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Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: werther2003 ()
Date: November 18, 2019 18:31

The Rolling Stones
Sunday June 1st 2014
Stadion Letzigrund - Zurich, Switzerland


01 Intro
02 Start Me Up
03 You Got Me Rocking
04 It's Only Rock'n Roll
05 Tumbling Dice
06 Worried About You
07 Doom & Gloom
08 Let's Spend The Night Together
09 Out Of Control
10 Honky Tonk Women
11 Band introductions
12 You Got The Silver
13 Can't Be Seen
14 Midnight Rambler
15 Miss You
16 Gimme Shelter
17 Juming Jack Flash
18 Sympathy For The Devil
19 Brown Sugar
20 Encore Break
21 You Can't Always Get What You Want
22 Satisfaction

Source Info: Neumann KM140's > TinyBox > Sony M10 (Some EQ and Level fixing was applied)

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: wiredallnight ()
Date: November 19, 2019 20:00

No new recording, it's this one: [iorr.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: December 26, 2019 15:59

FREELEECH on the entire site till the end of the year! smileys with beer smileys with beer smileys with beer

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: hj3009 ()
Date: January 8, 2020 20:17

The Rolling Stones - 2019-07-03 - FedEx Field - Landover, MD

[www.dimeadozen.org]

The Rolling Stones
2019.07.03
FedExField
Landover, MD

Taped and transferred by opsopcopolis

Lineage: CA-11 > Ugly Battery Box > Sony M10 > WAV > ProTools > WAV > xACT > FLAC

Setlist:
01. Jumpin' Jack Flash
02. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)
03. Tumbling Dice
04. You Got Me Rocking
05. Mercy, Mercy
06. Rocks Off
07. You Can't Always Get What You Want
08. Angie
09. Let It Bleed
10. Sympathy for the Devil
11. Honky Tonk Women
12. Slipping Away
13. Before They Make Me Run
14. Miss You
15. Paint It Black
16. Midnight Rambler
17. Start Me Up
18. Brown Sugar

19. Gimme Shelter
20. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: andrews27 ()
Date: February 16, 2020 07:35

Queen
The Forum
Inglewood, CA
March 3, 1977
Mike Millard Original Master Tapes via JEMS
The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Volume 19

Offered for Mike Millard fans. Hall sound is very familiar from the Stones 1975 weekend run at the Forum.

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Use search term +Millard at Dime to see recently released 1970s Floyd, Bowie, Faces, more by Mike Millard at various LA locations.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2020-02-16 09:02 by andrews27.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: rovalle ()
Date: March 7, 2020 17:41

Marseilles June 26, 2018 IEM Matrix

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: hj3009 ()
Date: March 7, 2020 17:49

Hi!
I'm zipping it right now, should be posting in a few minutes (wetransfer).
Cheers
Hervé

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: rovalle ()
Date: March 23, 2020 16:45

[www.dimeadozen.org]


The Rolling Stones Hear it Like The Stones On August 1 And 5, 2019 NF10

Lineage:
HJ3009’s silvers. Received today, Monday, March 23rd.
Brand new. Not played before ripping.
EAC (secure mode) > WAV (& spectrograms included)
Trader’s Little Helper > FLAC Level 08 (checksums included)
Tracker > You

Setlist:

CD 01 METLIFE STADIUM, EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ AUGUST 1, 2019 - PART 1

01. OPENING
02. STREET FIGHTING MAN
03. LET'S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER
04. TUMBLING DICE
05. SHE'S A RAINBOW (VOTE SONG)
06. YOU CAN'T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT
07. SWEET VIRGINIA (B-STAGE ACOUSTIC)
08. DEAD FLOWERS (B-STAGE ACOUSTIC)
09. SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL
10. HONKY TONK WOMEN
11. BAND INTRODUCTIONS
12. SLIPPING AWAY (KEITH)
13. BEFORE THEY MAKE ME RUN (KEITH)

CD 02 METLIFE STADIUM, EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ AUGUST 1, 2019 - PART 2

01. MISS YOU
02. PAINT IT BLACK
03. MIDNIGHT RAMBLER
04. START ME UP
05. JUMPIN' JACK FLASH
06. BROWN SUGAR
07. GIMME SHELTER
08. (I CAN'T GET NO) SATISFACTION

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: hj3009 ()
Date: March 23, 2020 18:07

Hi!
I'm about to post it here soon with part two.
7zip is working at the time.
A few minutes patience...
Cheers.
Hervé

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: mariano ()
Date: March 23, 2020 18:46

smileys with beer

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: wiredallnight ()
Date: March 23, 2020 20:24

Is it daspyknows' recording again?

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: hj3009 ()
Date: March 23, 2020 21:53

Quote
wiredallnight
Is it daspyknows' recording again?

Sorry, I can't answer this question.
I just share what I received todayand gave the info I had.
Please compare yourself.
I'll be glad to know what you think.

Cheers

Hervé

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: hj3009 ()
Date: March 23, 2020 22:24

Hi everybody!
Just to tell you:
What I shared here is what I've received.
I have no other info than what's on/in the box.
Which sources the bootleggers used, I can't tell.
Please let me share it with the info I got, don't ask for what I can't answer.
I quote: "Is it daspyknows' recording again?"
I don't know.
I respect daspyknows and his recordings, his wishesabout sharing, remastering...
I downloaded a few days ago what daspyknows upped @ electricladyland
Rolling Stones 2019 08 05 aud mk41 eastrutherford flac16
Rolling Stones 2019 08 01 aud mk41 eastrutherford flac16
But I didn't compare with my upload.

This upload is The Rolling Stones Hear it Like The Stones On August 1 And 5, 2019 NF10

Hope you'll enjoy it, you're free to get it or not.
Cheers
Hervé

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: andrews27 ()
Date: March 25, 2020 22:44

On Trader's Den (maybe on Dime next...):

[www.thetradersden.org]

Previously Uncirculated

Rolling Stones
"Steel Wheels Tour"
BC Place Stadium
Vancouver, BC
November 1, 1989

** 16 BIT **

Source: Sony FM/AM Stereo Cassette-Corder WM-F46 with supplied mic > Master cassettes (2 x Maxell XLII)
Transfer: Master cassettes > Pioneer CT-F500 (azimuth adjusted) > Focusrite Scarlett 4I4 3rd Generation USB Audio Interface > Sound Forge Pro 11.0 (Build 299) (Dell PRECISION M6800 laptop) > .WAV
Mastering: .WAV > Sound Forge Pro 11.0 Build 299 [splicing; minor edits, normalize, & fades; Boz Digital Labs T-Bone plug-in (slant EQ)] > iZotope RX7 Advanced v7.01.315 (De-click) > CDWav (tracking) > iZotope MBIT+ (dithered and downsampled to 16
bit/44.1 kHz) > Trader's Little Helper (level 5) > FLAC > TagScanner 6.0.35 (tagging)
Location: "Fairly close", off to the side, stage left
Taped by: "crowflies"
Transferred & mastered by: Dennis Orr

Setlist: (2:13:35)
01 Intro/Crowd
02 Start Me Up
03 Bitch
04 Sad Sad Sad
05 Undercover Of The Night
06 Harlem Shuffle
07 Tumbling Dice
08 Miss You
09 Ruby Tuesday
10 Play With Fire
11 Rock And A Hard Place
12 Mixed Emotions
13 Honky Tonk Women
14 Midnight Rambler
15 You Can't Always Get What You Want
16 Little Red Rooster
17 Can't Be Seen (1)
18 Happy (1)
19 Paint It Black
20 2000 Light Years From Home >
21 Sympathy For The Devil
22 Gimme Shelter
23 Band Intros
24 It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It)
25 Brown Sugar
26 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
27 Encore Break
- Encore -
28 Jumpin' Jack Flash
29 Crowd

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: blakeeik ()
Date: March 25, 2020 23:55

Quote
andrews27
On Trader's Den (maybe on Dime next...):

[www.thetradersden.org]

Previously Uncirculated

Rolling Stones
"Steel Wheels Tour"
BC Place Stadium
Vancouver, BC
November 1, 1989

Thanks for the tip! This one never circulated in its entirety before.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: April 14, 2020 23:51

Rolling Stones
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY (USA)
June 24, 1975
Audience Master
From the JEMS archive
Transferred and Presented By Krw_co


LINEAGE AUDIENCE ANALOG MASTER >NAKAMICHI DR-1 (W/MANUAL AZIMUTH ADJUSTMENT)>
CREATIVE SOUNDBLASTER X-FI HD MODEL #SB1240 WAV (24/96KHZ)>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB FOR
KRW TRACK MARKS VOLUME ADJUSTMENT AND EDITS>WAV 16/44.1>TRADERS LITTLE HELPER FLAC LEVEL 8

**This analog master from the JEMS archive was baked and re-shelled by KRW_CO.
Prior to the bake, this recording was completely inaudible due to SSS (sticky shed syndrome).
This isn't perfect however it is now listenable and was thankfully able to be salvaged**

SETLIST
1 Intro
2 Honky Tonk Women
3 All Down The Line
4 Lady Jane Interlude
5 If You Can't Rock Me
6 Get Off Of My Cloud
7 Star Star
8 Gimme Shelter
9 Ain't Too Proud To Beg
10 You Gotta Move
11 You Can't Always Get What You Want
12 Band Intros
13 Tumbling Dice
14 It's Only Rock'n'roll
15 Heartbreaker (fragment)
16 Fingerprint File
17 Angie
18 Wild Horses
That's Life(not recorded)
Outta Space(not recorded)
19 Brown Sugar
20 Midnight Rambler
21 Rip This Joint
22 Street Fighting Man(end cut)

Thank you to JEMS for allowing us to transfer and present these shows to you.
Special thanks to Jared and Stan for their many years of taping & archiving.
Many Thanks to Butterking for making these shows available to everybody.

If you have masters and/or known generation recordings that you need assistance with
transferring/archiving, please contact us via email at krwcoarchiving@gmail.com.


PLEASE DON'T ALTER OR SELL THIS RECORDING.


Size 1.21 GB (1,300,430,069 bytes)
Added Tue 14th Apr, 2020 18:41 GMT

Upped by KRW_CO

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: marko ()
Date: April 15, 2020 15:54

anyone upload this here?

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: April 15, 2020 16:08

ROLLING STONES
L'Olympia Theatre
Paris France
April 18th, 1965
"MUSICORAMA"
French Radio Broadcast (Europe 1)
Unknown Generation Reel to Reel
From The JEMS Archive
Transferred and Presented By Krw_co


LINEAGE EUROPE 1 PARIS FRANCE RADIO BROADCAST>REEL @ 3 & 3/4 IPS>AKAI GX 4000-D REEL TO REEL>
CREATIVE SOUNDBLASTER X-FI HD MODEL #SB1240WAV (24/96KHZ)>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB
FOR KRW TRACK MARKS EDITS AND VOLUME ADJUSTMENT>WAV 16/44.1>TRADERS LITTLE HELPER FLAC (LEVEL 8)

SETLIST
1 Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
2 Around and Around
3 Off The Hook
4 Time Is On My Side
5 Carol
6 It's All Over Now
7 Little Red Rooster
8 Route 66
9 Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
(edit at 00:24:47:16)
10 The Last Time
11 I'm Alright
12 Craw-Dad

Late in January, JEMS lost a second founding member, the great Stan Gutoski.
Stan recorded hundreds of shows in and around the Seattle area starting in 1972 and kept taping over five decades.
He was famous for recording shows on a Tandberg full-track mono reel to reel, and his masters of Led Zeppelin,
Bruce Springsteen, The Who, David Bowie, CSNY and Joni Mitchell are some of the best '70s recordings of those artists.

What is less widely known about Stan is that he was equally committed to recording radio broadcasts on his home reel to reel which was a Revox B77.
If any local Seattle station was broadcasting a live concert or carrying a syndicated concert series, Stan fired up the recorder,
sometimes going to sleep with an alarm to wake him up to flip the tape (his job in the postal service required him to report to work very early).
He also set up a timer system to record broadcasts when he couldn't be there to start the deck.

BK for JEMS


Size 194.35 MB (203,794,181 bytes)
Added Wed 15th Apr, 2020 12:13 GMT

Upped by KRW_CO

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Brown Moses ()
Date: April 26, 2020 19:21


Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: April 27, 2020 10:07

More info to Brown Moses' link:

THE ROLLING STONES
Boston Garden
Boston, MA
July 18th, 1972
A Joe Maloney Master Recording
Transferred and Presented By Krw_co
NEW 2019 TRANSFER

contrast clause this torrent is different than
[www.dimeadozen.org] (24/96 version)
because this is the 16/44.1 version for cd burning

LINEAGE AUDIENCE ANALOG MASTER CASSETTE>NAKAMICHI DR-1 (W/MANUAL AZIMUTH ADJUSTMENT)>
CREATIVE SOUNDBLASTER X-FI HD MODEL #SB1240 WAV (24/96KHZ)>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB FOR
KRW TRACK MARKS VOLUME ADJUSTMENT AND EDITS>WAV 16 44.1>TRADERS LITTLE HELPER FLAC (LEVEL 8)

THE BAND
Mick Jagger vocals harmonica tambourine
Keith Richards electric guitar vocals
Bill Wyman bass
Charlie Watts drums
Mick Taylor lead guitar
Nicky Hopkins Keyboards
Bobby Keys saxophone
Jim Price trumpet

SETLIST
1 Announcement 1
2 Announcement 2
3 Announcement 3
4 Announcement 4
5 Announcement 5
6 Announcement 6
7 Band Intro
8 Brown Sugar
9 Bitch
10 Rocks Off
11 Gimme Shelter
12 Happy
13 Tumbling Dice
14 Love In Vain
15 Sweet Virginia
16 You Can't Alway's Get What You Want(tape flip edit in song at 00:45:31:06)
17 All Down The Line
18 Midnight Rambler
19 Band Introduction
20 Bye Bye Johnny
21 Rip This Joint
22 Jumpin' Jack Flash
23 Street Fighting Man
24 Honky Tonk Woman
25 Closing Announcement

JOE'S MEMORIES:
When tickets for the 1972 tour went on sale, they were only available through a mail order lottery. There was an order form published in the newspaper,
which had to be filled out and mailed in, indicating the date of the show you wanted, your choice of ticket prices ($5.50, $6.50, or $7.50),
and how many tickets you wanted (there was a limit of four) and a Money Order payment, with a self addressed, stamped envelope.
Then you waited. If they chose your envelope, you got tickets. If the show sold out, you got your envelope back, marked "Return To Sender".
I was lucky enough to get tickets for both the July 18th and July 19th shows at Boston Garden. I sold the tickets for the 19th to a coworker,
who was unable to get tickets for himself, and after the experience of the show on the 18th, I'm glad I did, because I don't think I would have
had enough energy to get back to Boston for the second show. July 18th was a hot, humid day and the Boston Garden was a brick and concrete arena
that was built in 1928 and, as many times as I went there, I don't remember ever feeling any air conditioning in the summer months,
so as we got to our seats and waited for the show to start, we found ourselves shrouded in a haze of hot, humid air and cigarette smoke.
The concert started on time, with Stevie Wonder and his band doing an energetic, one hour opening set. After Stevie left the stage,
we expected to have a short intermission, while the road crew finished setting up the Stones' equipment. Twenty minutes went by, then thirty,
then forty five minutes came and went. Finally, Chip Monck (the voice of Woodstock), who was introducing the acts, came out and let us know that,
due to heavy fog at Logan Airport, the Stones' plane, flying from Montreal to Boston, had to be diverted to T.F. Green Airport, in Warwick, Rhode Island
and they would have to be brought to the show by limousine, which should have taken about 45 minutes. Unfortunately, while at the airport in Warwick,
a photographer who had been annoying Mick and Keith, while they were trying to get to their rides, ended up getting a few punches from them and they
were arrested and taken into custody. We were unaware of all this, until Chip came back out to explain the situation, after another half hour, or so,
had gone by. Meanwhile, since it was the early 70s and race relations in Boston weren't going to well, a riot and some fires had broken out in the
Roxbury section of town. Boston's Mayor, Kevin White, hoping to keep from having to deal with more unrest at the Garden, put in a call to the Warwick Police
Department and arranged to get Mick and Keith released, so they would be able to get to the show and not have 15,000 disappointed and angry Rolling Stones
fans adding to more problems in the streets. Chip came back on stage and introduced the Mayor to the restless crowd. Mayor White said that Mick and Keith
were on their way to the show, but that "my city is in flames". He explained to the audience that he had to remove the police officers,
who were there for security at the show, so he could send them to help out with the situation in Roxbury. He asked the crowd to be calm and keep
the situation controlled after the officers left and that he knew that everything would turn out well at the show. Stevie's set had ended at 9:00 p.m.
and, at this point, it was close to midnight. Things stayed calm and relaxed for a while longer, then, at about 12:15 a.m., on July 19th,
Chip came on stage to announce that Mick and Keith were there and the show would start shortly. After he gave some instructions about taking flash photos,
only during the first song, we finally heard those famous words, "Ladies and Gentlemen, the Rolling Stones" and the longest wait of my concert
going experience was over. The opening notes of "Brown Sugar" rang out and the crowd came back to life, clapping along with the music.
They did the 14 song, 70 minute set that we had read about, but as a "thank you" for the wait that we had endured, they did one of the few encores
of the tour and came back to do "Honky Tonk Women". The Stones finally left the stage at about 2:00 a.m., but our evening wasn't over, yet!
After going through the exhausting experience of this show, we still had to make the 2 hour,100 mile return home.
By that time, the roads were pretty quiet , so everything turned out well and we got back home at about 4:30 a.m.,
tired but glad we had been there. Over the years, stories have surfaced that say Stevie played a second set that night,
to fill the time while we waited for the Stones to arrive and there's another version of the story that appears on page 267 of the 1974 book
"S.T.P. A Journey Through America with the Rolling Stones" by Robert Greenfield, that says that Stevie did a two hour opening set,
with an encore, and was asked to play another 20 - 30 minutes. None of this is true! They're both "Urban Myths" that had to be created by someone who,
either wasn't actually there, or had taken too many "treats" from the pill jar. Stevie and the band played for an hour,
then we sat and waited for three and a half hours, until the Stones hit the stage at 12:30 a.m. And That's the way it was!
The only "down side" of the show was when I discovered that, due to the fact that I had recorded some of the announcements from the stage while
we waited for Mick and Keith, I didn't see that the tape had run out early in "You Can't Always Get What You Want",
so I didn't flip the tape until just before the song ended. and we didn't get to see the "Satisfaction/Uptight"
medley that the Stones did with Stevie and his band as an encore at some of tour stops,
but for $7.50 a ticket, we got more than our money's worth at this one!

Many Many Thanks To Joe

If you have masters and/or known generation recordings that you need assistance with
transferring/archiving, please contact us via email at krwcoarchiving@gmail.com.

PLEASE DON'T POST THIS ON ANY OTHER TRACKERS.
AND PLEASE DON'T ALTER OR SELL THIS RECORDING.
AS ALWAYS ENJOY CHEERS KRW_CO

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: April 27, 2020 10:09

And another new upload:

[www.dimeadozen.org]

ROLLING STONES
Cobo Arena
Detroit MI.
July 27th, 1975
Audience First Generation
From the JEMS archive
Transferred and Presented By Krw_co

contrast clause this torrent is different than
[www.dimeadozen.org] (24/96 version)
because this is the 16/44.1 version for cd burning

LINEAGE AUDIENCE ANALOG FIRST GENERATION >NAKAMICHI DR-1 (W/MANUAL AZIMUTH ADJUSTMENT)>
CREATIVE SOUNDBLASTER X-FI HD MODEL #SB1240 WAV (24/96KHZ)>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB FOR
KRW TRACK MARKS VOLUME ADJUSTMENT AND EDITS>WAV 16/44.1>TRADERS LITTLE HELPER FLAC LEVEL 8

THE BAND
Mick Jagger lead vocals harmonica
Keith Richards guitar lead and backing vocals
Charlie Watts drums
Ronnie Wood guitar backing vocals
Bill Wyman bass guitar
Billy Preston keyboards backing vocals
Ollie E. Brown percussion backing vocals

SETLIST
1 Honky Tonk Women
2 All Down The Line
3 If You Can't Rock Me
4 Get Off Of My Cloud
5 Star Star
6 Gimme Shelter
7 Ain't Too Proud To Beg
8 You Gotta Move (cut)
(tape flip edit at 00:31:40:07)
9 You Can't Always Get What You Want (cuts in)
10 Happy
(pause edit at 00:37:13:06)
11 Tumbling Dice
12 It's Only Rock'n'roll
13 Fingerprint File
(tape flip edit at 00:55:46:06)
14 Wild Horses
15 That's Life
16 Outta Space
17 Brown Sugar
18 Midnight Rambler
19 Rip This Joint
(tape flip edit at 01:25:37:11)
20 Street Fighting Man
21 Jumping Jack Flash
22 Thank you, Goodnight

Thank you to JEMS for allowing us to transfer and present these shows to you.
Special thanks to Jared and Stan for their many years of taping & archiving.
Many Thanks to Butterking for making these shows available to everybody.

If you have masters and/or known generation recordings that you need assistance with
transferring/archiving, please contact us via email at krwcoarchiving@gmail.com.

PLEASE DON'T POST THIS ON ANY OTHER TRACKERS.
AND PLEASE DON'T ALTER OR SELL THIS RECORDING.
AS ALWAYS ENJOY CHEERS KRW_CO



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2020-04-27 10:10 by Rank Stranger.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: GivenToFly15 ()
Date: April 27, 2020 22:03

Quote
Rank Stranger
More info to Brown Moses' link:

THE ROLLING STONES
Boston Garden
Boston, MA
July 18th, 1972
A Joe Maloney Master Recording
Transferred and Presented By Krw_co
NEW 2019 TRANSFER

contrast clause this torrent is different than
[www.dimeadozen.org] (24/96 version)
because this is the 16/44.1 version for cd burning

LINEAGE AUDIENCE ANALOG MASTER CASSETTE>NAKAMICHI DR-1 (W/MANUAL AZIMUTH ADJUSTMENT)>
CREATIVE SOUNDBLASTER X-FI HD MODEL #SB1240 WAV (24/96KHZ)>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB FOR
KRW TRACK MARKS VOLUME ADJUSTMENT AND EDITS>WAV 16 44.1>TRADERS LITTLE HELPER FLAC (LEVEL 8)

THE BAND
Mick Jagger vocals harmonica tambourine
Keith Richards electric guitar vocals
Bill Wyman bass
Charlie Watts drums
Mick Taylor lead guitar
Nicky Hopkins Keyboards
Bobby Keys saxophone
Jim Price trumpet

SETLIST
1 Announcement 1
2 Announcement 2
3 Announcement 3
4 Announcement 4
5 Announcement 5
6 Announcement 6
7 Band Intro
8 Brown Sugar
9 Bitch
10 Rocks Off
11 Gimme Shelter
12 Happy
13 Tumbling Dice
14 Love In Vain
15 Sweet Virginia
16 You Can't Alway's Get What You Want(tape flip edit in song at 00:45:31:06)
17 All Down The Line
18 Midnight Rambler
19 Band Introduction
20 Bye Bye Johnny
21 Rip This Joint
22 Jumpin' Jack Flash
23 Street Fighting Man
24 Honky Tonk Woman
25 Closing Announcement

JOE'S MEMORIES:
When tickets for the 1972 tour went on sale, they were only available through a mail order lottery. There was an order form published in the newspaper,
which had to be filled out and mailed in, indicating the date of the show you wanted, your choice of ticket prices ($5.50, $6.50, or $7.50),
and how many tickets you wanted (there was a limit of four) and a Money Order payment, with a self addressed, stamped envelope.
Then you waited. If they chose your envelope, you got tickets. If the show sold out, you got your envelope back, marked "Return To Sender".
I was lucky enough to get tickets for both the July 18th and July 19th shows at Boston Garden. I sold the tickets for the 19th to a coworker,
who was unable to get tickets for himself, and after the experience of the show on the 18th, I'm glad I did, because I don't think I would have
had enough energy to get back to Boston for the second show. July 18th was a hot, humid day and the Boston Garden was a brick and concrete arena
that was built in 1928 and, as many times as I went there, I don't remember ever feeling any air conditioning in the summer months,
so as we got to our seats and waited for the show to start, we found ourselves shrouded in a haze of hot, humid air and cigarette smoke.
The concert started on time, with Stevie Wonder and his band doing an energetic, one hour opening set. After Stevie left the stage,
we expected to have a short intermission, while the road crew finished setting up the Stones' equipment. Twenty minutes went by, then thirty,
then forty five minutes came and went. Finally, Chip Monck (the voice of Woodstock), who was introducing the acts, came out and let us know that,
due to heavy fog at Logan Airport, the Stones' plane, flying from Montreal to Boston, had to be diverted to T.F. Green Airport, in Warwick, Rhode Island
and they would have to be brought to the show by limousine, which should have taken about 45 minutes. Unfortunately, while at the airport in Warwick,
a photographer who had been annoying Mick and Keith, while they were trying to get to their rides, ended up getting a few punches from them and they
were arrested and taken into custody. We were unaware of all this, until Chip came back out to explain the situation, after another half hour, or so,
had gone by. Meanwhile, since it was the early 70s and race relations in Boston weren't going to well, a riot and some fires had broken out in the
Roxbury section of town. Boston's Mayor, Kevin White, hoping to keep from having to deal with more unrest at the Garden, put in a call to the Warwick Police
Department and arranged to get Mick and Keith released, so they would be able to get to the show and not have 15,000 disappointed and angry Rolling Stones
fans adding to more problems in the streets. Chip came back on stage and introduced the Mayor to the restless crowd. Mayor White said that Mick and Keith
were on their way to the show, but that "my city is in flames". He explained to the audience that he had to remove the police officers,
who were there for security at the show, so he could send them to help out with the situation in Roxbury. He asked the crowd to be calm and keep
the situation controlled after the officers left and that he knew that everything would turn out well at the show. Stevie's set had ended at 9:00 p.m.
and, at this point, it was close to midnight. Things stayed calm and relaxed for a while longer, then, at about 12:15 a.m., on July 19th,
Chip came on stage to announce that Mick and Keith were there and the show would start shortly. After he gave some instructions about taking flash photos,
only during the first song, we finally heard those famous words, "Ladies and Gentlemen, the Rolling Stones" and the longest wait of my concert
going experience was over. The opening notes of "Brown Sugar" rang out and the crowd came back to life, clapping along with the music.
They did the 14 song, 70 minute set that we had read about, but as a "thank you" for the wait that we had endured, they did one of the few encores
of the tour and came back to do "Honky Tonk Women". The Stones finally left the stage at about 2:00 a.m., but our evening wasn't over, yet!
After going through the exhausting experience of this show, we still had to make the 2 hour,100 mile return home.
By that time, the roads were pretty quiet , so everything turned out well and we got back home at about 4:30 a.m.,
tired but glad we had been there. Over the years, stories have surfaced that say Stevie played a second set that night,
to fill the time while we waited for the Stones to arrive and there's another version of the story that appears on page 267 of the 1974 book
"S.T.P. A Journey Through America with the Rolling Stones" by Robert Greenfield, that says that Stevie did a two hour opening set,
with an encore, and was asked to play another 20 - 30 minutes. None of this is true! They're both "Urban Myths" that had to be created by someone who,
either wasn't actually there, or had taken too many "treats" from the pill jar. Stevie and the band played for an hour,
then we sat and waited for three and a half hours, until the Stones hit the stage at 12:30 a.m. And That's the way it was!
The only "down side" of the show was when I discovered that, due to the fact that I had recorded some of the announcements from the stage while
we waited for Mick and Keith, I didn't see that the tape had run out early in "You Can't Always Get What You Want",
so I didn't flip the tape until just before the song ended. and we didn't get to see the "Satisfaction/Uptight"
medley that the Stones did with Stevie and his band as an encore at some of tour stops,
but for $7.50 a ticket, we got more than our money's worth at this one!

Many Many Thanks To Joe

If you have masters and/or known generation recordings that you need assistance with
transferring/archiving, please contact us via email at krwcoarchiving@gmail.com.

PLEASE DON'T POST THIS ON ANY OTHER TRACKERS.
AND PLEASE DON'T ALTER OR SELL THIS RECORDING.
AS ALWAYS ENJOY CHEERS KRW_CO

Is there anything new here?

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: marko ()
Date: April 28, 2020 07:20

Quote
Rank Stranger
And another new upload:

[www.dimeadozen.org]

ROLLING STONES
Cobo Arena
Detroit MI.
July 27th, 1975
Audience First Generation
From the JEMS archive
Transferred and Presented By Krw_co

contrast clause this torrent is different than
[www.dimeadozen.org] (24/96 version)
because this is the 16/44.1 version for cd burning

LINEAGE AUDIENCE ANALOG FIRST GENERATION >NAKAMICHI DR-1 (W/MANUAL AZIMUTH ADJUSTMENT)>
CREATIVE SOUNDBLASTER X-FI HD MODEL #SB1240 WAV (24/96KHZ)>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB FOR
KRW TRACK MARKS VOLUME ADJUSTMENT AND EDITS>WAV 16/44.1>TRADERS LITTLE HELPER FLAC LEVEL 8

THE BAND
Mick Jagger lead vocals harmonica
Keith Richards guitar lead and backing vocals
Charlie Watts drums
Ronnie Wood guitar backing vocals
Bill Wyman bass guitar
Billy Preston keyboards backing vocals
Ollie E. Brown percussion backing vocals

SETLIST
1 Honky Tonk Women
2 All Down The Line
3 If You Can't Rock Me
4 Get Off Of My Cloud
5 Star Star
6 Gimme Shelter
7 Ain't Too Proud To Beg
8 You Gotta Move (cut)
(tape flip edit at 00:31:40:07)
9 You Can't Always Get What You Want (cuts in)
10 Happy
(pause edit at 00:37:13:06)
11 Tumbling Dice
12 It's Only Rock'n'roll
13 Fingerprint File
(tape flip edit at 00:55:46:06)
14 Wild Horses
15 That's Life
16 Outta Space
17 Brown Sugar
18 Midnight Rambler
19 Rip This Joint
(tape flip edit at 01:25:37:11)
20 Street Fighting Man
21 Jumping Jack Flash
22 Thank you, Goodnight

Thank you to JEMS for allowing us to transfer and present these shows to you.
Special thanks to Jared and Stan for their many years of taping & archiving.
Many Thanks to Butterking for making these shows available to everybody.

If you have masters and/or known generation recordings that you need assistance with
transferring/archiving, please contact us via email at krwcoarchiving@gmail.com.

PLEASE DON'T POST THIS ON ANY OTHER TRACKERS.
AND PLEASE DON'T ALTER OR SELL THIS RECORDING.
AS ALWAYS ENJOY CHEERS KRW_CO


Can you share this one here?

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: GivenToFly15 ()
Date: April 28, 2020 15:18

Quote
marko
Quote
Rank Stranger
And another new upload:

[www.dimeadozen.org]

ROLLING STONES
Cobo Arena
Detroit MI.
July 27th, 1975
Audience First Generation
From the JEMS archive
Transferred and Presented By Krw_co

contrast clause this torrent is different than
[www.dimeadozen.org] (24/96 version)
because this is the 16/44.1 version for cd burning

LINEAGE AUDIENCE ANALOG FIRST GENERATION >NAKAMICHI DR-1 (W/MANUAL AZIMUTH ADJUSTMENT)>
CREATIVE SOUNDBLASTER X-FI HD MODEL #SB1240 WAV (24/96KHZ)>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB FOR
KRW TRACK MARKS VOLUME ADJUSTMENT AND EDITS>WAV 16/44.1>TRADERS LITTLE HELPER FLAC LEVEL 8

THE BAND
Mick Jagger lead vocals harmonica
Keith Richards guitar lead and backing vocals
Charlie Watts drums
Ronnie Wood guitar backing vocals
Bill Wyman bass guitar
Billy Preston keyboards backing vocals
Ollie E. Brown percussion backing vocals

SETLIST
1 Honky Tonk Women
2 All Down The Line
3 If You Can't Rock Me
4 Get Off Of My Cloud
5 Star Star
6 Gimme Shelter
7 Ain't Too Proud To Beg
8 You Gotta Move (cut)
(tape flip edit at 00:31:40:07)
9 You Can't Always Get What You Want (cuts in)
10 Happy
(pause edit at 00:37:13:06)
11 Tumbling Dice
12 It's Only Rock'n'roll
13 Fingerprint File
(tape flip edit at 00:55:46:06)
14 Wild Horses
15 That's Life
16 Outta Space
17 Brown Sugar
18 Midnight Rambler
19 Rip This Joint
(tape flip edit at 01:25:37:11)
20 Street Fighting Man
21 Jumping Jack Flash
22 Thank you, Goodnight

Thank you to JEMS for allowing us to transfer and present these shows to you.
Special thanks to Jared and Stan for their many years of taping & archiving.
Many Thanks to Butterking for making these shows available to everybody.

If you have masters and/or known generation recordings that you need assistance with
transferring/archiving, please contact us via email at krwcoarchiving@gmail.com.

PLEASE DON'T POST THIS ON ANY OTHER TRACKERS.
AND PLEASE DON'T ALTER OR SELL THIS RECORDING.
AS ALWAYS ENJOY CHEERS KRW_CO


Can you share this one here?

Here you go:
[we.tl]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: marko ()
Date: April 28, 2020 16:07

Thank you once again,i will compare this to my very old tape recording.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: wiredallnight ()
Date: April 28, 2020 17:11

Quote
marko
Thank you once again,i will compare this to my very old tape recording.

if your very old tape recording is the same as mine, this one here is a new and better source! >grinning smiley< Thanks for posting.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: marko ()
Date: April 28, 2020 18:39

Yes,this sounds "much" better,clearer but a little bit distorted sound but i don´t care smileys with beer

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: HEILOOBAAS ()
Date: April 28, 2020 18:57

I have one or both DET 75 shows, I'll hunt them down and upload them. Another excuse to put off the housework!


"The Rolling Stones wanted to destroy hotel rooms.
Roxy Music wanted to redecorate them."

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: werther2003 ()
Date: May 3, 2020 16:47

The Faces

1974 Australasian Tour
Hordern Pavilion
Sydney, NSW
Australia
9th February 1974

01. The Stripper Intro
02. It’s All Over Now
03. I’m Losing You
04. Angel
05. True Blue
06. Stay With Me
07. I’d Rather Go Blind
08. Memphis Tennessee
09. My Fault (Ron Wood On Lead Vocals)
10. Too Bad > Kenny Jones Drum Solo > Every Picture Tells A Story
11. You Wear It Well
12. Maggie May
13. I Wish It Would Rain
14. Borstal Boys Medley > Plynth > Amazing Grace > Gasoline Alley > Borstal Boys
15. Twisting The Night Away > One Last Sweet Cheerio (Acappella)
encore
16. Pool Hall Richard (incomplete)

========

Tape By Waz From Oz & Ruby
2019/2020 digitisation from master tape and mixing by audiowhore
Cover art photos from the 1st February 1974 Sydney show by Phil Morris
Additional photos included with this torrent by Recy were taken at this Hordern concert - 9 Feb 1974.

========

The Band
Rod Stewart – Vocals
Ron Wood – Guitar & Backing Vocals
Ian McLagan – Keyboards & Backing Vocals
Kenny Jones – Drums
Tetsu Yamauchi - Bass Guitar


[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: werther2003 ()
Date: May 14, 2020 21:36

ROLLING STONES Birmingham, AL 1989-10-05 (new source) [??]

ROLLING STONES
BIRMINGHAM, AL @ LEGION FIELD
1989-10-05

Untracked CDR

01. Start Me Up
02. Bitch
03. Sad Sad Sad
04. Undercover Of The Night
05. Harlem Shuffle
06. Tumbling Dice
07. Miss You
08. Ruby Tuesday
09. Angie
10. Dead Flowers
11. Rock And A Hard Place
(Mixed Emotions - missing?)
12. Honky Tonk Women
13. Midnight Rambler
14. You Can't Always Get What You Want
15. Little Red Rooster
16. Before They Make Me Run
17. Happy
18. Paint It Black
19. 2000 Light Years From Home
20. Sympathy For The Devil
21. Gimme Shelter
22. It's Only Rock'n Roll
23. Brown Sugar
24. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
25. Jumpin' Jack Flash



from a collection of really poorly labeled discs someone dropped off at a friend's house but this one was easy to figure out. Apparently better quality than other source but still, don't expect much.

[www.dimeadozen.org]

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