 2 - 5, 8 - DC Bias adjusted, Pitch Bender -126 cents
Track 6 - 7 - DC Bias adjusted, Pitch Bender -132 cents

A Metheny Audio Archive Project release.
Not for commercial use. Trade this recording freely.
Never for sale.

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Release: PFTC-CDR-001 (Pink Floyd Traders Center)
Artist: David Gilmour
Date: March 15 2006
Venue: Le Grand Rex
Place: Paris, France
Source: Audience Recorder 1 (the cloé source)
Lineage: Sony Hi-MD MZ-RH10 with external mics (Sony ECM-710) > SonicStage > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (align, LVL8)
Recording and Transfer by: cloé
Mastering: DaEPink (March 2006)
Artwork: SoulPanic (May 2007)


Set 1:

01: Castellorizon (3:46)
02: On An Island (7:14)
03: The Blue (6:19)
04: Red Sky at Night (3:35)
05: This Heaven (4:27)
06: Then I close My Eyes (6:47)
07: Smile (4:49)
08: Band Introduction (1:35)
09: Take A Breath (6:49)
10: Pocketful of Stones (6:14)
11: Where We Start (7:23)

Set 2/Encores:

01: Shine On You Crazy Diamond Parts I-V (11:25)
02: Wot's ... Uh The Deal (5:27)
03: Wearing The Inside OUt (7:21)
04: Breathe (3:03)
05: Time/Breathe Reprise (6:52)
06: Dominoes (5:03)
07: High Hopes (9:19)
08: Echoes (22:01)
09: Wish You Were Here (5:50)
10: Comfortably Numb (9:22)

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Assad Family, Trio Joubran, Guinga
Murnau, Grenzenlos Festival
Kultur- und Tagungszentrum
14. - 16. Oktober 2011

Trio Joubran:
Samir Joubran – Oud und Gesang;
Wissam Joubran – Oud;
Adnan Joubran – Oud;
Youssef Zayed – Percussion

Guinga:
Guinga – Gitarre

Assad Family:
Badi Assad – Gesang und Percussion;
Carolina Assad – Gesang;
Clarice Assad – Gesang und Klavier;
Odair Assad – Gitarre;
Sergio Assad - Sazuki

CD01

01 Trio Joubran: "Nawwar" - Auszug - (Trio Joubran)
02 Presenter
03 Guinga: "Anjo de candura" (Guinga)
04 Guinga: "Se ela perguntar" (Dilermando Reis)
05 Presenter
Assad Family: Suite – "Back to our roots" (Clarice Assad/Sergio Assad/Daniel Basilio)
06 Leaving
07 Hope
08 Nostalgy
09 Happiness
10 Presenter
11 Trio Joubran: "Ahwak" (Trio Joubran)
12 Presenter
13 Trio Joubran: "Sama Cordoba" (Trio Joubran)

TT: 54:31

CD02

01 Guinga: "Baiao de lacan" - Ausschnitt - (Guinga/Aldir Blanc)
02 Presenter
03 Trio Joubran: "Zawaj el yamam" (Trio Joubran)
04 Presenter / Interview
05 Trio Joubran: "Shajan" (Trio Joubran)
06 Presenter
07 Sergio & Odair Assad: "Palhaço" (Egberto Gismonti)
08 Clarice Assad: "Acquarella do Brazil / Canto de ossanha" (Ary Barroso/Baden Powell/ Vinicius de Moraes)
09 Presenter / Interview
10 Assad Family: Samba-Medley: "Lamentos / Cai dentro / Se acaso você chegasse /
Linhade passé / Morena d’ Angola / O quer vier eu traço"
(Pixinguinha/Baden Powell/Rodrigues/Martins/João Bosco/
Chico Buarque/Zé Maria)
11 Presenter / Interview
12 Guinga: "Choro breve" (Guinga)
13 Guinga: "Picotado" (Guinga)
14 Presenter
15 Guinga: "Baiao de lacan" - Ausschnitt - (Guinga/Aldir Blanc)

TT: 54:24

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Robert Fripp
May 7, 1979
Theatre Populier
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Stereo Audience

Unknown Cassette > Nak Dragon > WaveLab 7 (Tracking) > xAct (flac 8, SBE)

Still another of Hans Devente's amazing tapes, which he posted as a cassette to WAV transfer on his fantastic blog,

http://mywalloftapes.blogspot.com/

A collaborative effort of Matt and mj to make these great recordings available in cd ready form.

Han's referred to this page for reference:

http://home.cogeco.ca/~frippertronics3/ ... terdam.htm

I did not get the same time tracking as the site above but they are very close. I cut a few seconds of silence at the beginning and tracked at what seemed to clearly be the very beginning of each track. All of the music is here though.

I copied the notes below:

Tracks:
01. 1700
02. 1699
03. 1698


Notes:
A good stereo audience recording with some flaws.
Pitch of the tape appears to be more or less in tune thus requiring no adjustment.
Remastered by boosting overall level, applying some specific EQ compression
and compensating for some manual recording level adjustments that occurred
during the transfer process or during the recording process.
here is virtually no dialogue with the audience, nor is there any applause captured on this recording, which is rare.
1700 has some strange digital clicking noises which have likely
been inadvertently added to the disc during a cassette transfer or some
analogue to digital transfer process.
In various quieter sections of all 3 pieces, some strange noises which resemble bad de-noising artifacts occur. Upon close inspection however these appear to have somehow infiltrated the Frippertronics loop itself at the event as it ceases when the loop is stopped by Fripp. Perhaps an anomaly of this particular Revox setup in Amsterdam. Camera shutters can be heard nearby the taper during 1700.
This may have been the sound of the photos taken by professional photographer Joep Bruinje which have later surfaced on the album Let the Power Fall and various music publications. The original recording received prior to remastering had 5 tracks, but upon close inspection Tracks 1 & 2 there was no actual break in the loop, nor was there a break between Tracks 4 & 5. These have been re-indexed together as 1700 and 1698 respectively.

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Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)
Bootleg Title: Cool (Highland HL376/377)
Nakano-Sunplaza, Tokyo, Japan, 1975-11-29

Tracks:
disc 1:
01 - Celebration (cuts in)
02 - Four Holes In The Ground
03 - Paper Charms
04 - Dove...Quando
05 - Acoustic Guitar Solo
06 - Out Of The Roundabout

disc 2:
01 - Mr. 9 Till 5
02 - Alta Loma 5 Till 9
03 - W. B. Violin Jam
04 - Violin Classic Solo
05 - William Tell Overture
06 - Chocolate Kings
07 - Harlequin
08 - Bass Solo
09 - Drum Solo
10 - Impressioni Di Settembre
11 - Celebration (reprised)

Line Up:
Franco Mussida - Guitars, Vocals
Flavio Premoli - Keyboards, Vocals
Mauro Pagani - Violin, Flute, Vocals
Franz Di Cioccio - Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Patrick Djivas - Bass
Bernardo Lanzetti - Lead Vocals

Artwork: included

Source/Lineage: Bootleg Silver CD>Wav (EAC)>Flac (TLH)

Notes: This is an average audience recording with occasional crackling on some tracks. The artwork does not list or picture Bernardo Lanzetti, but he definitely sings on this recording.

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60 Years Of NDR Bigband
The 1970s
2012-05-20
Germany
44.02
DVB-S MC

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Broadcast at NDR Info (German radio-station):

Title: Jazz NDR Bigband - 60 Jahre JAZZ im NDR - Die NDR Bigband Story – Die 1970er-Jahre

Date: Su. 2012 05 20 | Start: 22:15 (GMT +01:00)

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Personnel:

NDR Bigband
Henry Altmann - NDR Info Moderator

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Setlist:

01. WDR Intro and Introduction by Henry Altmann [1:20]
02. Every Man Is A King, 1974 [6:27]
03. Introduction by Henry Altmann [0:46]
04. A-Plus Teil 1, 1973 - Dieter Glawischnig [1:31]
05. Introduction by Henry Altmann [0:31]
06. The Time Has Come, 1973 - Michael Gibbs [6:22]
07. Introduction by Henry Altmann [0:18]
08. Pure Butterfly, 1973 - with Gaby Baginsky [2:45]
09. Introduction by Henry Altmann [0:49]
10. Sagma, 1980 - Heinz Sauer [5:13]
11. Introduction by Henry Altmann [0:29]
12. Pacific Grove - with Jean-Luc Ponty [3:57]
13. Locomotive, 1972 - Ingfried Hoffmann [3:20]
14. Introduction by Henry Altmann [0:25]
15. Ach Wie Fluechtig, Ach Wie Nichtig Ist Der Menschen Leben, 1974 - Rob Pronk [5:17]
16. Introduction by Henry Altmann [0:55]
17. Latino Blue, 1981 - Joe Gallardo [3:16]
18. WDR Outro [0:21]

Total time: 44.02 min.

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Lineage recording (2012 05 20):
-> Machine: PC, Hauppauge WIN-TV NOVA-T PCI DVB-S Tuner-Card
-> Recording: DVB Viewer Pro V4.0.0.0: MP2 (48 khz / 256 kbps)

Lineage production (2012 05 23)
-> Conversion: dBpoweramp: MP2 to WAV (16 Bit / 44.1 kHz)
-> Editing: Audacity 1.3 Beta (only track editing)
-> Coding: FLAC Frontend (Level 8): WAV to FLAC[/img]

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Rush
Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Murfreesboro, TN
Murphy Center

Lineage: Unknown gen VHS>DVD

The Spirit of Radio
The Analog Kid
Cold Fire
Time Stand Still
Nobody's Hero
Roll the Bones
Animate
Stick it Out
Double Agent
Limelight
Mystic Rhythms
Closer to the Heart
Show Don't Tell
Leave That Thing Alone
The Rhythm Method
The Trees
Xanadu
Hemispheres Prelude
Tom Sawyer
Force Ten
YYZ

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Pink Floyd
Date: 1994-04-05
Location: Houston, TX
Venue: Rice University Stadium
Source: audience
Lineage: master cassettes>wav(96/24)>wav(44.1/16)>flac
Transfer: master cassettes>Revox B-215>Rotel RN-560 Outboard Dolby/MPX NR System (Dolby/MPX NR off)>Audiophile 192>Adobe Audition 3.0
Taping Gear: Sony Recording Walkman>Stereo clip on mic
Taped By: sean_the_bootlegger
Transferred By: weedwacker

Band Members:
David Gilmour - guitars, vocals
Nick Mason - drums
Rick Wright - keyboards, vocals

Touring Musicians:
Guy Pratt - bass, vocals
Jon Carin - keyboards, vocals
Tim Renwick - guitars
Gary Wallis - percussion
Durga McBroom - backing vocals
Sam Brown - backing vocals
Claudia Fontaine - backing vocals
Dick Parry - saxophones

Setlist:
01. On The Turning Away (incomplete cuts in)
02. What Do You Want From Me?
03. A Great Day For Freedom
04. Sorrow
05. Take It Back
06. On The Turning Away
07. Keep Talking
08. One Of These Days
09. Shine On You Crazy Diamond Parts I-V
10. Breathe
11. Time
12. High Hopes
13. Wish You Were Here
14. Another Brick In The Wall Part 2
15. Money
16. Run Like Hell

Length: 103:50

Notes:
Division Bell tour show. Recording is mostly complete missing only the opener Astronomy Domine in full, the recording joins the show in progress during Learning To Fly. It is good recording up until it starts raining and from that point the sound quality gradually declines as the rain increases until it is basically unlistenable towards the end. The band also cut the show short due to the rain and dropped songs like Great Gig In The Sky to fit in the more popular songs as long as the weather permitted. Considering the weather ending with Run Like Hell (no matter how unintentional) seems oddly fitting considering the circumstances.

Sean's notes:
Floyd was touring the Division Bell and they had this date at Rice Stadium. I had seen the previous tour in Austin and i was okay. So a group of us decided to do the park and ride to the stadium. As far as I knew, it was going to be a pleasant evening. We get to our seats, the show starts, I've got the deck rolling, things are good. Then, the wind begins to pick up a little. Then way in the background - listen for it - there are little rumbles of thunder. Within about an hour we're all out standing in an open air stadium in the middle of a RAGING storm. The stage - awesome metal frame with plastic and what not all over it, you know the perfect shelter in the middle of a thunder storm (that is, aside from standing in the middle of a open field. Thats Best Option #2) - begins to shred and dumps an absolute waterfall onto the stage. Gilmours amp has blown and the keyboards just blow over. At this point the recording has gone from excellent to fair/poor. I havent moved. My deck is absolutely soaked. If it was going to be toast, then it was goin to be toast. I was going to capture every bit of this that I could. At that point Gilmour announces that the show is over.
The recording captures my full experience. You hear everything as it begins to occur. You can hear the wind pick up. You can hear the thunder roll in. You can hear the single droplets as they begin to fall and you get to hear the full raging storm. It's something else. Check it out.
Previously uncirculated. My thanks to Weedwacker for the transfer/preservation.

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Shank Hall
Milwaukee, WI
April 3, 2012

Final night of tour.

CA-14 (Cardioid) > CA-9100 > Sony M10 (line-in 24/44) > USB > Cool Edit Pro (slight EQ, fades, gain boost) > iZotope *SPAM* Advanced (dither) > CDWAV > FLAC

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FRANK ZAPPA -- FINDING HIGGS' BOSON (over and over)...

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ELP- Tarkus. One of the worst albums i have heard!

Really? I like it...

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Frank Zappa
1988 04 13
Stadthalle
Offenbach, Germany

~~ from 1st gen Audience source tape ~~

available tapes according FZshows:
1988 04 13 - Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany
120 min, Aud, A
Stinkfoot, I Ain't Got No Heart, Love Of My Life, Heavy Duty Judy, Disco Boy, Teenage Wind, Truck Driver Divorce, The Orange County Lumber Truck Medley, Advance Romance, Bobby Brown, Bolero, Big Swifty, Bamboozled By Love, Chana In De Bushwop, Sharleena, Sofa, Stairway To Heaven, I Am The Walrus, The Illinois Enema Bandit, Watermelon In Easter Hay

This copy: 117.13 min, Aud 1st, A/A-

Lineage: First gen copy (cassette Maxell ) > Nakamichi BX-100E > Soundforge 8 > Flac 8 > wav
> Soundforge 9: speed correction, tracking > flac TLH lvl7 w/SBA (837 MB)

Taped by: W.K
Transferred by: Jazzfromhell
Edited by: Flambay

Frank Zappa's Band, February - June 1988:

FZ, Ike Willis, Mike Keneally, Scott Thunes, Chad Wackerman, Ed Mann, Bobby Martin,
Bruce Fowler, Walt Fowler, Paul Carman, Albert Wing, Kurt McGettrick.

Setlist:

00 Crowd~Tuning 1:16
01 Stinkfoot 5:45
02 Band Introductions 2:33
03 I Ain't Got No Heart 2:04
04 Love Of My Life 2:18
05 Heavy Duty Judy 2:55
06 Disco Boy 3:09
07 Teenage Wind 2:39
08 Truck Driver Divorce 4:15
09 The Orange County Lumber Truck Medley 8:52
10 Advance Romance 6:35
11 Bobby Brown 2:22 °°° mic/EQ problems {0:30-1:33} and tape flip cut at 1:39
12 Bolero 5:32
13 Big Swifty 14:53
14 Bamboozled By Love 6:15
15 Chana In De Bushwop 4:13
16 Sharleena 8:17
17 Sofa 3:01
18 encore break 1:10 °°° cuts in, no music missing
19 Stairway To Heaven 9:41
20 I Am The Walrus 3:41
21 The Illinois Enema Bandit 9:58
22 Watermelon In Easter Hay 5:38

Total time 117.13 min

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 06, 2012 11:21 am 
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Mr_Green_Genes wrote:
massagio wrote:
ELP- Tarkus. One of the worst albums i have heard!

Really? I like it...

I've listened to that album fairly regularly for about 30 years... it its bad, I'm too biased by now to know! :)

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