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POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with CVBS 083 - Works 16
Posted by: silkcut1978_ ()
Date: August 7, 2011 19:06

For a long time I had the idea to transfer a few vinyl bootlegs to start kind of a new series but it took me a while. First I had to replace the system on my record player than all in a sudden my amplifier passed and finally I couldn't record anymore on my old PC which finally passed as well. With a new machine and Windows 7 on board I wasn't able to locate a working version of DartPro 24 but finally Munichhilton gave me the hint to use soundforge which I like from the start.


But now please enjoy:

CVBS 001 - We Hate You! (Grining Pig Records Ltd - Hampton 1981 - soundboard)
CVBS 002 - The Stars In The Sky They Never Lie (Caution - Hamburg and Essen 1973 - audience)
CVBS 003 - Happy Birthday Charlie (RSVP 004 - Ruthless Rhymes labels - Cologne 1976)
CVBS 004 - Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972 (TMoQ reprint, white labels - Hollywood 1972 - audience)
CVBS 005 - Out On Bail (Bonus 45 only - Lurch - NJ & Philadelphia 1978(
CVBS 006 - They Never Seem To Hear Even My Guitar (King Kong - ER outs + int.)
CVBS 007 - Some Tattoos (Geier Recorzz - late 70s outs + SNL reh.)
CVBS 008 - Unsearchable Stars (The Swingin' Pig TSP 002 - outtakes 1968-72)
CVBS 009 - Reggae'n'Roll 2 (Triumvirat tvr 3 - Some Girls outtakes)
CVBS 010 - Bedspring Symphony (TAKRL - KBFH 1973)
CVBS 011 - Jack Daniel's On Tour (RSVP 006 - Ft.Worth & Philadelphia 72)
CVBS 012 - Thru The Years - Stones Mini Black Box (TAP - five 7inch singles with various tracks)
CVBS 013 - Get Your Leeds Lungs Out (TMoQ - Leeds 1971)
CVBS 014 - Leed Stones (Speed Records - Leeds 1971)
CVBS 015 - Still In Love [EP] (Amazing Pig)
CVBS 016 - The Black Box (RSVP)
CVBS 017 - Slick (Excitable Recordworks - Passaic 1978)
CVBS 018 - Get Your Leeds Lungs Out (Excitable Recordworks - Leeds 1971)
CVBS 019 - European Tour 1970 Live (Roll & Rope Records - Essen '70 - ripped by Rank Stranger *)
CVBS 020 - European Tour 1970 Live (Rubber Dubber Records - Essen '70)
CVBS 021 - European Tour 1970 (Trade Mark of Quality - Essen '70)
CVBS 022 - I Wrote It In My Garden (MJ int. - ripped by Britney **)
CVBS 023 - Instrumentals (assorted material from two decades incl. a few fakes) CVBS 024 - Instrumentals Volume II (assorted material from two decades, no fakes this time)
CVBS 025 - Satisfaction Guaranteed (Audifön - 1978 tour compilation)
CVBS 026 - Dr. No Presents The Rolling Stones (various live & studio)
CVBS 027 - Nasty Habits (TMoQ labels - studio demos/outtakes)
CVBS 028 - Diverse Harmonics (Mona - studio demos/outtakes)
CVBS 029 - Taxile On Mainstreet & What's Left Alive (Exile outtakes & live-versions)
CVBS 030 - Five By Five Alive (DECDA - EP with live tunes)
CVBS 031 - Get Your Kicks (Paris 65 & various)
CVBS 032 - A Summer Romance with the Rolling Stones (Saturated Recordworks - KBFH 1978)
CVBS 033 - Accidents WIll Happen (EVA Records - outtakes & demos 1966 - 1979)
CVBS 034 - Keith Richards - Booze And Pills And Powders (The Swinging Pig - LP+EP)
CVBS 035 - Keith Richards - A Slice Of Rock'n'Roll (various live)
CVBS 036 - Keith Richards - A Stone Alone - The Toronto Session (Toronto March 1977)
CVBS 037 - Claudine (Dead Spider Records - demos/outtakes '77-'79)
CVBS 038 - Some Other Girls (WHOM)
CVBS 039 - Spend It So Fast (WHOM)
CVBS 040 - All Them Women (WHOM)
CVBS 041 - Philadelphia Special (no label - pre Swingin' Pig)
CVBS 042 - Paris Rehearsals (Whoose Records - 1LP)
CVBS 043 - L.A. Fog (TMoQ - LA July 9, 1975)
CVBS 044 - The Best Of The Rolling Stones Live In Concert (NYC 69 & 72, LA 75) CVBS 045 - Live In Detroit (Detroit '69 - European release)
CVBS 046 - Live From Detroit (Detroit '69 - US release - transfer by Rank Stranger)
CVBS 047 - Southern Quotations (Smilin' Ears - Greensboro '78)
CVBS 048 - Emotional Tattoo (E.T. Records - demos/outtakes)
CVBS 049 - Hot And Wild (The Amazing Pig)
CVBS 050 - Tour Of The Americas 75 (3LP Box-set - LA '75 + Baton Rouge)
CVBS 051 - All-Meat Music (Nicaraguan Earthquake Benefit concert)
CVBS 052 - Keith Richards/Still On The Road
CVBS 053 - Blind Date (CNIB 2nd show)
CVBS 054 - Place Aux Dames - Shades'n'Canes (CNIB first show)
CVBS 055 - Stone's Classics (re-release of the LP "Hyde Park July 1969" & the Maxi-single "BBC '65" )
CVBS 056 - That's How Strong My Love Is (Outsider Bird Records OBR 93004)
CVBS 057 - Play With Fire (Trade Mark of Quality)
CVBS 058 - Where The Green Grass Grows (Sweet Records SV-0078)
CVBS 059 - The Rolling Stones On Tour (Phoenix Records 44773)
CVBS 060 - Return To Liver (Atomic Records AR 727)
CVBS 061 - Rattling About (Archive Records 73-RAAR)
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CVBS 062 - Sunday Night At The London Palladium
CVBS 063 - Alive And Rolling From The Crater Of The Sun
CVBS 064 - Love You
CVBS 065 - The New Black Box [wetransfer.com]
CVBS 066 - Works One
CVBS 067 - Works Two
CVBS 068 - Works Three
CVBS 069 - Works Four
CVBS 070 - Works Five
CVBS 071 - Works Six
CVBS 072 - Works Seven
CVBS 073 - Works Eight
CVBS 074 - Works Nine
CVBS 075 - Works Ten
CVBS 076 - Works Eleven
CVBS 077 - Works Twelve
CVBS 078 - Works 13
CVBS 079 - Works 14
CVBS 080 - Works 15
CVBS 081 - Stones At The Beeb [we.tl]
CVBS 082 - From The Archives (Decade Records 1982) [wetransfer.com]
CVBS 083 - Works 16 [wetransfer.com]

lineage for this and any other forthcoming uploads:

Technics SL-1210MK2 with Shure M97 x E (MM) - DENON PMA-710 - direct source, no equalizing - capture with CoolEdit Pro 2.0 - de-crackle with Soundforge 9.0 - normalizing, fade-in and fade-out, track-splitting again with CE Pro 2.0 - flac with flac-frontend on a VM-machine with Windows XP as flac isn't running under Windows 7 (at least not on my PC) - correction of SBE's with Trader's Little Helper (thanks again, tjkrol)

2015 lineage:
Technics SL-1210MK2 with Shure M97 x E (MM) - DENON PMA-710 - direct source, no equalizing - capture with CoolEdit Pro 2.0 - fade-in and fade-out, track-splitting with CE Pro 2.0 - flac with flac-frontend - correction of SBE's with Trader's Little Helper

(*) Rank Stranger's rip: Rega P3 with Ortofon - Tascam CD-Recorder RW 402 - CDrw - CDr -> raw version sent to me -> Cool Edit for normalizing, fades and track-splitting, soundforge for de-clicking on the "declicked"-version, TLH for the SBE's, foobar with flac add-on

(**) Britney's rip: vinyl > Akai AP-8110 turntable > PDR-W739 CD-R Standalone > WAV (with Audition)



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Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: midnrambler ()
Date: August 7, 2011 19:18

Many thanks!!!

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: Jalby ()
Date: August 7, 2011 19:20

If you want an original LP :
For sale :
[at-the-rarest.blogspot.com]

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: silkcut1978_ ()
Date: August 7, 2011 19:20

You're welcome midnrambler:-)



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Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: August 7, 2011 20:15

Outstanding!
Thank you so much


Please tell me it has the stunning JJF on it...


EDIT:

It doesn't, but what quality!
Thanks again



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Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: August 7, 2011 21:05

I'm just downloading, thanks a lot!

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: hedegaard ()
Date: August 7, 2011 22:55

Thanx for your upload silkcut.
I have both Grande Finale and We Hate You on vinyl - but did,nt had the time to upload them.
I,ve never liked this one (We Hate you) it dos,nt come near at all to the quality of Grande Finale ( or the VGP-version wich takes the price).
You dont have to compare the whole show, just listen to Under My Thumb. The sound is a bit distant and sounds like the mics has been hidden in a woollen sweater - or something like that.
I do not hope you take this as a personal attack on you, or your effords. Far from. This is just IMO ( I repeat 1000 xIMO, IMO!!!!).

cheers Bo thumbs up



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Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: Erik_Snow ()
Date: August 7, 2011 22:57

Hey Thomas, thanks so much
Wonderful idea you have there.....transferring some of your vinyl boots!
I have the Grande Finale vinyl; but not We Hate You - so this will be a treat. Strange artwork on this We Hate You bootleg; btw
Will download this one, once I get back home

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: silkcut1978_ ()
Date: August 7, 2011 23:46

Quote
hedegaard
Thanx for your upload silkcut.
I have both Grande Finale and We Hate You on vinyl - but did,nt had the time to upload them.
I,ve never liked this one (We Hate you) it dos,nt come near at all to the quality of Grande Finale ( or the VGP-version wich takes the price).
You dont have to compare the whole show, just listen to Under My Thumb. The sound is a bit distant and sounds like the mics has been hidden in a woollen sweater - or something like that.
I do not hope you take this as a personal attack on you, or your effords. Far from. This is just IMO ( I repeat 1000 xIMO, IMO!!!!).

cheers Bo thumbs up

Hi Bo,

no problem - it just shows how different people may hear. I also think that Grande Finale is better, but I prefer We Hate You to any CD release. But that's just me and part of it might be that I don't like CDs at all, in fact I've lost every interest in CDs a while ago.

Anyway, I should have pointed out that I will transfer a lot of LPs that might be available on CD in better quality as well. I don't want to compare them as I don't want to listen to my CDs or downloads. I'm open for suggestions what I could do next but as long as there's nobody wanting anything I'm doing what comes to my mind. Midnrambler pointed out in another thread that he found the sound of "Mojo's Finest" horrible. I had it on my turntable a week ago and liked what I've heard. So he won't probably dl it but maybe someone else may like it.

So to say - not every upload of mine will have the potential to be an upgrade. It is what it is - sort of a time capsule back to those days where a new bootleg LP was an adventure.

Upgrades may come when I finally ready myself to listen to my old tapes again..:-)

Cheers,
Thomas



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Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: silkcut1978_ ()
Date: August 7, 2011 23:50

Quote
Erik_Snow
Hey Thomas, thanks so much
Wonderful idea you have there.....transferring some of your vinyl boots!
I have the Grande Finale vinyl; but not We Hate You - so this will be a treat. Strange artwork on this We Hate You bootleg; btw
Will download this one, once I get back home

Hi Erik, you're welcome!

I think this bootleg LP was made in Germany or Austria and that's probably the background for the artwork. Gottfried Hellnwein who did the front shot is an Austrian artist.

cheers
Thomas

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: hedegaard ()
Date: August 8, 2011 00:00

Thanx Thomas!
Maybe you could do something about "Happy Bithday Charlie" from Köln 1976!
This is one of very few boots I got from the Black & Blue-area. I dont like that
area, but that Köln-show has "something" and I dont think it is that awfull at all, as many think. Agree? I allmost forgot Hollywood Palladium 1972!!!

cheers Bo



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Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: vox12string ()
Date: August 8, 2011 03:27

Now this is a treat for all us digital collectors. I only have a few vinyls, the rest is all CDs or downloads stored on hard drive, so this is a new world for folks like me. Greatly appreciate your work in doing this, I recently digitalised a couple of obscure albums for my sister-in-law so I well know the time & effort involved.

Re your flac issue on Windows 7. I installed the latest winamp on my laptop running win 7 & it plays flacs just fine.



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Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: silkcut1978_ ()
Date: August 8, 2011 10:12

Hi Bo,

it will be my pleasure to transfer Happy Birthday Charlie and Hollywood Palladium 1972. Next in line will be "The Stars In The Sky They Never Lie" as I already transfered it and it always has been my favourite audience bootleg from 1973.

After that I'll start with HBCharlie - I remember way back in the seventies when I had very small speakers a friend of mine had the idea to put them in a wardrobe next to each other "face to face", give them full power and then place the head right between them. I still can feel the pain in my ears but it was like being there in the middle of the audience:-)

cheers
Thomas

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: marko ()
Date: August 8, 2011 11:39

I have couple vinyl bootlegs to share,maybe even few rare ones.I also have
"The stars in the sky never lie" So far i´ve put maybe 2 bootlegs only on cdr,wait,3smiling smiley)

16.7.75 San Fransisco "the udder show"
6.7.78 Detroit "Abandoned in Detroit"
4.10.81 Denver "Drive carefully"

about Hampton i have an old 3LP set "American tour 1981" black vinyl.
Been thinkin about Gothenburg-1982 "One more time".

Thomas,have you tought about outtakes?

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with "The Stars In The Sky They Never Lie"
Posted by: silkcut1978_ ()
Date: August 8, 2011 12:55

Hi Marko,

sure I will upload bootlegs with outtakes as well as there are a few classic ones. But as I wrote next in line is "Happy Birthday Charlie", then Hollywood 1972 (have an unplayed copy of it) and after that I thought about The Black Box, which includes outtakes as well as live and BBC-takes.

Cheers
Thomas

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with "The Stars In The Sky They Never Lie"
Posted by: marko ()
Date: August 8, 2011 13:04

Thanks mate! now i don´t have to transfer stars in the sky...to myself!

What i´v been thinkin to share from,meaning outtakes are

you never seem to hear my guitar
jah is not dead
all inside our grazy dreams

+new barbarians tour rehearsals

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with "The Stars In The Sky They Never Lie"
Posted by: Mathijs ()
Date: August 8, 2011 14:09

Great job Silkcut, that Hampton vinyl is nice!

What would be great if someone could upload the old 'Paris Shuffle' bootleg, I believe with a picture of Bill Wyman on the front. It has two versions of Start Me Up unavailable anywhere else, and the best sounding Jah is Not Dead and acoustic Claudine, if memory serves.

Mathijs

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with "The Stars In The Sky They Never Lie"
Posted by: Paul Kersey ()
Date: August 8, 2011 14:42

Thanks for the time spent Silkcut! Agree with Mathjis, Hampton is great! Shame we can't the rest of the missing songs in the same quality..

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with "The Stars In The Sky They Never Lie"
Posted by: silkcut1978_ ()
Date: August 8, 2011 14:47

If memory serves me right that "Paris Shuffle" was included in the works-series as well, wasn't it? It sounds familair to me but right now I'm not sure if I have this LP.

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: hedegaard ()
Date: August 8, 2011 22:23

Quote
silkcut1978_
Hi Bo,

it will be my pleasure to transfer Happy Birthday Charlie and Hollywood Palladium 1972. Next in line will be "The Stars In The Sky They Never Lie" as I already transfered it and it always has been my favourite audience bootleg from 1973.

After that I'll start with HBCharlie - I remember way back in the seventies when I had very small speakers a friend of mine had the idea to put them in a wardrobe next to each other "face to face", give them full power and then place the head right between them. I still can feel the pain in my ears but it was like being there in the middle of the audience:-)

Thanx a lot -great!

cheers Bo >grinning smiley<

cheers
Thomas

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with CVBS 003 - Happy Birthday Charlie
Posted by: stonesmuziekfan ()
Date: August 8, 2011 22:55

big thanks

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with CVBS 003 - Happy Birthday Charlie
Posted by: barbabang ()
Date: August 8, 2011 23:11

I have the Paris Shuffle Album Mathijs, but for now it is 'on loan' at fellow member gimme_shelter. Nice record but it needs pitch correcting (too slow) if i remember correctly.

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with CVBS 003 - Happy Birthday Charlie
Posted by: Quique-stone ()
Date: August 8, 2011 23:13

This is a great project!

Vielen Dank Thomas!

smileys with beer

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with CVBS 003 - Happy Birthday Charlie
Posted by: Britney ()
Date: August 9, 2011 01:36

Thanks for the vinylrips Thomas!

I suspect the vinyl 'All The Girls In Frankfurt' sounds better than CD-releases of that show.

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with CVBS 003 - Happy Birthday Charlie
Posted by: silkcut1978_ ()
Date: August 9, 2011 09:36

Apart from Hollywood 72 and All The Girls From Frankfurt (in case I can find it, couldn't on a first look) I'm really thinking by now to transfer all works-LPs. I've only listened once when I bougth them about 20 years ago but there might be pretty much useless stuff as well in this series. Somebody out there who'd care for this series?

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with CVBS 003 - Happy Birthday Charlie
Posted by: Erik_Snow ()
Date: August 9, 2011 14:18

Many thanks for Happy Birthday Charlie; Thomas; I look forward to hear this one - as I have never come accross it, but been told that it was much better sounding than the VGP release of the same title
Though, I won't get to enjoy it the wardrobe way, I'm afraid

Another vinyl release which I have never heard; bought or come accross; which I've always been interested in; is "Comeback To England" AND/OR "Comeback To England Volume 1" (not sure how those 2 titles compares, soundwise)
I'm interested; because I would think they'd sound better than the CD release of the same title; but I don't know to which degree they'd be upgrades.
If somebody has one or both of those 2 vinyl releases; it would be very interesting

You'll be transferring the entore WORKS series....that'll be a lot of work for you. "Paris Shuffle" is not in the series, if memory serves. Nice items - those picture discs I must say

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with CVBS 003 - Happy Birthday Charlie
Posted by: Britney ()
Date: August 9, 2011 14:36

Quote
silkcut1978_
Apart from Hollywood 72 and All The Girls From Frankfurt (in case I can find it, couldn't on a first look) I'm really thinking by now to transfer all works-LPs. I've only listened once when I bougth them about 20 years ago but there might be pretty much useless stuff as well in this series. Somebody out there who'd care for this series?
Sure sounds like fun. Who know what gems will be unearthed?

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - updated with CVBS 003 - Happy Birthday Charlie
Posted by: silkcut1978_ ()
Date: August 9, 2011 15:22

I think I have the Comeboack To England LP but I'll better take a look before I promise something I can't keep.

But I'll start with the works (48 LPs, might take me a while ;-) soon anyway. I always loved to think about hearing them for a 2nd time in my life and finally there's a reason..;-)

For now I've uploaded the Hollywood Palladium 1972 - it's a low-fi erperience and I wasn't able to remove all noise. Side 2 is nearly 30 minutes long and that speaks for itself. Don't expect anything special people. I have this LP 4 times and even though there's one copy I bought new and which I never played before (Two Great Albums Cheap) the verison I transfered is the best I have - a reprint from around 1977. Hopy somebody will enjoy..

Cheers
Thomas

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: falo01 ()
Date: August 9, 2011 17:52

Quote
silkcut1978_
Quote
Erik_Snow

I think this bootleg LP was made in Germany or Austria and that's probably the background for the artwork. Gottfried Hellnwein who did the front shot is an Austrian artist.

cheers
Thomas

oops, the cover is from hellnwein ? very cool !
from time to time even austrians have bad taste... ;-)

Re: POST: classic vinyl bootlegs series - We Hate You! - Hampton 1981
Posted by: silkcut1978_ ()
Date: August 9, 2011 18:12

Quote
falo01

oops, the cover is from hellnwein ? very cool !
from time to time even austrians have bad taste... ;-)

You must be joking, never met an Austrian with bad taste ;-)

When the Stones stayed for a few days in Vienna in 1990 Keith drove to Dresden with Hellnwein and my finest framed piece of art is an original black&white image of Keef taken in Dresden, made and signed by Hellnwein. I once had this on the wall upon the bed until my ex-wife said enough - as she was always afraid to wake up and look either at me or the dark image of the Dartford guy. Now she's long gone but the picture is hanging on the wall. I could have done more bad;-)

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