dinsdag 21 augustus 2018

FLAC - Jeff Beck live in Camden 2018 - 1CD - August 4

Jeff Beck
BB&T Pavilion
Camden, NJ
August 4, 2018
44khz/16bit
( Stars Align Tour - With Deborah Bonham, Ann Wilson, Paul Rodgers )


Recorded by bcironmaiden
Recorded w/ SP-CMC-8 Sound Professionals Deluxe Audio Technica Cardioid Stereo Microphones >
SP-SPSB-1 Sound Professionals Mini Battery Module >Sony M-10 > HD > Sony Sound Forge 96khz/24bit > 44khz/16bit > CD Wave Editor Track Split >
TLH ( Flac 8 ) > You




Setlist: 1:10:04
01. Pull It
02. Stratus
03. Nadia
04. You Know You Know
05. Morning Dew
06. I Have to Laugh
07. Lonnie on the Move
08. Mn√° na h-√Čireann
09. Just For Fun
10. Little Wing
11. Big Block
12. Cause We've Ended As Lovers
13. Brush With the Blues
14. Superstition
15. A Day in the Life
16. Encore Break
17. Corpus Christi Carol
18. Going Down


Jeff Beck - guitar
Jimmy Hall - vocals
Vanessa Freebairn-Smith - cello
Rhonda Smith - bass
Vinnie Colaiuta - drums

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FLAC - Jeff Beck live in Clarkston 2018 - 1CD - July 31

artist: Jeff Beck

date: Y: 2018 M: 07 D: 31

venue: DTE Energy Music Theatre
(open air venue)

city: Clarkston

state: Michigan

country: United States of America

source: Audience

taper: PotHole Productions Release # 541...
brought to you by Keith - Billy.

recording gear: (stealth - as always)
Church STC-11 cardioid mics => Church STC-9000 preamp =>
+10db gain => Edirol R-09HR Line In @ 24/96 => 16gb SDHC card =>

transfer/edits: USB3 Card Reader => PC => Goldwave/tracking/fades/edits/
downsampled to 16/44 => Traders Little Helper/align sector boundaries/flac level 8

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

track101 - Pull It - [1:39]
track102 - Stratus - [4:40]
track103 - Nadia - [3:31]
track104 - You Know You Know - [5:45]
track105 - Morning Dew - [3:54]
track106 - I Have To Laugh - [3:31]
track107 - Lonnie on the Move - [2:40]
track108 - Mna na h-Eireann - [4:32]
track109 - Just For Fun - [5:55]
track110 - Little Wing - [3:48]
track111 - Big Block - [5:40]
track112 - Cause We've Ended As Lovers - [3:54]
track113 - Brush With The Blues - [4:01]
track114 - Superstition - [4:27]
track115 - A Day In THe Life - [5:55]
track116 - Corpus Christi Carol - [2:09]
track117 - Going Down - [5:23]


total playing time: 1:11:18
winamp said that.

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FLAC - Jeff Beck live in Chicago 1972 - 1CD - August 8

Jeff Beck Group
Arie Crown Theater
Chicago, IL (USA)
August 8th 1972
Unknown Generation
From The JEMS Archive
Transferred and Presented By Krw_co

LINEAGE AUDIENCE UNKNOWN GENERATION ANALOG>NAKAMICHI DR-1 (w/manual azimuth adjustment)>
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)

**Show notes: This would be Kim Milford's last show with The Jeff Beck Group**

THE BAND
Jeff Beck Guitar
Kim Milford Vocals
Carmine Appice Drums Vocals
Tim Bogert Bass Vocals
Max Middleton Keyboards

SET LIST
1 Tune Up
2 Keyboard Solo
3 Going Down
4 New Ways / Train Train
5 Over The Hill
6 Got The Feeling
7 Definitely Maybe
8 Plynth (Cut only 16 sec)
(edit at 00:30:28:10)
9 Drum Solo
10 Plynth(reprise)
11 Superstiton
12 Myself with You
13 Let Me Love You
(edit at 00:43:56:11)
14 Beck´s Boogie

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maandag 2 april 2018

FLAC - Jeff Beck live in London 1972 - 2CD - July 23

JEFF BECK GROUP
Roundhouse
London England
July 23rd 1972
Master to cdr clone 2
From The Krw_co Collection

This is the last show of the Jeff Beck Group line up II

LINEAGE AUDIENCE ANALOG MASTER TO CDR TO CDR CLONE 2
TO EAC SECURE MODE TO TRADERS LITTLE HELPER FLAC 8

THE BAND
Jeff Beck Guitar
Cozy Powell Drums
Bob Tench Vocals
Max Middleton Keyboards
Clive Chaman Bass

SET LIST
CD 1
1 Intro
2 Ice Cream Cakes
3 Morning Dew
4 Middleton Solo/Going Down
5 Definitely Maybe
6 Tonight I'll be Staying With You
7 New Ways, Train Train
CD 2
1 Jeff's Boogie
2 Ain't No Sunshine
3 Got the Feeling
4 Let Me Love You
5 Superstition

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FLAC - Jeff Beck live in London 1972 - 1CD - June 29 - soundboard

Jeff Beck Group
June 29, 1972
London, England
Paris Theatre
BBC In Concert


01 - Ice Cream Cakes
02 - Morning Dew
03 - Going Down
04 - BAND INTRODUCTIONS
05 - Definitely Maybe
06 - New Ways --> Train Train
07 - Ain't No Sunshine
08 - Got The Feeling
09 - Let Me Love You
10 - Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You (Mono)


LINEAGE:
BBC Transcription Disc > Sony RMR D100 > Sony Sony D8 DAT > Sony RMR D100 > Wav > CD > EAC > FLAC FrontEnd

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FLAC - Jeff Beck live in Chicago 1972 - 1CD - May 13

JEFF BECK GROUP
Arie Crown Theater
Chicago IL
May 13th 1972
Unknown Generation
From The JEMS Archive
Transferred and Presented By Krw_co

LINEAGE AUDIENCE UNKNOWN GENERATION ANALOG>NAKAMICHI DR-1 (w/manual azimuth adjustment)>
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)

THE BAND
Jeff Beck Guitar
Cozy Powell Drums
Bob Tench Vocals
Max Middleton Keyboards
Clive Chaman Bass

SETLIST
1 Ice Cream Cakes
2 Morning Dew
3 Keyboard Solo
4 Going Down
5 Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You
6 Glad All Over
7 Jeff's Boogie
8 Definitely Maybe
(tape flip edit at 00:44:13:21)
9 Situation
10 New Ways/Train Train
11 Cozy Drum Solo
12 New Ways/Train Train
13 Let Me Love You
14 Got The Feeling

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FLAC - Jeff Beck live in Boston 1971 - 1CD - November 8

Burning in Boston with
the Jeff Beck Group
Bob Tench: vocals
Jeff Beck: guitar
Max Middleton: keyboards
Clive Chaman: bass
Cozy Powell: drums

Boston Music Hall
Boston, Mass. U.S.A.
November 8, 1971
(believed to be the late show, but not certain)
performance quality: A (a great show!)
recording quality: C (not so great, but listenable)
source: audience tape (1st or 2nd gen.)
runtime: 57:45 (minutes/ seconds)

setlist:
1: goin' down 5:10
2: ice cream cakes 7:12
3: tonight I'll be staying here with you 5:26
4: morning dew 5:37
5: Jeff's boogie 4:32
6: situation 5:43
7: I ain't superstitious 7:45
8: I've been used 9:39
9: got the feeling 6:41

lineage: (what I know of it)
trade cassette (probably 1st or 2nd gen.) >
played on Tascam 112 into soundforge (wav) >
flac (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours.
A Beckenbacker production.
Do not sell this recording.
share freely and losslessly.

comments:
There's a little bit of hiss in here, and also a little bit of fidelity,
this sounds comparable in sound to a Jimi Hendrix audience tape, but it
seems to be complete minus a couple of very momentary interruptions
(barely noticable) and it is one of the better Jeff Beck shows I've heard
(I've heard at least 25 or so over various years). Also the 1st one I saw,
(I think- I saw the early show, don't know if this is early or late)
although this was still well before I was recording shows, and I finally
got a tape of it about 7 years later. Not just my 1st Jeff Beck concert,
1st rock concert (unless you include "Jesus Christ Superstar"). It was a
nice breaking in to rock, and still one of the better shows I've ever heard
by anyone. Situation, Got the Feeling, I ain't superstitious all sounded
very hot in this show. All these songs were very well played. This was one
of my favorite JB bands, haven't heard much from them despite this being one
of his best bands. if you like "Rough and Ready" and "Jeff Beck Group" material,
this show is for you. That's all they did, except Morning Dew and Jeff's Boogie
this was my 1st impression of Jeff Beck (in concert and otherwise)
and it left a permanent imprint on how I define good guitar playing.
There's plenty of that in this show, the whole band sounds very inspired and tight.
Great music in here from all of them (not just Jeff).
I think this may be the late show because it's very hard to understand why
Highways and Definitely Maybe aren't in here, since they are my 2 favorite songs
of this lineup. (I saw the early one, I think, still too young for late shows, it was a long time ago, and how memory wears, but did they play definitely maybe and/or Highways? Well I seem to recall they definitely played one of them... maybe? Now I know where the song got its name perhaps.)
It's better than a "for completists only" tape,
but not for fussier audiophiles, and recommended for anyone who likes hearing
a really good JBG performance. This may be the best JBG show I've heard yet, and
despite some bassiness in parts and some inconsistencies of sound, it's not
that bad. Good enough for me to listen to it at length and enjoy it. It could
probably be cleaned up nicely into a B quality by someone who knows how to use EQ and related software.