Friday, June 24, 2011

Jeff Buckley - The Grace Outtakes [Flac]

01-Lover You Should've Come Over (Buckley)
02-Eternal Life (Buckley)
03-Just Like A Woman (Dylan)
04-Dinks Song (B Gibson/B Lomax/J Lomax) (trad arr, Dylan)
05-If You See Her Say Hello (Dylan)
06-Night Flight (Led Zeppelin)
07-Hallelujah Take 1 (L Cohen) [some digital noise, inherent in the source disc]
08-Just Like A Woman (Dylan)
09-Mama, You've Been On My Mind Take 1 (Dylan)
10-Mama, You've Been On My Mind Take 2 (Dylan)
11-Hallelujah Take 2 (L Cohen)
12-Mama, You've Been On My Mind (riff) (Dylan)
13-Hallelujah Take 3 (L Cohen)


Jeff Buckley 1995-02-14 Velvet Jungle, Paris, FR [SBD]

February 15 (Wednesday), 1995
Paris, Velvet Jungle, France

Mistery White Boy European and Japanese Tour 1995 (January 14 - March 5, 1995)

01 Dream Brother 6:33
02 So Real 5:29
03 Last Goodbye 5:05
04 Mojo Pin 7:13
05 Grace 5:34
06 Eternal Life 8:01

Total running time: 37:55

Excellent Soundboard recording


Jeff Buckley 1995-05-28 Le Spectrum, Montreal, QC, CA [AUD]

Jeff Buckley
Montreal, Le Spectrum, Quebec, Canada

1995 Spring US tour (April 22 - July 2, 1995)

01 Dream Brother 9:30
02 So Real 5:26
03 Chocolate / Mojo Pin 8:19
04 intro 0:40
05 Lilac Wine 4:51
06 Grace 5:53
07 Eternal Life 5:24
08 Kick Out The Jams 4:27
09 Last Goodbye 4:24
10 talking 2:32
11 Lover, You Should've Come Over 8:57

Total running time: 1:00:23

Excellent Audience recording
Lineage: ? > CDr Trade > EAC > WAV > Flac (Level 8)
Complete Show: Yes
Artwork: Yes


Jeff Buckley 1995-02-14 Velvet Jungle, Paris, FR [SBD]

Thursday, June 23, 2011

The Clash 1982-02-01 Sun Plaza Hall, Tokyo (FLAC)

Sun Plaza Hall Tokyo 1 Feb 1982
FM 90 Min Version
FM > ? > Silver CD > EAC > wav > FLAC

London Calling
Safe European Home
Train In Vain
Washington Bullets
The Leader
Magnificent Seven
The Guns Of Brixton
White Man
Ivan Meets GI Joe
Brand New Cadillac
Career Opportunities
Janie Jones
This Is Radio Clash
Clash City Rockers
Armagideon Time
London's Burning
Fujiyama Mama
Police On My Back
White Riot


The Clash 1982-10-28 Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles, CA (FLAC)

October 29, 1982
Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA
Source: SBD
Lineage: SBD -> ? -> ANA(X) -> CD-R(X) -> EAC -> WAV -> FLAC [LVL 8]

01. London Calling
02. Police On My Back
03. The Guns of Brixton
04. This Is Radio Clash
05. Spanish Bombs
06. Rock the Casbah
07. The Magnificent Seven/Armagideon Time/The Magnificent Seven
08. Janie Jones
09. Train In Vain
10. Tommy Gun
11. Clampdown
12. Brand New Cadillac
13. Should I Stay Or Should I Go?
14. I Fought the Law

The Clash were opening for The Who in 1982


The Clash 1977-08-05 Mont De Marsan Festival, France (FLAC)

THE CLASH - 5 August, 1977 - Mont De Marsan Festival, Switzerland

Disk 1: silver CD > xAct (flac)
Disk 2: analog tape gen? (low) > CD-R > xAct (flac)
artwork for silver CD provided

Here are two versions of this classic punk rock show. An incomplete
version as on the silver bootleg CD, and a complete version from an
improved quality alternate source. The alternate source is the entire
show, with its one missing track filled in from the boot version.

This is far from a perfect soundboard, but the performance is so fantastic that it doesn't take away from the enjoyment. I have just about every live Clash
recording in collectors hands, and this show is in the top 5. Possibly the earliest performance of 'White Man In Hammersmith Palais".

1. London's Burning
2. Capital Radio
3. 1977 *
4. Complete Control
5. Pressure Drop
6. The Prisoner
7. I'm So Bored With the USA
8. White Man In Hammersmith Palais *
9. Cheat
10. Hate and War
11. Police and Thieves *
12. Clash City Rockers
13. Remote Control
14. Career Opportunities **
15. Janie Jones
16. White Riot
17. Garageland
18. 1977
19. What's My Name
20. Complete Control
21. Protex Blue
22. London's Burning

* missing from silver CD version
** sourced from silver CD version in alternate source version

Entry from Clash On Stage Live Tape Review Archive:

"This has some distortion, but it's such as great tape it is easily gotten past - and this is punk rock so just crank it up and don't give a damn! The performance is great, with high energy interpretations of just about all of the early set material. The grade above [b] is for the tape version, while most copies have the LP as a source. That seems to originate from a different recording, and has even more distortion, dropping it to a B-. The recently released CD was probably mastered from the bootleg vinyl, but I haven't heard that one. Both LP and CD cut out the first "1977", "White Man...", and "Police and Thieves", while the tape version loses "Career Opportunities" to a side switch. All things considered, this is the best 1977 show, especially in the tape version. "Pressure Drop" makes one of its occasional appearances, as it would do until the end, in the speeded up style. Other interesting bits are early performances of "The Prisoner" and "Clash City Rockers," and Joe getting pissed at the Damned (also on the bill) for lighting a stink bomb."