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Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: blackbird ()
Date: December 13, 2014 19:30

Quote
dcba
"PETER SCHLEICHER BAND.
Vienna, Austria, ZU-GA-BE Club
1995-05-06

Mick Taylor on guitar and vocals

Setlist:

Jumping Jack Flash
Gimme Shelter
You Gotta Move
She's So Cold
I'm Free
Honky Tonk Women
Sympathy For The Devil
Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Peter Schleicher (voc)/& Peter Schleicher's Band
Note: A private video of all the songs above exists.
MT sang lead vocals on 'You Gotta Move'. All other songs have been
sung by Peter Schleicher with new lyrics in Viennese dialect.

Excellent audience recording"

[www.dimeadozen.org]
And on ElectricLadyland : [electricladyland.synology.me]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: December 16, 2014 16:50

"Mick Jagger
Title: 2 Nights In Tokyo Dome (Non Label 4CD)
Tokyo Dome,Tokyo,Japan
Mar.22&23, 1988

silver CD->CDex->Wav->Flac

Tokyo Dome,Tokyo,Japan Mar.22 1988
Excellent Stereo Audience Recording

(Disc-1)
1.Opening/2.Honky Tonk Women/3.Throwaway/4.Bitch/5.Let's Spend The Night Together/6.Beast Of Burden/7.Tumbling Dice/8.Miss You/9.Ruby Tuesday/10.Just Another Night/11.War Baby/12.Harlem Shuffle/13.Say You Will/14.Party Doll/15.Member Introductions/16.You Can't Always Get What You Want
(Disc-2)
1.Radio Control/2.Drum Solo/3.Guitar Solo/4.Gimme Shelter/5.Start Me Up/6.Brown Sugar/7.It's Only Rock'n'Roll/8.Jumping Jack Flash/9.Sympathy For The Devil/10.Satisfaction

Tokyo Dome,Tokyo,Japan Mar.23 1988
Excellent Stereo Audience Recording

(Disc-3)
1.Opening/2.Honky Tonk Women/3.Throwaway/4.Bitch/5.Let's Spend The Night Together/6.Beast Of Burden/7.Tumbling Dice/8.Miss You/9.Ruby Tuesday/10.Just Another Night/11.War Baby/12.Harlem Shuffle/13.Say You Will/14.Party Doll/15.Member Introductions/16.You Can't Always Get What You Want
(Disc-4)
1.Radio Control/2.Drum Solo/3.Guitar Solo/4.Gimme Shelter/5.Start Me Up/6.Brown Sugar/7.It's Only Rock'n'Roll/8.Jumping Jack Flash/9.Sympathy For The Devil/10.Satisfaction

Line-up / Musicians
Mick Jagger (voc, gtr, harm)
Joe Satriani (gtr)
Jimmy Rip (gtr)
Phil Ashley (keyb)
Richard Cottle (keyb, sax)
Doug Wimbish (bass)
Simon Phillips (dr)
Bernard Fowler, Lisa Fischer, Linda Moran & Sybil Scoby (bvoc)
With special Tsutomu Yamashita (perc) on Sympathy For The Devil & Satisfaction"

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: December 21, 2014 10:23

"MICK TAYLOR BANKSVILLE NY MAY 29 1988 SB MASTER *FRESH TRANSFER FROM MY SB MASTER OF PREVIOUSLY CIRCULATED SHOW*


Description
normally i don't re-transfer shows that i've already done but in this case i decided to make an exception. when i originally uploaded this many moons ago, i didn't keep my flacs. although my source has gotten around over the years, i though it was time to archive it with a fresh transfer so here you go. the few links i found were not active anyway. so, this is for those who would like a new copy and for those who missed it before.

below is my original description:

i had the pleasure of being on the guest list and plugging into the sb for this with personal permission from mick taylor. recorded at krypton in banksville, ny on may 29,1988. this club is always noted to have been in armonk. it wasn't. as the originator, i can assure you all of the correct location.
enjoy,

dave

i did find some art work for this on the net but it seemed the files were damaged so i did not bother to include them. if anyone has that, please feel free to offer it in a comment.

always more to come...

MICK TAYLOR
KRYPTON,BANKSVILLE,NY
MAY 29,1988

MICK TAYLOR-GUITAR,VOCALS
BERNARD PURDIE-DRUMS
MAX MIDDLETON-KEYBOARDS
WILBUR BASCOMB-BASS
SHAYNE FONTAYNE-GUITAR

CD 1
1-INTRO/TUNING
2-I WONDER WHY
3-GIDDY UP
4-RED HOUSE
5-GOIN' SOUTH (TAPE FLIP DURING DRUM SOLO)

CD 2
1-IT HURTS ME TOO
2-CAN'T YOU HEAR ME KNOCKING
3-CROWD
4-BLIND WILLIE MCTELL

FRESH TRANSFER FROM THE MASTER DECEMBER 2014

CASSETTE SB MASTER (SONY TC-D5 W/MAXELL XL2S-90 DOLBY OFF) >
EDIROL USB UA-1EX AUDIO INTERFACE >
COOL EDIT > CD WAVE EDITOR > FLAC

FOR SOME REASON,THIS CLUB IS ALWAYS ASSOCIATED WITH BEING IN ARMONK,NY.
I DON'T KNOW WHY.AS I RECORDED THIS SHOW,I'LL STICK WITH THE BANKSVILLE
LOCATION FOR THE CLUB.

Size 488.15 MB (511,860,837 bytes)


Upped by davmar77"

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: December 28, 2014 21:44

"DR. JOHN
LONE STAR CAFE,
NEW YORK,NY,USA
NOVEMBER 7,1987

DR. JOHN-VOCALS, PIANO
WILBUR BASCOMB-BASS
JOE CAROL-GUITAR
TRAZZI-PERCUSSION
LOU MARINI-SAX
LEW SOLOFF-TRUMPET
RONNIE CUBER-SAX
RICHARD CROOKS-DRUMS
HERMAN EARNEST-DRUMS ##
MICK TAYLOR-GUITAR **

ere's a show i've been sitting on for a very long time; the great dr. john at the lone star cafe in new york in the fall of 1987 with very special guest mick taylor. over the years i've had a few requests for this but never got around to doing the transfer so i decided the time had finally come. this sb master was made by me with dr. john's ok. what we have here are the complete early and late shows with mick sitting in for three songs during the late show. the story on how this came about is below and is also included in the info file. this is my holiday contribution to everyone and i hope you all enjoy this little bit of history.
enjoy,
dave


JOE CAROL-GUITAR
TRAZZI-PERCUSSION

1-IKO IKO
2-HAPPY BIRTHDAY > SOMETHING YOU GOT
3-RIGHT PLACE WRONG TIME
4-I'VE BEEN HOODOOED > WALK ON GUILDED SPLINTERS
5-JAMBALAYA
6-WILD HONEY
7-SUCH A NIGHT (TAPE FLIP)
8-GEORGIA ON MY MIND
9-QUALIFIED
10-BIG CHIEF

CD 2 LATE SHOW PART 1

1-INSTRUMENTAL INTRO
2-JUNCO PARTNER
3-RENEGADE ##
4-SAME OLD SAME OLD ##
5-MESS AROUND ##
6-LIFE ##

CD 3 LATE SHOW PART 2

1-WANG DANG DOODLE
2-TIPITINA VARIATIONS
3-RAIN
4-MY BLUE HEAVEN **
5-YOU LIE TOO MUCH > YOU AIN'T SUCH A MUCH **
6-SUGAR SWEET > GOT MY MOJO WORKING **
7-BIG BASS DRUM (ON A MARDI GRAS DAY)

CASSETTE SB MASTER (SONY TC-D5 W/MAXELL XLII-90 DOLBY OFF) >
EDIROL USB UA-1EX AUDIO INTERFACE >
COOL EDIT > CD WAVE EDITOR > FLAC

HERE'S HOW THIS WENT. DR. JOHN WAS GOING BACK AND FORTH
BETWEEN NEW ORLEANS AND NYC AND HAD A PLACE NOT FAR
FROM THE LONE STAR CAFE SO HE PLAYED THERE ON A REGULAR BASIS.
WE HAD MANY CHANCES TO HANG OUT WITH HIM AT THE SHOWS
AND HE ALWAYS HAD GREAT STORIES. HE GAVE ME THE OK TO PLUG
INTO THE BOARD THIS NIGHT. AT THE TIME OF THIS SHOW, DR. JOHN'S
BASS PLAYER WAS THE GREAT WILBUR BASCOMB. WILBUR WAS ALSO
WORKING WITH MICK TAYLOR'S BAND. BETWEEN SHOWS I WAS IN
THE DRESSING ROOM WITH MY GOOD FRIEND BOBBY WHEN MICK
CAME IN TO SEE WILBUR. I NOTICED THIS AND MENTIONED IT
TO MY FRIEND AND SUGGESTED THAT MAYBE MICK COULD SIT IN
WITH DR. JOHN. WE FIRST WENT TO DR. JOHN AND TOLD HIM THAT
MICK WOULD LIKE TO SIT IN FOR A FEW. WE THEN SAID TO MICK
THAT DR. JOHN WOULD LIKE HIM TO SIT IN. APPARENTLY OUR LITTLE
PLAN WORKED AS THEY BOTH AGREED. MICK CAME UP FOR THREE SONGS.
PROBABLY NOT BEING TOO FAMILIAR WITH THE NEW ORLEANS STYLE,
DURING THE FIRST SONG HE SEEMED A LITTLE UNSURE OF HIMSELF.
AFTER THE FIRST SONG I WAS AT THE SB CALLING FOR
A BLUES SINCE I KNEW MICK WOULD DO BETTER IN THAT SETTING.
THE SECOND SONG WAS A MEDIUM TEMPO BLUES SHUFFLE AND
IT WAS GOOD FOR EVERYONE. THE FINAL SONG WAS PRETTY STRAIGHT AHEAD
AND WORKED WELL TOO"

Upped by davmar77
[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: January 2, 2015 21:31

"The Rolling Stones Lost & Found / September 25th 1981 Philadelphia PA USA

1. Concert & Torrent Info
(1) Artist: The Rolling Stones
Band Members:
Mick Jagger - Vocals, Guitar
Keith Richards - Guitars,Vocals
Charlie Watts - Drums
Ronnie Wood - Guitars
Bill Wyman ? Bass
Ian McLagan - Keyboards
Ian Stewart ? Piano

(2) Date: September 25th 1981
(3) Venue: J.F.K. Stadium PA USA
(4) Disc Title & Catalog #: Lost & Found / September 25th 1981 Philadelphia PA USA (T&J-TWOSP-088/89)
(5) The Production Team:
The Wall of Sound Project
a. Sound Editor: The Naniwa Hot Brothers
b Art Work Designer: Mickey Jaggar
(6) Artwork included.

2. Recording Info and Remastering info
We have borrowed two low generation copies of soundboard and audience recording (See the Set List in details) from Osaka T who requested us to keep these sound files as low and fresh as possible. So we did not use sound altering software.
If you want to remaster it, please feel free to do so.

3. Sound Quality;
EXCELLENT!!!!!

4. Set List / File Info
01 Intro~Under My Thumb (audience + SB ) (intro is incomplete)
02 When The Whip Comes Down
03 Neighbours
04 Just My Imagination
05 Shattered
06 Let's Spend The Night Together
07 Black Limousine
08 She's So Cold
09 Time Is On My Side
10 Beast Of Burden
11 Waitting On A Friend***
12 Let It Bleed***
13 Band Introductions
14 You Can Always Get What You Want
15 Tops
16 Tumbling Dice
17 Hang Fire
18 Let Me Go
19 Little T&A
20 Start Me Up
21 Miss You
22 Honky Tonk Women
23 All Down The Line(SB+Audience)
24 Brown Sugar
25 Jumpin' Jack Flash
26 Street Fighting Man
27 I Can't Get No Satisfaction
28 Last Announcement***
All the tracks marked “***” are Audience Recordings.
Otherwise soundboard recordings (SB )"

[www.dimeadozen.org]



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2015-01-26 13:04 by dcba.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Britney ()
Date: January 4, 2015 18:20

Quote
dcba
"The Rolling Stones Lost & Found / September 25th 1981 Philadelphia PA USA

1. Concert & Torrent Info
(1) Artist: The Rolling Stones
Band Members:
Mick Jagger - Vocals, Guitar
Keith Richards - Guitars,Vocals
Charlie Watts - Drums
Ronnie Wood - Guitars
Bill Wyman ? Bass
Ian McLagan - Keyboards
Ian Stewart ? Piano

(2) Date: September 25th 1981
(3) Venue: J.F.K. Stadium PA USA
(4) Disc Title & Catalog #: Lost & Found / September 25th 1981 Philadelphia PA USA (T&J-TWOSP-088/89)
(5) The Production Team:
The Wall of Sound Project
a. Sound Editor: The Naniwa Hot Brothers
b Art Work Designer: Mickey Jaggar
(6) Artwork included.

2. Recording Info and Remastering info
We have borrowed two low generation copies of soundboard and audience recording (See the Set List in details) from Osaka T who requested us to keep these sound files as low and fresh as possible. So we did not use sound altering software.
If you want to remaster it, please feel free to do so.

3. Sound Quality;
EXCELLENT!!!!!

4. Set List / File Info
01 Intro~Under My Thumb (audience + Scool smiley (intro is incomplete)
02 When The Whip Comes Down
03 Neighbours
04 Just My Imagination
05 Shattered
06 Let's Spend The Night Together
07 Black Limousine
08 She's So Cold
09 Time Is On My Side
10 Beast Of Burden
11 Waitting On A Friend***
12 Let It Bleed***
13 Band Introductions
14 You Can Always Get What You Want
15 Tops
16 Tumbling Dice
17 Hang Fire
18 Let Me Go
19 Little T&A
20 Start Me Up
21 Miss You
22 Honky Tonk Women
23 All Down The Line(SB+Audience)
24 Brown Sugar
25 Jumpin' Jack Flash
26 Street Fighting Man
27 I Can't Get No Satisfaction
28 Last Announcement***
All the tracks marked “***” are Audience Recordings.
Otherwise soundboard recordings (Scool smiley"

[www.dimeadozen.org]

The soundboardsource of this torrent is lossy (based on frequency analysis of When The Whip Comes Down).

www.rsundercover.eu



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2015-01-04 18:21 by Britney.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Quique-stone ()
Date: January 4, 2015 18:36

Quote
dcba
"The Rolling Stones Lost & Found / September 25th 1981 Philadelphia PA USA

1. Concert & Torrent Info
(1) Artist: The Rolling Stones
Band Members:
Mick Jagger - Vocals, Guitar
Keith Richards - Guitars,Vocals
Charlie Watts - Drums
Ronnie Wood - Guitars
Bill Wyman ? Bass
Ian McLagan - Keyboards
Ian Stewart ? Piano

(2) Date: September 25th 1981
(3) Venue: J.F.K. Stadium PA USA
(4) Disc Title & Catalog #: Lost & Found / September 25th 1981 Philadelphia PA USA (T&J-TWOSP-088/89)
(5) The Production Team:
The Wall of Sound Project
a. Sound Editor: The Naniwa Hot Brothers
b Art Work Designer: Mickey Jaggar
(6) Artwork included.

2. Recording Info and Remastering info
We have borrowed two low generation copies of soundboard and audience recording (See the Set List in details) from Osaka T who requested us to keep these sound files as low and fresh as possible. So we did not use sound altering software.
If you want to remaster it, please feel free to do so.

3. Sound Quality;
EXCELLENT!!!!!

[www.dimeadozen.org]

I was going to ask this one to be posted here by a kind soul...but today I found it here: [www.guitars101.com] unfortunately uncredited to the ones who deserve all the credits and did the job and efforts.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2015-01-04 18:53 by Quique-stone.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: January 4, 2015 20:19

Good for you!
To be exhaustive this torrent has a (not so?) minor flaw : the audience tape runs much too fast which spoils the fun on LIB WOAF and ADTL.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: hj3009 ()
Date: January 14, 2015 17:59

Just uploaded:
The Rolling Stones 1973-01-21 Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI, USA
“Tropical Thunder” Original Master Series OMS 250-251
[www.dimeadozen.org]
OMS 252 & 253 planned to follow ...
Enjoy,
Hervé
PS: I do agree with andrea56 about "original texts" and "EAC logs", about "real lossless recordings" and "Flac sourced from lossy rips".

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: January 14, 2015 19:23

Is your upload the same ( or the beginning of it ) as the one andrea56
tries to upload on ELL?

>>> RS: Tropical Sun EVSD

And please excuse my ignorance, the tracker RO that andrea56 mentioned,
is that the Rocks Off bit torrent tracker,
that - wait for it - I cannot reach either?

Every time I try the link given on Rocks Off message board I get the message:

"Server not found"!

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: hj3009 ()
Date: January 14, 2015 19:50

Well, I guess if it's Original Master Series OMS 250-253, it's the same, but if it's EVSD, it's not.
As long as I was not sure Andrea56 had already ripped his CD's while my upload was yet ready, I've decided to upload it.
There was in the past a very good Stones tracker called "rocks off" where I got good stuff from, but I think it's gone, sadly.
Cheers
Hervé
PS My upload is now on ElecticLadyland and Trader's Den, too.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: January 14, 2015 20:01

Quote
hj3009
PS My upload is now on ElecticLadyland and Trader's Den, too.

Thanks Hervé!

I will wait for ELL.

So you're a fan of the Shadoks too!?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2015-01-14 20:10 by Rank Stranger.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: hj3009 ()
Date: January 14, 2015 20:29

Of course, I'm a Shadok fan and I try to teach others their "wisdom"! winking smiley
Cheers
Hervé

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: January 24, 2015 22:10

Master Tapers Concert Series - Volume (167)

The Rolling Stones
Date: November 4, 1989
Venue: Oakland Alameda County Coliseum
Location: Oakland, California, USA

Recording type: Audience
Taper: Karl Lundmark

Recording Equipment: Aiwa CM-30a Mic>Sony WM-D6
Lineage: Master Cassette Tape (Maxell XLII90)>Sony TC-WE475>PC>AUDACITY>WAV (16bit)>TLH>FLAC (8)
Transfer/Mastering: November 2014
Audio format: FLAC
Total running time: 147:12
Audio quality: 3++
Artwork: No

Track listing:
Intro
Start Me Up
Bitch
Sad Sad Sad
Undercover of the Night
Harlem Shuffle
Tumbling Dice
Miss You
Ruby Tuesday
Angie
Dead Flowers*
Rock and a Hard Place
Mixed Emotions
Honky Tonk Women
Midnight Rambler
You Can't Always Get What You Want
Before They Make Me Run
Happy
Paint It Black
2000 Light Years From Home
Sympathy For The Devil
Gimme Shelter
It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It)
Brown Sugar
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Jumping Jack Flash

*slight cut due to tape flip

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: marko ()
Date: January 24, 2015 22:18

Oakland shows were good ones but i think 1997 was better from the "new" ones.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: mickeyjaggar ()
Date: January 25, 2015 19:22

Quote
dcba
Good for you!
To be exhaustive this torrent has a (not so?) minor flaw : the audience tape runs much too fast which spoils the fun on LIB WOAF and ADTL.

Thanks for the heads up. Accidentally I uploaded lossy version of this show and would very much like to re-upload everything one more time. So I asked DIME to delete this torrent already.

I have already had a better version (not lossy of course with speed corrected audience sources) to shoot up anytime now.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: January 28, 2015 11:05

This could be fun:

Uploaded to DIME by fortilix

Hi Gang

Here is the first offering of a batch of tapes offered by my friend Glimmerman to transfer and upload for your pleasure.

All the thanx go to him.
For digging deep in his vaults.
For sending me the tapes.
AND FOR TAPING THESE SHOWS!

This tape is a first generation tape of a recording that took place in July 69 in a recording studio owned by B. HARRIS and recorded by the man.
So this is a UNRELEASED STUDIO TAPE! (It was not recorded by Glimmerman).

Well, I guess it was … unreleasable!!!
The boys are having fun, bashing on some acoustic guitars and "singing" some "tunes"!
It's a piece of history and quite collectible.
There are two guitars sometimes, so who's the second guitarist? Rod?

You will find in the folder photos of the tape with the "tracklisting" handwritten on the box.
It was named "NOT NOT INSANE"
Well it's all in the title...

It was quite difficult to discern a song from another and to recognize them as they were quite in a jamming mood.
I tracked 14 tracks but I might have mastered it differently.
It's a raw transfer from the tape. No EQ, no Noise Reduction. No speed correction needed.
This version is CD friendly. 16/44100.

Anyway, enjoy this rarity and have fun.

Stay tuned, always more to come!

[www.dimeadozen.org]


Could be this:
690700B July: New York, some unidentified studio or hotelroom. Jam-session. Incl.
- Sweet Georgia Brown (Maceo Pinkard/Ben Bernie/Kenneth Casey)
- unidentified folksong 1
- unidentified blues (jam?)
- Down By The Riverside (Trad.)
- The Ballad Of Bonnie & Clyde (Mitch Murray/Peter Callandar)
- jam
- unidentified folksong 2
- blues jam
- jam ("I Love My Pretty Baby" )
Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/& others (gtr, voc)

info taken from nzentgraf



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2015-01-28 18:04 by Rank Stranger.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Keessie ()
Date: February 8, 2015 13:52

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Hunter Valley 2014 no label (2CD)
Hope Estate, Hunter Valley, Australia. Nov.15, 2014
Excellent audience !

Lineage> Silver CD> Flac> Dime

Disc 1
1. Intro
2. Jumping Jack Flash
3. Let's Spend The Night Together
4. It's Only Rock'n Roll
5. Tumbling Dice
6. Dead Flowers
7. Rocks Off
8. Paint It Black
9. Honky Tonk Women
10. Band Introductions
11. You Got The Silver
12. Before They Make Me Run
13. Can't Be Seen
14. Midnight Rambler (met Mick Taylor)


Disc 2
1. Miss You
2. Gimme Shelter
3. Start Me Up
4. Sympathy For The Devil
5. Brown Sugar
6. You Can't Always Get What You Want (met The Sydney Philharmonia)
7. Satisfaction (met Mick Taylor)

Thanks to N. !!!

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Rolling on ()
Date: February 8, 2015 15:17

Quote
Keessie
[www.dimeadozen.org]

Hunter Valley 2014 no label (2CD)
Hope Estate, Hunter Valley, Australia. Nov.15, 2014
Excellent audience !

Lineage> Silver CD> Flac> Dime

Disc 1
1. Intro
2. Jumping Jack Flash
3. Let's Spend The Night Together
4. It's Only Rock'n Roll
5. Tumbling Dice
6. Dead Flowers
7. Rocks Off
8. Paint It Black
9. Honky Tonk Women
10. Band Introductions
11. You Got The Silver
12. Before They Make Me Run
13. Can't Be Seen
14. Midnight Rambler (met Mick Taylor)


Disc 2
1. Miss You
2. Gimme Shelter
3. Start Me Up
4. Sympathy For The Devil
5. Brown Sugar
6. You Can't Always Get What You Want (met The Sydney Philharmonia)
7. Satisfaction (met Mick Taylor)

Thanks to N. !!!

Banned due lossy source!!

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: stonesmuziekfan ()
Date: February 8, 2015 16:22

I have it ready for download in separate post.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: February 13, 2015 22:03

Chris Jagger's Acoustic Trio & Charlie Hart

Cinema Paradiso
St. Poelten, Austria
2015-February-11

Audience Recording

Line-up:

Chris Jagger: vocals, guitar
Elliet Mackrell: fiddle, flute, vocals
David Hatfield: bass, vocals
Charlie Hart: fiddle, accordion, keyboards, vocals

Set 1: (0:56:35)
Set 2: (1:02:00)
[setlists TBA...]

Enjoy ! joe2005

[www.dimeadozen.org]



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2015-02-13 22:06 by dcba.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: 6s7s9s ()
Date: March 7, 2015 19:59

Can anyone provide a detailed set of instructions (or a link) on exactly how to download and convert torrent files?
I have done some audio only in the past, but have forgotten how I did it on a previous computer.
And I would like to start downloading some videos of concerts as well.

Thank you.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: j.b.goode ()
Date: March 7, 2015 20:29


Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: coowouters ()
Date: March 7, 2015 21:34

Quote
6s7s9s
Can anyone provide a detailed set of instructions (or a link) on exactly how to download and convert torrent files?
I have done some audio only in the past, but have forgotten how I did it on a previous computer.
And I would like to start downloading some videos of concerts as well.

Thank you.

[www.wikihow.com]

[www.digitaltrends.com]

[netforbeginners.about.com]

.

Chris from Belgium


Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: March 15, 2015 20:14

Rolling Stones
Foxes In The Boxes, Vol. One
Unreleased Emotional Rescue, Undercover and Keith Richards Solo Sessions
JEMS Archive

Transfer: in-house cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > Peak 6.0 pitch adjustment > iZotope RX > iZotope MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (Indexed) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

01 Neighbors
02 Let's Go Steady Again
03 Tried To Talk Her Into It
04 Keep It Cool
05 Can't Find Love 1
06 Can't Find Love 2
07 Eliza
08 High School Girl
09 Stop That
10 All I Have To Do Is Dream (false start)
11 All I Have To Do Is Dream (full take)
12 Piano Fragment

Emotional Rescue Sessions: Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas, January-February 1979 and Pathé Marconi Studios, Paris, France, June-October 1979
Undercover Sessions: Pathé Marconi Studios, Paris, France, November 1982-mid-March 1983 and The Hit Factory, New York, NY, early May-early August 1983

Hello and welcome to JEMS' Foxes In The Boxes, the first volume in a series featuring unreleased studio sessions from the Rolling Stones, circa 1979-85. Based on our research, along with the expertise of Stones sessionologist N, who helped us sort through these tapes, we believe the Foxes In The Boxes series offers a small trove of previously uncirculated material along with upgrades and a few familiar outtake favorites from new sources' tapes. All of Volume One is wholly unreleased and, we have strived to ensure, DIME compliant.

The series is titled Foxes In The Boxes in homage to its source: boxes of in-house cassette tapes obtained by JEMS from someone "on the inside" of a major record label in the '70s and '80s. It is also a rhyming nod to the bootleg Static In the Attic (Midnight Beat), which mined the same sessions for kindred material and to which we believe Foxes makes a worthy companion. Samples provided.

Some tracks in the series have been previously rumored, some are wholly new finds, while others improve on previously circulating versions. There are a few frustrating fragments, too, but what's presented here is exactly what was on the tapes, which were seemingly meant to capture and present in-progress status on Stones sessions and to preserve ideas for future consideration. With that said, let's go track by track.

Neighbors: Listed on the source tape under the slightly different title "Neighbor." This is a monitor mix with early guide vocals and is the first take of "Neighbors" to circulate intact from the Emotional Rescue sessions. All other versions, released or unreleased, come from different takes overdubbed and edited during the Tattoo You sessions. If you like "Neighbors," you'll love this rollicking and highly appealing early version.

Let's Go Steady Again: Cover of the Sam Cooke song that was the B-side of "Only Sixteen" in 1959. It features a wonderful Keith Richards lead vocal. Misnamed "Let's Go Steady" on the source tape. An Emotional Rescue outtake from Compass Point Studios late January or early February 1979. Kristi Kimsey is on backing vocals.

Tried to Talk Her Into It: This Undercover sessions outtake has been previously bootlegged (e.g. on the Outsider Bird Records LP Chain Saw Massacre), but the quality from this source tape is an upgrade.

Keep It Cool: Monitor mix of a long, jazzy Undercover sessions outtake. Also known as "Keep It Cool Parts 1 & 2," but that could refer to a rumored 20-minute version of the song said to exist.

Can't Find Love: Fragment of an Undercover sessions outtake, cut out of a much longer version of the song. This bit is likely the essence or part of the song which the Stones liked and wound up on this tape for reference purposes.

Can't Find Love: Another fragment as above, but listed specifically as a "bridge idea."

Eliza: Also known as "Eliza Upchink" (which is how Bill Wyman lists the title of this track in his second Stones book) and sometimes mis-titled as "Back On The Streets Again" when it reappeared in the Dirty Work songwriting sessions. A snippet of this song was uploaded to YouTube many years ago in memory of Ian Stewart (but that clip has since disappeared). This is the complete take.

High School Girl: This appears to be a demo recording or songwriting exploration featuring only Mick Jagger (who also plays guitar) and Charlie Watts on drums.

Stop That: An unlisted fragment on the tape. This Undercover outtake already circulates in complete form, but in inferior quality (often misnamed "Chain Saw Rocker").

All I Have To Do Is Dream: Cover version of the old Everly Brothers classic from 1958, performed by Keith Richards on solo piano at Longview Farm, North Brookfield, Massachusetts in late May 1981. This is the previously uncirculated full take, including false start. Brace yourself for Keith to be right in your living room and his voice deep inside your ears.

Piano Fragment: A bit more Keef tickling the ivories from the same session.

JEMS offers its huge thanks to N, who helped us sort through the tapes and provided invaluable insight in ascertaining what we had. The song-by-song notes above are culled from N's essential contributions. Pitch adjustments come courtesy of Goody, who lent us his keen ear and his unwavering commitment to A440. Thank you, Goody. SkipKid68 also chimed in with valuable feedback, so thanks to him, too. The much-appreciated official cover art is courtesy of ethiessen1. And last but not least, kudos to mjk5510, who came on board at the start and helped finish the project to get it into your hands.

BK for JEMS

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Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
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Date: March 21, 2015 16:40

Upped by mjk5510 Added Sat 21st Mar, 2015 14:08 GMT

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Rolling Stones
Foxes In The Boxes, Vol. Two
Early Dirty Work Sessions
JEMS Archive

Transfer: in-house cassette > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > Peak 6.0 pitch adjustment > iZotope RX > iZotope MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (Indexed) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

01 Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
02 Talk Is Cheap
03 What Am I Supposed To Do
04 Stick It Where It Hurts
05 Can’t Cut The Mustard 1
06 Can’t Cut The Mustard 2
07 Can’t Cut The Mustard 3 (fragment)
08 Victor Hugo

Dirty Work Sessions: Pathé Marconi Studios, Paris, France, February 1985

Hello and welcome to JEMS' Foxes In The Boxes, the second volume in a series featuring unreleased studio sessions from the Rolling Stones, circa 1979-85. Based on our research, along with the expertise of Stones sessionologist N, who helped us sort through these tapes, we believe the Foxes In The Boxes series offers a small trove of previously uncirculated material along with upgrades and a few familiar outtake favorites from new source tapes. All of Volume Two is wholly unreleased and, we have strived to ensure, DIME compliant.

The series is titled Foxes In The Boxes in homage to its source: boxes of in-house cassette tapes obtained by JEMS from someone "on the inside" of a major record label in the '70s and '80s. It is also a rhyming nod to the bootleg Static In the Attic (Midnight Beat), which mined the same sessions for kindred material and to which we believe Foxes makes a worthy companion. Samples provided.

Some tracks in the series have been previously rumored, some are wholly new finds, while others improve on previously circulating versions. There are a few frustrating fragments, too, but what's presented here is exactly what was on the tapes, which were seemingly meant to capture and present in-progress status on Stones sessions and to preserve ideas for future consideration.

Volume Two focuses solely on the February 1985 Dirty Work sessions in Paris, as captured on a single cassette tape. What’s fascinating about these monitor mixes is that, after the first track, Mick departs and Keith takes over, which explains the appearance of songs like “Talk Is Cheap” which would become the title of Richards’ 1988 solo album.

As we learned from his autobiography, Life, tension between Mick and Keith was running high at the time because of Mick’s budding solo career. Scheduling conflicts between Mick supporting She’s The Boss and recording the new Stones album caused a rift and explain why he isn’t present on the rest of the tracks.

But Mick’s absence is what makes the recording especially compelling, as we get to hear Keith leading the Stones through his material, venting frustrations with Mick in the process, especially on the final song. With that said, let's go track by track:

Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever: The Stones started the Dirty Work sessions by warming up with some cover versions, and this Four Tops song (written by Stevie Wonder and Ivy Jo Hunter) is one of the few to circulate so far; this version being an upgrade. While Mick’s vocals are a touch soft, overall it is a fine and, at times, enchanting performance, not to mention it being a song that could have made a great Stones track

Talk Is Cheap: Over 11 minutes long, “Talk Is Cheap” is in the vein of Keith’s Dirty Work contribution, “Sleep Tonight.” The single guitar suggests Ron Wood is probably playing bass. Richards never finished this ballad, but the title stuck and was used on his first solo album in 1988.

What Am I Supposed To Do: Early version of “What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love.” Long, 15+ minute jam around the title phrase, performed by The Podiums, the pseudo band consisting of Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Bobby Womack and Don Covay formed as yet another way to kill time when Jagger was not around during the Paris sessions. One of two Podiums tracks to surface from the Dirty Work sessions (the other being “Sending Out Invitations”).

Stick It Where It Hurts: Likely a Ronnie Wood composition, as he sings the guide vocals. The title phrase offers the only words which can be clearly made out.

Can’t Cut The Mustard 1-2: Early versions of “Had It With You,” though the eventual title phrase is not yet present. Some singing by Ronnie Wood again (together with Richards), as he co-wrote the music to the song. Already circulating, but these are upgrades and include some studio chatter.

Can’t Cut The Mustard 3: Fragment of a third take, but this stays instrumental and gets abandoned after half a minute.

Victor Hugo: An absolutely fascinating fly-on-the-wall track. Presumably pissed off about Jagger missing sessions and abandoning the Stones, Richards improvises a nasty set of lyrics about his bandmate, going so far as to refer to him by the derisive nickname, Brenda. “Victor Hugo” showcases Keef at his vitriolic and profanity-laced best.

JEMS offers its huge thanks to N, who helped us sort through the tapes and provided invaluable insight in ascertaining what we had. The song-by-song notes above are culled from N's essential contributions. Pitch adjustments come courtesy of Goody, who lent us his keen ear and his unwavering commitment to A440. Thank you, Goody. SkipKid68 also chimed in with valuable feedback, so thanks to him, too. The much-appreciated official cover art is courtesy of ethiessen1. And last but not least, kudos to mjk5510, who came on board at the start and helped finish the project to get it into your hands.

We will wrap our trilogy in the coming weeks, but to keep things kosher, Vol. Three won't be here on DIME. Check your local listings for alternate availability...

BK for JEMS

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: mexicanrstone ()
Date: March 22, 2015 01:28

Can you upload in we transfer this boootleg please?
I can't download it from the site
I checked yesterday
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Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
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Date: March 22, 2015 02:57

Wetransfer link valid until March 29th:
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Chris from Belgium


Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: vox12string ()
Date: March 22, 2015 04:55

Listening to Vol 2 even as we speak, many thanks to all involved

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
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Date: April 17, 2015 14:30

ROLLING STONES - Vienna, Ernst Happel Stadion, Austria, 16. June 2014 [HighVoltage source]

Band: Rolling Stones
Venue: Ernst-Happel Stadion
City: Wien/Vienna
Country: Austria
Date: Tuesday, June 6th 2014
Bootleg Title: 14 on 14
Taper: HighVoltage
Recording Equipment: Olympus LS-10 Linear PCM Recorder
Mic Position: recorder in front of my breastbone, underneath my T-shirt
Location: about 30-40 m from the stage, next to the 'catwalk' with its square end platform beeing right behind me, right side (Darryl Jones side),
Recorder Settings: Mic Sens low, Low Cut off, Mic Zoom Set wide
Tour: 14 on Fire
Opening Act: The Temperance Movement
Audience: 55.000 (sold out)


Edits (Nero Wave Editor): general volume adaption, volume adaptions during above-average loud spots (audience shouts, etc.), edited out a few audience bits between songs, equalizer, fade-in & fade out, track split, flac level 6


Setlist:

Disc 1:
01 Intro (1:54)
02 Star me up (4:17)
03 You got me rocking (3:54)
04 It's only Rock and Roll (5:02)
05 Tumblin' Dice (5:20)
06 Angie (4:08)
07 Doom and Gloom (4:54)
08 Get off of my Cloud (4:13)
09 Out of Control (6:35)
10 Honky Tonk Women (4:36)
11 Band Intros (3:47)
12 You got the Silver (4:03)
13 Can't be seen (4:37)

Disc 2
14 Midnight Rambler (14:50)
15 Miss you (8:07)
16 Under my Thumb (8:35)
17 Jumpin 'Jack Flash (5:35)
18 Sympathy for the Devil (8:01)
19 Brown Sugar (8:46)
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20 You can't always get what you want (9:30)
21 (I can't get no) Satisfaction (8:47)

[2h09min31sec]

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