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Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: elmuseo ()
Date: November 17, 2021 22:37

thanks

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: StoneZP ()
Date: November 17, 2021 23:51

Thanks flottmann1

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: eibert ()
Date: November 18, 2021 00:45

Thanks for Detroit on WT

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: ProfessorWolf ()
Date: November 18, 2021 01:03

thank you

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Ebling ()
Date: November 18, 2021 01:08

Thanks for Detroit!

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Broesel2404 ()
Date: November 18, 2021 11:33

smileys with beer

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Quique-stone ()
Date: November 20, 2021 18:24

Thanks smokeydusky and flottmann1!

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: werther2003 ()
Date: November 26, 2021 15:47

ROLLING STONES
HOLLYWOOD, FL @ SEMINOLE HARD ROCK LIVE
2021-11-23


SP-CMC-4U -> A10 -> Soundforge -> FLAC

01. -intro-
02. Street Fighting Man
03. Let's Spend The Night Together
04. 19th Nervous Breakdown
05. Tumbling Dice
06. You Can't Always Get What You Want
07. Living In A Ghost Town
08. Start Me Up
09. Honky Tonk Women
10. -band introductions-
11. Connection
12. Slipping Away
13. Miss You
14. Midnight Rambler
15. Paint It Black
16. Sympathy For The Devil
17. Jumpin' Jack Flash
18. Gimme Shelter
19. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

ARGGHHHHH sounded fine on my laptop speakers but there is some underlying static, and I have new microphones the exact same kind but didn't have a chance to sufficiently test them to feel confident using them in this environment. Oh well.

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Many thanks to the uploader 'ijwthstd'

[we.tl]



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2021-11-26 15:54 by werther2003.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: mariano ()
Date: November 26, 2021 22:35

hot smiley

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: wiredallnight ()
Date: November 27, 2021 07:51

Same as this one: [iorr.org] (and ijwthstd = Dan)

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Quique-stone ()
Date: November 27, 2021 17:32

Thanks Dan and werther2003!

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: werther2003 ()
Date: November 30, 2021 21:22

Rolling Stones
11.23.2021
Hard Rock Live
Hollywood, FL

...
SP-CMC-4U (XY, front row balcony, DFC) > SP-SPSB-10 > Sony A10 at 24/96
RX9 (edits) > Ozone 9 (EQ and mastering) > Audacity (tracking)

Street Fighting Man
Let's Spend the Night Together
19th Nervous Breakdown
Tribute to Charlie Watts
Tumbling Dice
You Can't Always Get What You Want
Living in a Ghost Town
Start Me Up
Honky Tonk Women
Band Intros
Connection
Slipping Away
Miss You
Midnight Rambler
Paint It Black
Sympathy for the Devil
Jumpin' Jack Flash

Encore:
Gimme Shelter
Satisfaction

an Evening Sun production

berryj003/joshbg2k

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: gonzalo76 ()
Date: December 1, 2021 02:34

Quote
werther2003
Rolling Stones
11.23.2021
Hard Rock Live
Hollywood, FL

...
SP-CMC-4U (XY, front row balcony, DFC) > SP-SPSB-10 > Sony A10 at 24/96
RX9 (edits) > Ozone 9 (EQ and mastering) > Audacity (tracking)

Street Fighting Man
Let's Spend the Night Together
19th Nervous Breakdown
Tribute to Charlie Watts
Tumbling Dice
You Can't Always Get What You Want
Living in a Ghost Town
Start Me Up
Honky Tonk Women
Band Intros
Connection
Slipping Away
Miss You
Midnight Rambler
Paint It Black
Sympathy for the Devil
Jumpin' Jack Flash

Encore:
Gimme Shelter
Satisfaction

an Evening Sun production

berryj003/joshbg2k

[www.dimeadozen.org]



The tracks were not cut on sector boundaries.
For those who still burn to CDR here's a fixed version.

SBEs FIXED version: [we.tl]

rolling-stones-11232021-01-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-02-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-03-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-04-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-05-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-06-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-07-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-08-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-09-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-10-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-11-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-12-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-13-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-14-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-15-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-16-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-17-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-18-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.
rolling-stones-11232021-19-fixed.flac: audio data is cut on a sector boundary.

There were no sector boundary errors.

Many thanks berryj003/joshbg2k!



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2021-12-01 05:28 by gonzalo76.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Ebling ()
Date: December 1, 2021 07:00

Thank you!

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: BlueTurns2Grey ()
Date: December 1, 2021 09:01

Thanks to Werther and Gonzalo. smileys with beer

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Quique-stone ()
Date: December 1, 2021 19:43

Quote
BlueTurns2Grey
Thanks to Werther and Gonzalo. smileys with beer

+1! Thank you both! smileys with beer

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: joshbg2k ()
Date: December 2, 2021 15:09

I didn’t even know what sector boundaries were when I posted the show on dime. Whoops!

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Brown Moses ()
Date: December 26, 2021 07:39

Rolling Stones
The Forum
Inglewood, CA
July 11, 1975
Ed F Master via JEMS

CONTRAST CLAUSE:

Mono Recording Gear: Radio Shack microphone > Unknown Portable Cassette Recorder (likely Panasonic)

JEMS 2021 Transfer: Memorex master Cassettes > Nakamichi RX-505 (azimuth adjustment) > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 capture > iZotope RX8 > iZotope Ozone 8 > convert to 16/44 > Audacity > TLH > FLAC

01 Honky Tonk Women
02 All Down The Line
03 If You Can't Rock Me > Get Off Of My Cloud
04 Star Star
05 Gimme Shelter
06 Ain't Too Proud To Beg
07 You Gotta Move
08 You Can't Always Get What You Want
09 Happy
10 Tumbling Dice
11 It's Only Rock'n Roll
12 Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
13 Fingerprint File
14 Angie
15 Wild Horses
16 That's Life
17 Outta Space
18 Brown Sugar
19 Midnight Rambler
20 Rip This Joint
21 Street Fighting Man
22 Jumpin' Jack Flash
23 Sympathy For The Devil

Known Faults:
-You Can't Always Get What You Want: start slightly cut
-Sympathy To The Devil: end cut and slight tape drag

JEMS is happy to release two recordings of the Stones' July 11, 1975 show at The Forum, Mike Millard's incomplete capture along with this, Ed F's master tapes of the full performance.

Ed recorded all five of the Stones' LA shows in 1975 and got remarkably consistent results. To be sure he wasn't recording with Millard-quality gear, but his tapes capture the atmosphere of the occasion appealingly and offer good, perhaps even very good sound for the era and equipment.

His recorder was an inexpensive portable (believed to be a Panasonic) that Ed recalls ran on six AA batteries, likely giving it long battery life and perhaps even improved performance compared to most cheap decks. He paired the recorder with what he calls a cheap Radio Shack microphone that he would stick to the armrest of his seat with tape. The results have little immediate-vicinity audience noise, relatively up-close sound, and while not as sharp or clear as Millard's efforts, are potent just the same. Ed was also good about his tape flips and didn't miss much of the show.

On July 11, Millard only recorded the first 50 or so minutes of the set. Ed's master tapes cover the entire performance. Better still, we believe Ed's recording of the show is uncirculated, so it should be a new, superior source for the middle night of the run. Samples provided.

There has been historic confusion about the dating of the July 11 and 12 performances, but both Mike and Ed marked this performance as July 11 at the time and it is not the same as the shows released in the official Stones vault series on CD or DVD.

Stones expert LetItBleed finds the July 11 performance vastly superior to the sloppy set captured on video the next night. His notes on the show and the dating controversy can be found in Vol. 117 of the Lost and Found series.

Massive thanks to Ed F for lending us his master tapes. He told us he is fairly confident he hadn't played them since 1975 and they had been sitting in a tape case ever since until he gave them to us last year. Old Memorex cassettes are glued into their cases and most squeak like a mofo on playback today, but their oxide has held up and with careful restoration, good transfers are possible.

LetItBleed provided enormous assistance in comparing Ed's recordings to existing official and unofficial sources, which we greatly appreciate. It has been a pleasure collaborating with him. Professor Goody was of course on hand as well to adjust the pitch. Last but not least, our esteemed colleague mjk5510 handled post-production as he does each and every week.

We hope you enjoy this new recording of the Stones in Los Angeles, July 11, 1975. There's more where this came from.

BK for JEMS

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Brown Moses ()
Date: December 26, 2021 07:40

Rolling Stones
The Forum
Inglewood, CA
July 11, 1975
Mike Millard Master Tapes via JEMS
Patches from Ed F Master
The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Volume 117

CONTRAST CLAUSE

Recording Gear: AKG 451E Microphones (CK-1 cardioid capsules) > Nakamichi 550 Cassette Recorder

Transfer: Mike Millard Master Cassette > Yamaha KX-W592 Cassette Deck > Sony R-500 DAT > Analog Master DAT Clone > Focusrite Scarlett 6i6 > Sound Forge Audio Studio 13.0 capture > Adobe Audition > iZotope RX8 > iZotope Ozone 8 > Audacity > TLH > FLAC

01 Honky Tonk Women
02 All Down The Line
03 If You Can't Rock Me > Get Off Of My Cloud
04 Star Star
05 Gimme Shelter
06 Ain't Too Proud To Beg
07 You Gotta Move
08 You Can't Always Get What You Want
09 Happy
10 Tumbling Dice (Ed F recording)
11 It's Only Rock'n Roll (Ed F recording)
12 Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) (Ed F recording)

Known Faults: Start of "You Can't Always Get What You Want" patched with Ed F recording. The end of "Happy," plus "Tumbling Dice," "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll" and "Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) from Ed F recording. The rest of the show is available separately on Ed F's complete recording.

Introduction to the Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Series

Welcome to JEMS’ Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone series presenting recordings made by legendary taper Mike Millard, AKA Mike The Mike, best known for his masters of Led Zeppelin done in and around Los Angeles circa 1975-77. For the complete details on how tapes in this series came to be lost and found again, as well as JEMS' long history with Mike Millard, please refer to the notes in Vol. One: [www.dimeadozen.org].

Until 2020, the Lost and Found series presented fresh transfers of previously unavailable first-generation copies made by Mike himself for friends like Stan Gutoski of JEMS, Jim R, Bill C. and Barry G. These sources were upgrades to circulating copies and in most instances marked the only time verified first generation Millard sources had been directly digitized in the torrent era.

That all changed with the discovery of many of Mike Millard’s original master tapes.

Yes, you read that correctly, Mike Millard’s master cassettes, long rumored to be destroyed or lost, have been found. Not all of them but many, and with them a much more complete picture has emerged of what Millard recorded between his first show in late 1973 and his last in early 1993.

The reason the rediscovery of his master tapes is such a revelation is that we’ve been told for decades they were gone. Internet myths suggest Millard destroyed his master tapes before taking his own life, an imprudent detail likely concocted based on the assumption that because his master tapes never surfaced and Mike’s mental state was troubled he would do something rash WITH HIS LIFE’S WORK. There’s also a version of the story where Mike’s family dumps the tapes after he dies. Why would they do that?

The truth is Mike’s masters remained in his bedroom for many years after his death in 1994. We know at least a few of Millard’s friends and acquaintances contacted his mother Lia inquiring about the tapes at the time to no avail. But in the early 2000s, longtime Millard friend Rob S was the one she knew and trusted enough to preserve Mike’s work.

The full back story on how Mike’s master tapes were saved can be found in the notes for Vol. 18 Pink Floyd, which was the first release in our series transferred from Millard’s original master tapes:

[www.dimeadozen.org]
[www.dimeadozen.org]

Rolling Stones, The Forum, Inglewood, CA, July 11, 1975

We finally arrive at the one of the most famous stands Mike The Mike recorded: the Rolling Stones 1975 performances at The Forum. Mike taped the first, third, fourth and fifth nights of the five-show stand, though as outlined below, there is long-standing confusion about which circulating recordings by all tapers come from which performance.

Some of you have written asking why we hadn't done any of the 1975 Stones tapes. The simple answer is that only one of them is fully unreleased and therefore DIME friendly. Night one on July 9 contains "Sympathy For The Devil," later issued on Love You Live. The fourth and fifth nights are part of the band's official vault release series, though again, collectors have questioned the dates credited on the Eagle Rock DVD. With Mike skipping July 10, that leaves July 11 as the only unencumbered recording, and as fate would have it, that's the night Mike recorded only 45 or so minutes of the concert.

Why did Mike stop taping? We've put that question to some of the friends he was there with that night and the answer seems to be that he was both unhappy with the sound and the people around him who wouldn't calm down and were attracting unwanted attention. With those two factors working against him, he decided shut things down.

As you can hear in the portion of the show he did record, Millard's recording picks up a lot of Keith Richards' guitar amp directly off the stage. The unbalanced sound also leaves Mick's vocals low in the mix. While it is not Mike's best 1975 Stones capture, hearing Keith's guitar so clearly certainly makes for an interesting listen. Through mastering, we did have some luck pulling Mick's vocals a little more forward. Regardless, I found the overall quality to be excellent, which is how Mike rated the recording hmself. Samples provided.

While JEMS considers ourselves relatively Stones savvy, the confusion about these dates and recordings is above our paygrade. For help, we turned to LetItBleed who wrote this in an attempt to explain the July 11/July 12 fuzziness:

"The date of the performance captured on this recording has long been presumed to be July 12, 1975. We now strongly believe it is July 11 and here is why:

Until the official release of the Eagle Rock “LA Friday” companion DVD (an upgrade of the only widely circulating videotaped performance from the 1975 tour),it had always been assumed in collectors’ circles that this particular concert occurred on July 11. The “video concert” has gained questionable fame because it displays some of the worst playing of the entire tour and shows the band on an obvious off night with missed cues, out of tune guitars, sloppy vocals (not the good kind) and a general carelessness by the players (not the cool kind).

The Eagle Rock release credits state that the videotaped concert occurred on July 12. At the time Eagle Rock's LA Friday came out, some believed the credited date to be an error/mislabel for what should have been the "known" July 11 performance.

Mike Millard's friend Ed F recorded all five LA Forum 1975 shows including the “video concert." His cassettes clearly identify that respective recording as July 12 and there is no reason to believe that he was wrong. Nor is it likely Mike Millard got it wrong, too.

The previous assumption of July 11 date for the "video concert," at least to my knowledge, was verified or proven. With that in mind and two completely independent sources attributing the “video concert” to July 12, we now strongly believe that what was always believed to be the July 11 concert is actually July 12 and vice-versa. This is not the video concert, but night three, recorded on July 11.

Unfortunately, during both concerts, there are no comments from the stage which can definitively corroborate the date. However, we feel confident identifying these source recordings as July 11 based on the above evidence."

Or in other words: Eagle Rock was right all along.

###

This release is from Millard's master cassette, transferred to DAT by Rob S in the early 2000s. Rob's contemporaneous notes also credit the recording to July 11.

Mike records his first side of tape, from the show start through "You Gotta Move." On the tape flip, he misses the start of "You Can't Always Get What You Want," which have patched in from our fresh transfer of Ed F's master cassettes. "Happy" follows and Mike gets the first minute or so of the song before rustling around and eventually shutting down his recorder mid-song. We've patched the rest of "Happy" from Ed F's tape, along with what would have been the remainder of side B of the tape through "Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)." Our thinking in presenting it this way is because we are also releasing Ed F's full master recording concurrently with Millard's, completing the first two sides of their composite recording makes it easy to pick up the rest of the show from Ed's master, side three of which begins with "Fingerprint File." One part all Millard; a second Millard and Ed composite.

LetItBleed also had this to say about caliber of the show itself: "Another strong band performance, maybe a notch below the night before during the first part, but things really pick up during the "Happy"/"Tumbling Dice"/"IORR" triplet. It sounds like Mick is giving Keith a few wake-up calls during the first couple of numbers, the latter apparently takes notice and then delivers with gusto."

Here's what Jim R recalled about the third night of the Rolling Stones' LA Forum residency on July 11:

I went with Mike to four out of the five nights of the Rolling Stones at The Forum on July 9-13, 1975. I missed the Thursday July 10th date. I remember that Mike went but did not record for reasons lost to history.

As this is the first Lost and Found series release of the Stones Forum '75 stand, there is a lot to cover. I'll try to be concise.

The Stones implemented a star-shaped stage for LA and NY shows only. The points of the stars could be raised and lowered using hydraulics. This has been well documented. There were three star tips across the front, a middle, left and right. The show opened with the points folded up concealing the band members. With the opening chords of "Honky Tonk Women," Mick was on the top of the middle tip as they were lowered, revealing the stage.

Given this unique stage design, unfortunately there was no seating chart with row and seat numbers ahead of time. It was our practice to carefully scout our seat locations using row and seat positions to acquire the best seats to record from and not get caught.

As a side note, we camped out for tickets for several days to buy tickets, and as luck would have it, we got a pair of seats in the first row in front of the middle tip of the star i.e. Front Row Dead Center!!! Holy Crap. That would have been an extremely high-risk location recording wise. so it is just as well we sold them to a couple of Mike's friends.

Ticket demand for the five shows was very high, leading to this Stones LA Forum stand commanding the first $50 scalped ticket price, a new high-water mark for the secondary market.

On July 11, we sat in what turned out to be Section B, Row E, Seat 14. This translated to row 5, almost dead center. We sat on Keith’s side every night of the stand, including this one, as the tape makes abundantly clear. These should have been killer seats to record from. Too bad Mike didn't get the entire show.

Keep in mind this was 46 years ago, so as far as why the recording was cut short, I cannot confirm nor deny any of the stories out there, other than we did not sit in the front row, we sat in the fifth, somewhat concealed, being in Seats 13 and 14 of a row 20 seats across. This does mean we were only six seats from security sitting in the center aisle of the floor. Regardless, I am sure Mike had a valid reason for stopping the recording on July 11.

Back to the show itself, it was a party scene every night. From our seats it was like the band was playing in a living room, a really big living room. The Forum ceiling was decorated with colorful tapestries and they even removed the scoreboard to accommodate the decorations. The show was a blast. I hope you enjoy Mike's audio tidbit.

Cheers to my buddy Mike. RIP.

###

JEMS is proud to partner with Rob, Jim R, Ed F, Barry G and many others to release Millard's historic recordings and to help set the record straight about the man himself.

We can't thank Rob enough for reconnecting with Jim and putting his trust in our Millard reissue campaign. He kept Mike's precious tapes under wraps for two decades, but once Rob learned of our methods and stewardship, he agreed to contribute the Millard DATs and cassettes to the program. Our releases would not be nearly as compelling without Jim's memories, photos and other background contributions. As many of you have noted, the stories offer an entertaining complement to Mike's incredible audio documents.

Addressing Mike's 1975 Stones recordings has been challenging. We thank LetItBleed for helping us sort through Mike's recordings and Ed's. Speaking of which, we truly appreciate Ed sharing his Memorex master cassettes with us, which deserve to be heard on their own as they really capture the atmosphere of the gig, and also provided key patches to Millard's master. Professor Goody has also been going the extra mile on Stones 1975, helping us pitch adjust and tune up both sources used here. Lastly, Christmas week is busy for all of us, but mjk5510 has kept the factory doors open to deliver another Millard installment along with other tasty goodies.

Finally, cheers to the late, great Mike the MICrophone. His work never ceases to impress. May he rest in peace.

BK for JEMS

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: December 27, 2021 10:25

It's FREELEECH at Dime so grab all you can, your ratio won't move!!!



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2021-12-27 10:55 by dcba.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: mariano ()
Date: December 27, 2021 20:53

smileys with beer

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: December 30, 2021 21:45

ROLLING STONES
SAN DIEGO,CA: SAN DIEGO SPORTS ARENA

2002-11-14

DSM6 -> PACLC -> R-09HR -> Soundforge -> FLAC

01. -intro-
02. Street Fighting Man
03. It's Only Rock 'N' Roll
04. If You Can't Rock Me
05. Don't Stop
06. Bitch
07. Love In Vain
08. Let It Bleed
09. Monkey Man
10. Midnight Rambler
11. Tumbling Dice
12. -band intros-
13. Slipping Away
14. Happy
15. Start Me Up
16. You Got Me Rocking
17. Can't You Hear Me Knocking
18. Honky Tonk Women
19. Satisfaction
20. -catwalk-
21. Neighbors
22. Little Red Rooster
23. Brown Sugar
24. Jumpin' Jack Flash

Size 799.38 MB (838,214,603 bytes)
Added Wed 29th Dec, 2021 19:12 GMT

Upped by ijwthstd (= Dan at IORR)

[www.dimeadozen.org]

[same source as the one used for VGP-332 but Dan's raw recording sounds better than the heavily re-EQ'ed boot. And what a perf!!! This show beats any club-gig from 2002.]



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2021-12-31 11:10 by dcba.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: marko ()
Date: December 31, 2021 07:22

Exellent gig!

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Brown Moses ()
Date: January 2, 2022 14:53

The Rolling Stones

Uncirculated 2nd From Master From Waz From Oz Archives

Los Angeles Forum
Inglewood, Los Angeles
California
USA
9th July 1975

01. Heartbreaker (Incomplete)
02. Fingerprint File
03. Angie
04. Wild Horses
05. That’s Life (Billy Preston)
06. Outta Space (Billy Preston)
07. Brown Sugar
08. Midnight Rambler
09. Rip This Joint
10. Street Fighting Man
11. Jumping Jack Flash
Encore
12. Sympathy For The Devil


Recorded by & thanks to “Fill in the ------".

Cassette dubbed from “Fill in the ------" One Off Master Reel To Reel

2021 Remaster By audiowhore
Artwork By Waz From Oz

Hi All,

In 2021 on DIME there has been some activity regarding the Stones 1975 Los Angeles July concerts.
I’m referring to the torrents of the Mike Millard upgrades plus EdF previously uncirculated recordings.
I’d like to add to these by torrenting an incomplete uncirculated recording of the first night of that 5 night-stand night, the 9th July.

I’ve multiple copies of the 9th July 1975 show: the VGP / DAC / SODD releases plus the TMOQ 2LP set which incidentally according to the book
“A Pigs Tale” was the last official TMOQ release.
I’m under the impression that the source tape used for TMOQ LP’s after all these years still hasn’t surfaced.
Having listened to all the other versions recently I’m sure that this recording is not on any of those releases.

So, if I am correct then this recording is the 4th source for the 9th July show, the others being Millard’s, EdF's & the TMOQ 2 LP.
Sound quality wise I’d rank this 4th source as perhaps a step down from the others but it’s certainly far from unlistenable.

Jagger’s voice isn’t always prominent compared to the rest of the band but all up IMHO the recording has a nice atmospheric feel to it.
Listen to the samples beforehand if in doubt of downloading it.

The story behind this recording.

I've had this recording in my possession since the late 70’s.
My mate KN also a fellow Sydney Stones collector came in contact with a then well-known American Stones collector who was here in Sydney on holiday / vacation in late 1975.
They remained in touch until this collector had to um er go underground, but before he did his vanishing act sometime in the late 70’s he sent KN a batch of Reel To Reels
with Stones concerts from the June / July 1975 US Tour.
These reels were dubbed from his master recordings.

These reels contained the following Stones 1975 shows...

New York City 22nd June

Washington 1st July

Boston 11th & 12th July

Los Angeles 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th & 13th July (Not Mike Millard Recordings)

San Francisco 15th July

Plus, some other Stones odds & sods to fill out the reels.

On the end of the incomplete Los Angeles 9th July 1975 reel was the superior upgrade of the Surrey 1968 rehearsals, which has already been DIMED at

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Not long after receiving the reels KN provided me with copies of the shows on cassette.
In the 80’s KN gave me all the reels to keep, it was then that they were copied onto cassette for a second time using better equipment.
This torrent is from one of those cassettes.

The reels have accompanied me on many moves to new digs.
For the last 20 years they’re been in my parent’s basement.
Sadly, even though they’d been stored well the last time I ventured down into my oldies basement I took a squizz at them,
finding that they have somewhat deteriorated, both the tapes & tape boxes showing signs of decay.
I no longer have a reel to reel player nor access to one so am unable to listen to them to see how bad the damage is.
But as I wrote above I’d made cassette copies of the reels so the music has been saved.

The Recording-

Inside the reel box was a hand-written note stating “I messed up 1st half of show. Don’t ask how I did it – Ha Ha”.
Both the note & the Reel To Reel tape box are included in the artwork.
I was told later what the mess up was but my usually dead set good memory lets me down this time so I can't recall what happened.
The recording kicks off with a faded in already underway Heartbreaker, we get 03.19 of the song.

There’s some talking on the tape but nothing overtly loud or annoying.
After Heartbreaker comes to an end a punter can be heard yelling out a song request, of all songs to yell out for it's Miss Amada Jones from Between The Buttons.
47 years later it still hasn’t made its live debut.
There are early in the show requests for SFT Devil & M Rambler, those fans will be rewarded later that night.
At the start of Wild Horses, a bloke says something about a silverchair, haven’t the foggiest to what he’s referring to, where the seats in the Forum silver?

After Jumping Jack Flash winds up, during the enthusiastic Los Angeles audience calling for an encore, the taper's mate can be heard saying
“I lost, broke my glasses, dropped a whole roll of film someplace, I’ve @#$%& lost everything”.
Poor bugger. Not long after another friend of the taper can be heard saying he’ll call him tomorrow.

The 1975 tour was the first one with Ron Wood replacing Mick Taylor, during which in Richards words Wood & himself kicked off their ancient art of weaving as in their guitar playing.
Unfortunately decades later the ancient art of weaving has turned into the ancient art of unravelling!
The 1975 Tour Of The Americas remains one of my favourite Stones tours.

Thanks to all whom in 2021 downloaded our torrents, also for your supportive comments & PM’s.
There’s more upgrades & uncirculated shows to come.


All the best for 2022.

Cheers,

Waz From Oz & audiowhore

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: gonzalo76 ()
Date: January 2, 2022 18:56

Torrent #721854 The ROLLING STONES 1975-07-09 Los Angeles, CA (previously uncirculated source from the Waz From Oz archives)

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Thank you!!!



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2022-01-03 04:50 by gonzalo76.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: mariano ()
Date: January 3, 2022 02:29

Hi, wt please
Thank you in Advance

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: gonzalo76 ()
Date: January 3, 2022 04:47

Quote
mariano
Hi, wt please
Thank you in Advance

[we.tl]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: mariano ()
Date: January 3, 2022 04:54

gracias Gonzalo76

San Diego '02 ?

smoking smiley

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: wiredallnight ()
Date: January 3, 2022 11:47

Concert & Torrent Info The Rolling Stones The Tonight Show With Charlie Watts March 6th 2014 Newly Remastered Version(T&J-TWOSP-197-198)(T&J)(MK4 Nbox+)(24bit96kHz)
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
1. Concert & Torrent Info
(1) Artist: The Rolling Stones
Band Members:
Mick Jagger - Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica
Keith Richards - Guitars,Vocals
Charlie Watts - Drums
Ronnie Wood - Guitars
Mick Taylor - Guitars, Backing Vocals
Darryl Jones - Bass, Vocal
Bobby Keys - Tenor Saxophone
Chuck Leavell - Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Lisa Fischer - Backing Vocals, Percussion
Bernard Fowler - Backing Vocals, Percussion
Tim Ries - Horns, Keyboard
Matt Clifford -French Horn
Senzoku Freshman Singers Choir: Backing Vocals

(2) Date: March 6th 2014
(3) Venue: Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan
(4) Disc Title & Catalog #: The Tonight Show with Charlie Watts (T&J-TWOSP-197-198)
(5) The Production Team:
The Wall of Sound Project (Box Lunch Project)
a. Tapers: Tom & Jerry
b. Sound Editor: The Naniwa Hot Brothers
c. Art Work Designer: Mickey Jaggar
d. Logistic Support: Taiyaki
(6) Artwork included.

2. Recording + Remastering Info
MK4>Nbox+>M-10(24bit98kHz, line-in, Rec Level 0)>PC
Wav Files (24bit98kHz)
Following are the software used for the post production.
Sound Forge Ver.11
iZotope RX8 & Ozone 7

3. Sound Quality;
EXCELLENT!!!!!

4. File Info;
00.0Flip the Switch on Nbox(Ambient Sound of Tokyo Dome Arena)
00.1Pre-Show Announcement
00.2The Show Starts
00.3 Sound Effects
01.Ladies and Gentlemen the Rolling Stones
02.Jumpin' Jack Flash
03.You Got Me Rocking
04.It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It)
05.Tumbling Dice
06.Ruby Tuesday
07.Doom And Gloom
08.Respectable (with a special guest Tomoyasu Hotei)
09.Honky Tonk Women
10.Band Introductions
11.Slipping Away (with Mick Taylor)
12.Before They Make Me Run
13.Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)
14.Miss You
15.Paint It Black
16.Gimme Shelter
17.Start Me Up
18.Sympathy For The Devil
19.Brown Sugar
20.You Can’t Always Get What You Want
21.(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (with Mick Taylor)
22.After Show Announcement

10. Production Notes
This is newly remastered using several software listed above. We all hope that you will like this remastering work.

11. Tapers Notes
Recorded the fantastic show from the awesome taping position. All we’ve gotta to do is point the mics toward the blasting speaker stacks with no worries. We ran three different set of microphones to capture the best sound at this show, namely MK4s along with Nbox+ as the main rig, DPA4061 powered by Church Pre and DSM-6S/L powered by SP Pre as the back-up rig.

As requested numerous times to share the whole recordings by this person who got us once-in-a-life-time amazing tickets for the face values, we finally share literarily the whole MK4 recording here from the moment when Nbox + was turned on to the last minutes when turned off. Here is everything for you.

Please do not attempt to remaster this recordings. Unless you have the original files to work with, whatever you call what you are currently working on the flac files you obtained here and there is far from the truly remastered works done from the originals. Especially when the original recordings are remastered this much, it is practically impossible to tweak redone the high and low frequencies without totally losing the balance of the dynamic range.

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Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: January 3, 2022 18:05

To follow the great work of jaapdevreugd , here is a new recording of the mighty mick taylor.
MICK TAYLOR & WENTUS BLUES BAND "Swedish tour 2004 in Stockholm

Disc 1:
1. Kiddie-Oh
2. Honey Hush
3. Stop breaking down
4. Fed up with the blues
5. Losing my faith
6. Alabama
7. Taking care of Business
8. Explorer
9. Midnight Fantasy
10. Ventilator Blues

Disc 2 :
1. You Gotta MOve
2. I wonder Why
3. Blind Willie Mc Tell
incl. Lyala & All along the Watchtower
4. Can't You Hear me Knocking
5. No Expectation

lineage: CDr trade/ Bonk enc flac encoder/You
Very clear Audience sound recording.

Mick Taylor :vocals guitare
Juno Kinaret :vocals percussions
Niiko Riipa :guitars
Kim Wikman : guitars
Robban Hagnas : bass
Mikael Axelqvist : drums

Upped by: gibsonsg21

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