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THE MILES DAVIS LIST

Miles Davis - Rare Miles [Further Along 3CD] various radio broadcasts from 1945-1955. Sound varies from VG to EX SBD

Miles Davis & John Coltrane - The Unissued Cafe Bohemia Broadcasts 1953-56-58 (Domino Jazz 1CD 2013 avaxhome) live at Café Bohemia, Greenwich Village, New York, 1956 to 1958. Tks 1-9 lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet, John Coltrane - tenor sax, Red Garland - piano, Paul Chambers - bass and Philly Hoe Jone - drums. Tks 10-14 Bill Evans replaces Red Garland on piano. Bonus tracks 15-16 have a different lineup. Tk 16 is recorded live at Howard Theatre, Washington D.C., February 21, 1953. "This release presents, for the first time on any format, the only three known 1956-57 Café Bohemia broadcasts by the Miles Davis Quintet featuring John Coltrane on tenor sax, Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Philly Joe Jones on drums. Among the highlights are Miles' only existing live versions of Girl in Calico, Stablemates and How Am I to Know? Shortly after the third of these broadcasts, Coltrane would leave Miles to be replaced by Sonny Rollins. He would return in 1958, when Bill Evans replaced Garland on piano, as showed by our fourth, May 17, 1958 broadcast. As a bonus, an amazing and also never before released tour de force by Miles on A Night in Tunisia taped in Washington in 1953, as well as an all-star 1958 jam session on What Is This Thing Called Love?" All tracks previously unreleased officially or unofficially. Miles unfortunately is recorded off-mic and cannot be heard clearly. VG+ SBD stereo. TT: 76:20m. DATA FILE ONLY. 320kbps MP3

Miles Davis - The Making of Kind Of Blue [1CD] Sessions for Freddie Freeloader, So What, Blue In Green, Flamenco Sketches and All Blues.

Miles Davis - The Making Of Round About Midnight [1CD] Sessions for title track, Ah-Leu-Cha, Billy Boy and Dear Old Stockholm.

Miles Davis Quintet with John Coltrane - Peacock Alley 1957 [Soulard VGM-SOU 1997 2CD Torrent: 68187] live at Peacock Alley, St. Louis, MO, Tks 1-6 Feb 16, 1957; Tks 7-13 Feb 23, 1957 with Miles Davis - tp, John Coltrane - ts, William "Red" Garland - p, Paul Chambers - b, Philly Joe Jones - d & Spider Burks - announcer. VG+ AM mono?
Info from www.plosin.com/milesahead

Miles Davis - Paris, 1957-1963 [no label 1CD Torrent: 148406] Tks 1-2 live Olympia Theatre, Paris, ORTF Radio Broadcast, November 30, 1957. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Barney Wilen (ts); René Urtreger (p); Pierre Michelot (b); Kenny Clarke (d). Tks 3-5 live ORTF Studios, Paris, ORTF TV Broadcast, December, 1957. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Barney Wilen (ts); René Urtreger (p); Pierre Michelot (b); Kenny Clarke (d). Tks 6-7 live Théâtre du Champs-Élysées, Paris, Europe I Radio Broadcast, July 25, 1963. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); George Coleman (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d). VG+ to Ex- broadcast mono?

Miles Davis - Amsterdam 1957 [no label 1CD] live in Amsterdam, Dec 8, 1957. Lineup: Miles Davis - tpt; Barney Wilen - ts; Rene Urtreger - p; Pierre Michelot - b; Christian Garros - drums. Ex FM? stereo?

Miles Davis - Amsterdam 1957 BEST SOURCE (no label 1CD dime 513732) live at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam (The Netherlands), Dec 8, 1957. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt); Barney Wilen (ts); Ren? Urtreger (p); Pierre Michelot (b); Kenny Clarke (d). "The version on this torrent has a superior sound and appears to be sourced from a MUCH cleaner vinyl. Very little surface noise by comparison and a decent upgrade." Superior sound to goody fix version. Taken from compilation Rare Miles vol. 5. Sounds like it's from a vinyl of the show. Ex SBD stereo. TT: 56:28m. This is Richard Russell's remastered version. Don't convert to mp3! DATA FILE ONLY. No to MP3

Miles Davis - 1958 Spotlite Lounge Radio Broadcasts [no label 1CD Torrent #122774] Tks 1-3 live at Spotlite Lounge, Washington, DC Mutual Network Radio Broadcast "Bandstand USA" August 9, 1958 (probably). Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Julian "Cannonball" Adderley (as); John Coltrane (ts); Bill Evans (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d). Tks 4-6 live at Spotlite Lounge, November 1, 1958. Bob Garland replaces Bill Evans in the lineup. Ex- FM mono?.

Miles Davis - Four-Play [JMY 1CD Torrent: 61232] Tks 1-4 live in New York and Washington 1958-59. Tks 5-7 live in Washington DC, June 30, 1958. Tks 8-10 live at the Spotlight, Washington DC, Nov 1, 1958. Tks 11-12 live at Birdland, NYC, Jan 3, 1959. VG AUD to Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis/ John Coltrane - Live In New York [1CD Jazz Door] recorded in New York, 1958-59. 6 tracks 40 mins.

Miles Davis Sextet - Birdland Radio Show 1959 [no label 1CD] live at Birdland, New York as recorded for Armed Forces Radio Service, broadcast Aug 25 1959. After the show, Davis was loitering outside the club when a white cop asked him to move. When he didn't, he was beaten and arrested. It is unclear why he did not obey but the event is said to have had an impact on his life and music. The sextet were Julian "Cannonball" Adderley (as); John Coltrane (ts); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d); Ray Barrett (ann)Kind of black and blue. VG+ FM mono?

Miles Davis - Olympia 1960 [Laserlight 2CD] CD1 live at Olympia, Paris, France, March 20, 1960. CD2 Part 2 of show. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet; John Coltrane - T sax; Wynton Kelly - piano; Paul Chambers - bass; Jimmy Cobb - drums. TT: 85m. Ex SBD stereo. Released 2002.

Miles Davis/John Coltrane - On Green Dolphin Street [1CD Jazz Door] Mar 22 1960 at Konserthuset, Stockholm [incomplete show] and one track from Apr 9 at Kurhaus, Netherlands.

Miles Davis/John Coltrane - Immortal Concerts: Konserthuset Stockholm [1CD Giants Of Jazz] live at Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden, Mar 22 1960 [incomplete show]. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet; John Coltrane - T sax; Wynton Kelly - piano; Paul Chambers - bass; Jimmy Cobb - drums. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis - Scheveningen 1960 [no label 1CD Torrent: 117656] Live at Kurhaus, Scheveningen, Netherlands, April 9, 1960, VARA Radio Broadcast. [Re-broadcast, NPS Radio 4, November 10, 2005]. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); John Coltrane (ts); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d). Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Drad Dog & Pfrancing Outtakes [no label 1CD Torrent: 100265] live in studio, July 3, 1961 recording two tracks for "Some Day My Prince Will Come" session. Lineup: Miles Davis - Trumpet, Wynton Kelly - Piano, Jimmy Cobb or Philly Joe Jones- Drums, Paul Chambers- Bass, Hank Mobley- Tenor Sax. Ex SBD stereo. 31 mins.

Miles Davis - Miles in St Louis 1963 [Soulard 1CD] Tks 1-3 June 1963. Lineup: Miles Davis - tpt; George Coleman - ts; Herbie Hancock - p; Ron Carter - b; Tony Williams - drums; Tk 4 Aug 3 1980 interview. Ex SBD? stereo?

Miles Davis - Monterey 1963 [no label 1CD] live at County Fairgrounds in Monterey, Sept 20 1963 with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis - With Sam Rivers 1964 SHN (there were three recorded performances with this band, one was released as "Miles in Tokyo". These are the other two, July 12 in Hibaya Yagai Ongaku-do Hall, Tokyo and July 15, in Kyoto).2CDs

Miles Davis w Sam Rivers - Tokyo 1964 [no label 1CD dime 299941] live at Hibaya Yagai Ongaku-do Hall, Tokyo, July 12, 1964. Lineup: Miles Davis, Sam Rivers - ts; Herbie Hancock - piano; Ron Carter - bs; Tony Williams - drums. Ex- SBD stereo. This was shared early 2010 and is a fresh transfer of SHN version with some minor changes to track marks.

Miles Davis - Kyoto: SPEED CORRECTED [no label 1CD Torrent: 98267] live at Maruyama Ongaku-do Hall, Kyoto, Japan, July 15, 1964. Lineup: Miles Davis tpt, Sam Rivers ts, Herbie Hancock p, Ron Carter b, Tony Williams d. There were three recorded performances with this band, one was released as "Miles in Tokyo". VG+ to Ex- FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Live in Paris 1964 [no label 1CD Torrent: 59206] live at Salle Pleyel, Paris, France, Oct 1, 1964 second show. Miles Davis - trumpet; Wayne Shorter - tenor saxophone; Herbie Hancock - piano; Ron Carter - bass & Tony Williams - drums. "This is the LATE show. The early show can be found on the bootleg CD simply titled "Paris, France" (Moon Records, MCD 021-2). Sound is similar, suggesting the same source, but the Moon actually sounds thinner." -Milesian. ORTF radio broadcast. Ex- FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Stockholm 1964 [no label 1CD Torrent: 119727] live at Johanneshovs Isstadion, Stockholm, Sweden, October 3, 1964, SR Radio Broadcast. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Wayne Shorter (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d). Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Copenhagen 1964 [no label 1CD Torrent: 98875] live at KB-Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct 4, 1964. A Danish Radio broadcast. Lineup: Miles Davis tpt, Wayne Shorter ts, Herbie Hancock p, Ron Carter b, Tony Williams d. Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Sindelfingen 1964 [no label 1CD Torrent: 70088] live at Stadthalle - Sindelfingen, West Germany, Oct 8, 1964. VG+ AM mono?

Miles Davis Quintet - Sindelfingen 1964: UPGRADE [no label 2CD Torrent: 107560] live at Stadthalle, Sindelfingen, Germany, October 8, 1964. Both sets. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet; Wayne Shorter - tenor saxophone; Herbie Hancock - piano; Ron Carter - bass; Tony Williams - drums. Taken from Suddeutscher Rundfunk (SDR) station reel. "Recording quality is not flawless, the main issue being fluctuation of the cymbals between clarity and saturation at irregular intervals. Either mixing or mic feed moves around a bit as well, which calls into question whether this was actually ever aired or kept archived until getting leaked out." Ex pre-FM stereo. It sounds great to me.

Miles Davis - 66 Miles Portland Tree 2CD [from MilesTrees.org] May 21 1966 at Portland State College. + filler Newport Jazz Festival July 4 1966 & July 17 1955 + Steve Allen Show Nov 17 1955. Main show features Miles Davis Quintet with Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock.

Miles Davis Quintet - Voice Of America Broadcasts [no label 1CD Torrent: 107067] Tks 1-3 live at Festival Field, Newport, RI, July 4, 1966. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet; Wayne Shorter - tenor saxophone; Herbie Hancock - piano; Ron Carter - bass; Tony Williams - drums. Tks 4-6 same venue, July 2, 1967. Same lineup. VG+ FM stereo.

Miles Davis Quintet - Voice Of America Broadcasts: SPEED CORRECTED [no label 1CD Torrent: 108253] Tks 1-3 live at Festival Field, Newport, RI, July 4, 1966. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet; Wayne Shorter - tenor saxophone; Herbie Hancock - piano; Ron Carter - bass; Tony Williams - drums. Tks 4-6 same venue, July 2, 1967. Same lineup. VG+ FM stereo.

Miles Davis Quintet - Berkeley 1967 [no label 1CD Torrent: 116529] live at Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, Berkeley, KALX Radio Broadcast, Apr 7, 1967. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Wayne Shorter (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Albert Stinson (b); Tony Williams (d). "There are two versions of this concert in circulation: an audience recording with the complete concert, and a radio broadcast without the stage introduction and without the tune "Agitation". This is the radio broadcast. The sound quality of this radio broadcast is quite good." Ex- FM stereo.

Miles Davis Quintet - Rotterdam 1967 [no label 1CD Torrent: 57704] live at De Doelen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Oct 30, 1967. Taken from a re-broadcast on VARA in 2005. Ex FM stereo. Miles, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter [bs] and Tony Williams. Ex FM stereo. May be upgrade of Miles-Trees version 1967 Europe.

Miles Davis Quintet - No Blues [JMY 1003 1CD dime 234351] live in Paris, Salle Pleyel, ORTF radio broadcast, November 6, 1967. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt); Wayne Shorter (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d). Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Tour Over Europe [no label 2CD torrent 129016] live in Karlsruhe, West Germany, Nov 7, 1967. Lineup: Miles Davis - tpt; Wayne Shorter - ts; Herbie Hancock - p; Ron Carter - b; Tony Williams - d. Ex FM stereo. This is complete show and may be different from Miles-Trees set.

Miles Davis Quintet - Blue Coronet 1969 SHOW 1 [no label 1CD Torrent: 81368] live at Blue Coronet Club, Brooklyn NY, June 21-29, 1969. Miles Davis (tpt); Wayne Shorter (ss, ts); Chick Corea (el-p); Dave Holland (b); Jack DeJohnette (d). "I'm uncertain about the date for this music. The Quintet was booked at the Coronet June 21-29, and again in October (probably October 6-12). The later engagement ended early when Davis was shot after the October 8 performance. According to one report, "Miles Davis had appeared at the Blue Coronet Club October 8, finishing his last set on the morning of October 9. He drove back to New York with the lovely Marguerite Eskridge, 24, as a passenger. He pulled up in front of her house on 141 E. 13th St. at 4:30, when a cab drove up alongside the car and someone inside fired. One of the bullets grazed Davis' side. The young woman was not injured." After being treated at the hospital, Davis was booked for possession of marijuana. As a result, remaining shows at the Blue Coronet were canceled... My guess, based on the titles performed and the playing, is that these tunes are from the early summer 1969, a very busy time for the Davis Quintet." VG+ AUD stereo.

Miles Davis Quintet - Blue Coronet 1969 SHOW 1: SPEED CORRECTED [no label 1CD Torrent: 82777] live at Blue Coronet Club, Brooklyn NY, June 21-29, 1969. Miles Davis (tpt); Wayne Shorter (ss, ts); Chick Corea (el-p); Dave Holland (b); Jack DeJohnette (d). Original was a tad slow. VG+ AUD stereo.

Miles Davis Quintet - Blue Coronet 1969 SHOW 2 [no label 1CD Torrent: 81314] live at Blue Coronet Club, Brooklyn NY, June 21-29, 1969. Miles Davis (tpt); Wayne Shorter (ss, ts); Chick Corea (el-p); Dave Holland (b); Jack DeJohnette (d). VG+ AUD stereo.

Miles Davis - La Pinede [no label 1CD] July 25, 1969, La Pinede, Juan-les-Pins, France.

Miles Davis Quintet - New Brunswick 1969 [no label 1CD Torrent: 115997] live at Rutgers University Stadium, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA, July 27, 1969. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Wayne Shorter (ss, ts); Chick Corea (p); Dave Holland (b); Jack DeJohnette (d) [Corea on acoustic piano]. VG+ AUD stereo. 18 mins.

Miles Davis Quintet - New Brunswick 1969: FIXED [no label 1CD Torrent: 116646] live at Rutgers University Stadium, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA, July 27, 1969. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Wayne Shorter (ss, ts); Chick Corea (p); [Corea on acoustic piano] Dave Holland (b); Jack DeJohnette (d). Ex- AUD stereo. This version is tracked and speed corrected. 18 mins.

Miles Davis - "Deep Brew Vol. 1" [Legendary Collection Series 1CD Torrent: 117255] Bitches Brew sessions at Columbia Studio B, New York, Aug 19-20, 1969. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt); Wayne Shorter (ss); Bennie Maupin (bcl); John McLaughlin (g); Chick Corea (el-p); Josef Zawinul (el-p); Larry Young (el-p); Dave Holland (b); Harvey Brooks (el-b); Jack DeJohnette (d); Lenny White (d); Charles Don Alias (d, perc); Jumma Santos [Jim Riley] (perc). Tracks recorded Bitches Brew, Pharoah’s Dance, Orange Lady and Miles Runs The Voodoo Down. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis - "Deep Brew Vol. 2" [Legendary Collection Series 1CD Torrent: 117981] Bitches Brew sessions at Columbia Studio B, New York, Aug 20-21, 1969. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt); Wayne Shorter (ss); Bennie Maupin (bcl); John McLaughlin (g); Chick Corea (el-p); Josef Zawinul (el-p); Larry Young (el-p); Dave Holland (b); Harvey Brooks (el-b); Jack DeJohnette (d); Lenny White (d); Charles Don Alias (d, perc); Jumma Santos [Jim Riley] (perc). Tracks recorded Miles Runs The Voodoo Down, Spanish Key and Pharoah’s Dance. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis Quintet - Teatro Sistina 1969 [no label 1CD tradersden 93209] live in Rome, Italy, Oct 27, 1969. The band are Miles Davis (tpt); Wayne Shorter (ss, ts); Chick Corea (el-p); Dave Holland (b, el-b); Jack DeJohnette (d). Video VG, Audio Ex b'cast stereo. From VHS tape.

Miles Davis Quintet - Rome 1969 [no label 1CD dime 435931] live at Teatro Sistina, Rome, Oct 27, 1969. Taken from the bootleg "Live in Rome & Copenhagen 1969", (here only the Rome part) Gambit 69330. This has been re-tracked to the original setlist. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt); Wayne Shorter (ss, ts); Chick Corea (el-p, wood fl); Dave Holland (b); Jack De Johnette (d). Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis Quintet - Vienna 1969 [no label 1CD Torrent: 97827] live at "Stadthalle", Vienna, October 31, 1969. Recorded onto reel-to-reel deck from TV. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp), Wayne Shorter (ts, ss), Chick Corea (el-p), Dave Holland (b), Jack DeJohnette (dr). This concert from Vienna by the "lost quintet". "Tape hiss is audible in quieter spots and the bass is sometimes dominant in the mix." VG+ TV mono?

Miles Davis - Rotterdam 1969 [no label 1CD Torrent: 110772] live at De Doelin, Rotterdam, November 9, 1969. Lineup: Dave Holland - bass; Wayne Shorter - tenor/alto; Jack DeJonette - drums; Chick Corea - keyboards. Ex FM stereo. This is an alternate FM source.

Miles Davis - Lost Quintet: Rotterdam UPGRADE [no label 1CD dime 192314] live at de doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Nov 9, 1969. Lineup: Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Dave Holland, Jack DeJohnette. Ex FM stereo. Rebroadcast on BBC Radio 3, Jazz on 3.

Miles Davis - Lost Quintet: Rotterdam SECOND UPGRADE TomP Remaster [no label 1CD dime 261285] live at de doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Nov 9, 1969. Lineup: Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Dave Holland, Jack DeJohnette. Ex FM stereo. Rebroadcast on BBC Radio 3, Jazz on 3. This is remastered by TomP August 2009.

Miles Davis Sextet and Septet - Greek Theatre 1970 [no label 1CD dime 332105 + 332024] live at Greek Theatre, University of California, Berkeley, CA, April 24, 1970 (TT: 19:25m ) with Sextet + live at Lincoln Center, New York, Nov 26, 1971 (TT:?) with Septet. VG AUD stereo? The Lincoln Center show is sourced from Jazz Masters bootleg CD.

Miles Davis - Complete Wednesday Miles At Fillmore [So What! sw-087 1CD traders den 61983] live at Fillmore East, New York, June 17, 1970. Complete version of the Wednesday show on official album At Fillmore which was a mix/ edit of all the shows at Fillmore East from June 17-21. Lineup: Miles Davis; Steve Grossman - ss; Chick Corea - electric piano; Keith Jarrett - organ; Dave Holland - bs; Jack DeJohnette - drums and Airto Moreira - perc. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis - Complete Friday Miles At Fillmore [So What! sw-097 1CD tapecity 147854] live at Fillmore East, New York, June 19, 1970. Complete version of the Friday show on official album At Fillmore which was a mix/ edit of all the shows at Fillmore East from June 17-21. Lineup: Miles Davis; Steve Grossman - ss; Chick Corea - electric piano; Keith Jarrett - organ; Dave Holland - bs; Jack DeJohnette - drums and Airto Moreira - perc. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis - Central Park 1970 [no label 1CD Torrent #118537] live at Schaefer Music Festival, Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York, July 6, 1970 (complete first show). Both audience sources are here. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Steve Grossman (ss); Chick Corea (p); Keith Jarrett (kb); Dave Holland (b); Jack DeJohnette (d); Airto Moreira (pc)

Miles Davis - Tanglewood Storm [Mega Disc 1CD torrent 129645] live at Berkshire Music Centre, Tanglewood, MA, Aug. 18, 1970. Lineup: Miles Davis - tpt; Gary Bartz - ss,as; Chick Corea - electric p; Keith Jarrett - org; Dave Holland - b; Jack DeJohnette - d; Airto Moreira - perc. Ex- SBD? stereo.

Miles Davis - Seattle 1970 [no label 2CD Torrent #118527] live at Seattle Center Arena, Seattle WA, October 4, 1970. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt); Gary Bartz (ss, as); Keith Jarrett (el-p, org); Michael Henderson (el-b); Jack DeJohnette (d); Airto Moreira (perc); Jumma Santos [Jim Riley] (perc). Includes Tk 8 "On the Corner" outtake recorded June 12, 1972. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt); Carlos Garnett (ss); Bennie Maupin (bcl); Lonnie Liston Smith (org); Harold I. Williams (el-p, synth); Michael Henderson (el-b); Al Foster (d); Jabali Billy Hart (d, perc); James Mtume Forman (cga, perc); Badal Roy (tabla). Ex- AUD stereo for the concert.

Miles Davis Septet - Fillmore West 1970 Fragment Version (no label 1CD dime 513638) 1970-10-15 live at Fillmore West, San Francisco CA, Oct 15, 1970. KPFA-FM radio broadcast. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt); Gary Bartz (ss, as); Keith Jarrett (el-p, org); Michael Henderson (el-b); Jack De Johnette (d); Airto Moreira (perc); Jumma Santos [Jim Riley] (perc). This is the fragment version mentioned in the notes below - NOT the whole show. It is offered in the interests of completeness. The tracks here are Yesternow, Bitches Brew and Funky Tong. "The Davis Septet opened for Leon Russell and Sea Train for four nights at the Fillmore Auditorium, October 15-18 (Thursday-Sunday). Columbia probably recorded these shows, and the Fillmore certainly did. None of the recordings of this show that I have heard includes "Directions," the standard set-opener. In addition to the broadcast version in general circulation (and issued on CDR by So What), there is a 25 minute fragment containing the last half of "Yesternow" (6:18), "Bitches Brew" (9:19), and the first half of "Funky Tonk" (8:58)." Ex FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Miles Davis Sextet - Electric Factory, Philadelphia 1970 (no label CD tradersden 116578) live at Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA, November 17, 1970. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt); Gary Bartz (ss, as); Keith Jarrett (el-p, org); Michael Henderson (el-b); Jack De Johnette (d); Airto Moreira (perc). Ex SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Miles Davis Sextet - Fillmore West 1971 [no label 1CD] Live at Fillmore West Auditorium, San Francisco on either May 6, 7, 8 or 9, 1971. Presumably the set began with "Directions." The Davis Sextet opened for The Elvin Bishop Group and Mandrill for four nights at the Fillmore West, May 6-9 (Thursday-Sunday). Columbia probably recorded these shows, but they remain unissued. This CD was torrented in June 2005 as a bootleg was prepared for release in Japan via MegaDisc. Ex SBD stereo

Miles Davis - LXXIV with Keith Jarrett [no label 1CD] Oct 21, 1971 in Milano

Miles Davis - Dietikon, Switzerland 1971 [no label 1CD] live at Stadhalle, Dietikon, Oct 22 1971. DRS3 FM rebroadcast on New Year's Eve 1999. Ex FM stereo. Probably early show.

Miles Davis - Dietikon, Switzerland 1971: THE LATE SHOW [no label 2CD planetrock 14650] live at Stadhalle, Dietikon, Oct 22 1971. DRS3 FM rebroadcast on November 2001. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt); Gary Bartz (ss, as); Keith Jarrett (el-p, org); Michael Henderson (el-b); Ndugu Leon Chancler (d); Charles Don Alias (cga, perc); James Mtume Foreman (cga, perc). Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis Septet - Paris 1971 [no label 2CD] live at Théâtre Nationale Populaire, Paris, France on Oct 27, 1971. An ORTF radio broadcast. This is the rarest concert (the first show). Each CD has no trackmarks to separate tunes. VG FM stereo. Distant recording like the mics were not properly placed.

Miles Davis - Paris 1971 Early Show: Speed Corrected [no label 2CD Torrent: 59048] live at Théâtre Nationale Populaire, Paris, France October 27, 1971 early show. This is speed corrected version. Miles Davis (tpt); Gary Bartz (ss, as); Keith Jarrett (el-p, org); Michael Henderson (el-b); Ndugu Leon Chancler (d); Charles Don Alias (cga, perc); James Mtume Foreman (cga, perc). ORTF radio broadcast. Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis Sextet - Paris 1971 Late Show [no label 2CD Torrent: 58379] live at Theatre Nationale Populaire, Paris, France, Late Show Oct 27, 1971. Miles Davis - trumpet; Gary Bartz - soprano and alto saxophones; Keith Jarrett - electric piano, organ; Michael Henderson - electric bass; Ndugu Leon Chancler - drums; Don Alias, James Mtume Foreman - congas, percussion. From ORTF radio broadcast. VG+ FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Rotterdam 1971 [no label 1CD Torrent: 80846] live at De Doelen Halle, Rotterdam, October 29, 1971. "This is the complete broadcast. The tracks that are marked as incomplete were broadcast that way." The band are Miles Davis - Trumpet; Gary bartz - Saxes; Michael Henderson - Bass; Keith Jarrett - Keyboards; Don Alias - Percussions; Mtume - Percussions & Leon Chancler - Drums. Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Another Bitches Brew [2CD Jazz Door] Live radio broadcast, Belgrade, November 3, 1971 [Disc 1]; November 7, 1973 [Disc 2]

Miles Davis - Two Miles Live [2CD] Live at Concerthaus Wein, Austria Nov 5 1971. Soundboard

Miles Davis - Live in Berlin 1971: SPEED CORRECTED [Perv / twat Production 2CD Torrent #86687] live at Philharmonie Berlin, Germany, Nov 6, 1971. An NDR broadcast. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp), Gary Bartz (ss, as), Keith Jarrett (kb), Michael Henderson (b), Ndugu Leon Chancler (d), Charles Don Alias (pc) & James Mtume Foreman (pc). Ex FM stereo. "Sounds like there is a little jump or skip at 2:54 in d1t05. It is in the original track, also."

Miles Davis Sextet -Uppsala 1971 [no label 3CD Torrent: 191399] live at Uppsala Universitets Aula, Swedish Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala, Sweden, November 7, 1971. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Gary Bartz (ss, as); Keith Jarrett (kb); Michael Henderson (b); "Ndugu" Leon Chancler (d); Charles Don Alias (pc); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). Mr. Losin writes: "There are two different broadcast recordings of this music in circulation. One begins with a female announcer introducing the band, and concludes with her closing announcement at about 5:50 of "Yesternow." The other begins with "Directions" and concludes with a male announcer's closing announcement at about 3:34 of "Yesternow." The minor discrepancies in times are due to differences in tape speed. The last 30 minutes of the concert appears not to have been broadcast, though the recordings obviously exist." [http://www.plosin.com/milesAhead/Sessions.aspx?s=711107]. Ex FM stereo. CD 1 (56:15) - Radio broadcast with the male announcer; first part; closing announcement at approximately 03:34 of "Yesternow" CD 2 (28:10) - Second part of the concert, starting with "Yesternow" CD 3 (59:24) - Radio broadcast with the female announcer; first part; closing announcement at approximately 05:50 of "Yesternow"

Miles Davis - Uppsala 1971: Upgrade/Edit [no label 1CD dime: 231799] live at Uppsala Universitets Aula, Swedish Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala, Sweden, November 7, 1971. From Sveriges Radio FM broadcasts. This is an edit of the 3 sources in Dime 191399, combining the best source for each track, and removing clicks and any other audible errors. This is not the complete performance, but does combine all that has been broadcast. The radio announcers have not been included. Line-up: Miles Davis (tp); Gary Bartz (ss, as); Keith Jarrett (kb); Michael Henderson (b); "Ndugu" Leon Chancler (d); Charles Don Alias (pc); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). Ex- FM stereo. TT 81m.

Miles Davis - Copenhagen 1971 [no label 1CD Torrent: 80916] live at Tivoli Consertsal, Copenhagen, November 8, 1971. Ex- FM stereo

Miles Davis - In Oslo 1971 [Electric Blue 005 1CD Torrent: 121622] live at Chateau Neuf, Oslo, Norway, Nov 9, 1971. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt); Gary Bartz (ss, as); Keith Jarrett (el-p, org); Michael Henderson (el-b); Ndugu Leon Chancler (d); Charles Don Alias (cga, perc); James Mtume Foreman (cga, perc). The day after this concert Jarrett went into Arne Bendiksen Studio to record his first solo piano album Facing You (ECM 1017). - From Pete Losin. Ex FM stereo. Broadcast by Norsk Rikskring-kastning

Miles Davis - Rare Collectors Series RCS - 001 Sartory Festsaal, Köln, Deutschland, 12. November 1971 1CD

Miles Davis Septet - Sartory Festsaal, Cologne, COMPLETE SHOW (no label 1CD dime 494552) live in Germany, November 12, 1971. Westdeutscher Radio (WDR) radio broadcast. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt), Gary Bartz (ss, as), Keith Jarrett (el-p, org), Michael Henderson (el-b), Ndugu Leon Chancler (d), Charles Don Alias (cga, perc) and James Mtume Forman (cga, perc). Ex FM stereo. TT: 58:03m. DATA FILES ONLY

Miles Davis - Rare Collectors Series RCS - 033/034 Royal Festival Hall, London, England, 13. November 1971 2CD

Miles Davis - London 1971 [no label 1CD Torrent: 147328] live at Royal Festival Hall, London, UK, November 13, 1971. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Gary Bartz (ss, as); Keith Jarrett (kb); Michael Henderson (b); "Ndugu" Leon Chancler (d); Charles Don Alias (pc); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). "This is something special: an excellent recording of the best show of the 1971 European tour. Not in general circulation." - jkeisers. Ex SBD? stereo.

Miles Davis - Torino 1971 [no label 1CD Torrent: 122541] live at Palazzo dello Sport/Palasport, Torino (Turin), Italy, November 16, 1971. Sourced from RAI-TV broadcast. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Gary Bartz (ss, as); Keith Jarrett (kb); Michael Henderson (b); "Ndugu" Leon Chancler (d); Charles Don Alias (pc); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). Ex TV broadcast mono?

Miles Davis - 1972 & 1974 Sessions [no label 1CD Torrent #146146] Tks 1-7 The Jabali Sessions at Columbia Studio, New York, NY, June 12, 1972. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Carlos Garnett (ss); Bennie Maupin (bcl,fl); Herbie Hancock (p); Harold Ivory Williams (kb); Lonnie Liston Smith (kb); Michael Henderson (b); Al Foster (d); "Jabali" Billy Hart (d,pc); James Mtume Forman (pc); Badal Roy (tabla). Tks 8-13 Unknown Sessions at Columbia Studios (Studio E?), New York, NY November 6, 1974. Lineup: Miles Davis (kb); Dominique Gaumont (g); Reggie Lucas (g); Pete Cosey (g, pc); Michael Henderson (b); Al Foster (d); James Mtume Forman (pc). Ex SBD stereo. TT 53.01m

Miles Davis - COMPLETE ANN ARBOR 1972 [So What 1CD] live at Otis Spann Memorial Sept 10, 1972. VG AUD? Stereo

Miles Davis - Ann Arbor 1972: UPGRADE [no label 1CD dime 248775] live at Otis Spann Memorial, Ann Arbor, MI Sept 10, 1972. Lineup: Miles Davis; Carlos Garnett - ss; Cedric Lawson - kybd; Reggie Lucas - gtr; Khalil Balakrishnan - Electric sitar; Michael Henderson - b; Al Foster - d; James Mtume Forman - perc; Badal Roy - tablas. Ex FM Stereo. TT 42.12m. Some tracks incomplete. This show was recorded by Atlantic Records.

Miles Davis - COMPLETE LIVE AT PAUL'S MALL 1972 [So What 1CD] live in Boston Sept 14, 1972, first set. Ex- SBD? Stereo

Miles Davis - Paul's Mall 1972: UPGRADE [no label 1CD torrent 134235] live at Paul's Mall, Boston, MA, Sept 14, 1972. Taken from alternate source - alternate reel, 1st generation. This is ON THE CORNER LP played live. Lineup: Miles Davis; Carlos Garnett - ss; Cedric Lawson - kybd; Reggie Lucas - gtr; Khalil Balakrishnan - Electric sitar; Michael Henderson - b; Al Foster - d; James Mtume Forman - perc; Badal Roy - tablas. Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Palo Alto 1972 [no label 1CD dime 248785] live at Frost Amphitheatre, Standford University, Palo Alto, CA, Oct 1, 1972. Lineup: Miles Davis; Carlos Garnett - ss; Cedric Lawson - kybd; Reggie Lucas - gtr; Khalil Balakrishnan - Electric sitar; Michael Henderson - b; Al Foster - d; James Mtume Forman - perc; Badal Roy - tablas. Ex- FM stereo. TT 51:14m. This show was recorded by Columbia Records.

Miles Davis - Unknown Sessions Vol 1 [1CD] Sessions from 1973-1976.

Miles Davis - Unknown Sessions Vol 2 [1CD] Sessions from 1974-1976.

Miles Davis - Unknown Sessions Vol. 3 [no label 1CD Torrent: 145661] studio sessions from 1972-1974 plus bonus Jack Johnson outtakes from 1970. "The second track is not included, as that was released on the "Holly-wuud" single in an edited version. The last two tracks are "Jack Johnson" outtakes that were NOT included on the official box set, maybe because Miles doesn't play on them. But he's there directing the band, as can be heard. They were taken from the Japanese boot cd "Another Jack Johnson"." Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis - Unreachable Station [2CD] Live at Kosei Nenkin Hall, Tokyo, Jan 22, 1973. This is the band with Pete Cosey, Reggie Lucas, Michael Henderson, Al Foster and James Mtume Forman. Much has been said of Davis' wild period and Japan has been alone in releasing his performances. The rest of the world managed to hear these shows [Dark Magus] long after Davis had died. Unreachable Station is one of the shows that have yet to be officially released.

Miles Davis Tentet - Live In Washington 1973 [no label 2CD Torrent: 114018] live at Crampton Auditorium, Howard University, Washington, DC, April 13, 1973. CD1 first set. CD2 second set. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet; Dave Liebman - soprano and tenor saxophone and flute; Pete Cosey - guitar and percussion; Reggie Lucas - guitar; Khalil Balakrishna - sitar; Lonnie Liston Smith - keyboards; Michael Henderson - electric bass; Al Foster - drums; Badal Roy - tabla; James Mtume Forman - congas and percussion. VG+ AUD stereo. Growling, bass sound. Not bad at all for this rare lineup.

Miles Davis - Black Satin: Pre-FM SBD [no label 2CD] live at Shinjuku Kosei Nenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan, June 19, 1973. This is a pre-FM soundboard, remastered and in phase. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis - Live At Rainbow Theatre 1973 [no label 2CD Torrent #113888] live at Rainbow Theatre, London, July 10, 1973. CD1 first set. CD2 second set. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet and organ; Dave Liebman - soprano and tenor saxophone and flute; Pete Cosey - guitar and percussion; Reggie Lucas - guitar; Michael Henderson - electric bass; Al Foster - drums; James Mtume Forman - congas and percussion. A member of the band placed a recorder onstage so the sound is clear. Ex- AUD stereo.

Miles Davis - Olympia 1973 [Trema 1CD] live at Olympia, July 11 1973. Ex FM? stereo.

Miles Davis Septet - L'Olympia, Paris 1973 (Trema 1CD tradersden 116673) live at L'Olympia Theatre, Paris, France, July 11, 1973. Europe-1 radio broadcast. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt, org); Dave Liebman (ss, ts, fl); Pete Cosey (g, perc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (el-b); Al Foster (d) and James Mtume Forman (cga, perc). Ex FM stereo. TT: 71:23m. DATA FILE ONLY

Miles Davis - Call It What It Is [JMY 1CD] live at Jazz Workshop, Boston, MA, Oct 17 1973. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis Septet - Malmo, Sweden 1973: Slow speed [no label 1CD Dime 207109] live at Stadsteatret, October 24, 1973, Second show. Swedish Radio broadcast. This is broadcast 1. There are two versions of the radio broadcast. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, kb); Dave Liebman (ss, ts, fl); Pete Cosey (g, pc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (b); Al Foster (d); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). Total time (after speed corr.). VG+ FM stereo.

Miles Davis Septet - Malmo, Sweden 1973: SPEED CORRECTED [no label 1CD Dime 207284] live at Stadsteatret, October 24, 1973, Second show. Swedish Radio broadcast. Also carried out these few edits: - manually removed (pencil mode) a few clicks in the right channel; SBE glitches/gaps at beginning of each track removed; overall volume level adjusted; minor re-tracking; Track 04 split into 04a Right Off and 04b Funk; 51 secs overlap & silence at beginning of Calypso Frelimo removed. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, kb); Dave Liebman (ss, ts, fl); Pete Cosey (g, pc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (b); Al Foster (d); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). Total time (after speed corr.)  VG+ FM stereo. TT 56.15 min.

Miles Davis Septet - Stockholm 1973 [no label 1CD dime 253206] live at Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden, Oct 27, 1973. B'cast on Sveriges Radio. Lineup: Miles Davis (tpt, org); Dave Liebman (ss, ts, fl); Pete Cosey (g, perc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (el-b); Al Foster (d); James Mtume Forman (cga, perc). Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Berliner Jazztage 1973 [no label 1CD dime 320057] live at Philharmonie Berlin, West Germany, November 1, 1973, early show. Ex FM stereo. "Recordings of this concert have been shared in various forms, usually sourced from the Sender Freies TV b'cast. This one is from an 'off-air' FM reel and sounds better than most." The show was recorded from FM to ? inch reel to reel.

Miles Davis - Rare Collectors Series RCS - 005/006 Ludwigshalle, Ludwigsburg, Deutschland, 02. November 1973 2CD

Miles Davis - Paris 1973 [no label 1CD Torrent #118546] live at Palais des Sports, Paris, November 15, 1973. Broadcast on ORTF. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, kb); Dave Liebman (ss, ts, fl); Pete Cosey (g, pc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (b); Al Foster (d); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Rotterdam 1973 [no label 2CD dime 244580] live at Rotterdam Jazz Festival, The Netherlands, Nov 17, 1973. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, kb); Dave Liebman (ss, ts, fl); Pete Cosey (g, pc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (b); Al Foster (d); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). VG+ AUD stereo. Probably a band member's onstage recording. THIS RECORDING BEGAN CIRCULATING APRIL 2009.

Miles Davis Septet - Rainbow Theatre 1973 [no label 1CD dime 340289] live in London, UK, November 19, 1973. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, kb); Dave Liebman (ss, ts, fl); Pete Cosey (g, pc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (b); Al Foster (d); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). VG+ onstage recording, stereo. TT: 59m. Recorded by Dave Liebman.

Miles Davis Septet - Bordeaux, France 1973 [no label 1CD dime 332111] live at unknown venue, Bordeaux, France, Nov 21, 1973. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, kb); Dave Liebman (ss, ts, fl); Pete Cosey (g, pc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (b); Al Foster (d); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). VG+ FM stereo. TT: 58:34m.

Miles Davis - LIVE AT SHABOO INN [Long Version] [So What 2CD] live in Willimantic, Connecticut, Jan 26, 1974. Recorded by the band. Ex- SBD? Stereo

Miles Davis Septet - Shaboo Inn fragments [Long Version] [no label 2CD dime 332396 + 332508] live in Willimantic, Connecticut, Jan 26, 1974. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, kb); Dave Liebman (ss, ts, fl); Pete Cosey (g, pc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (b); Al Foster (d); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). Recorded by the band. This was shared November 2010 as two separate fragments of the show. CD1 TT: 49:17m. CD2 TT: 69:57m. Ex- SBD? Stereo

Miles Davis - From Pangaea To Agharta And Somewhere In-Between [no label 2CD] Two concerts, CD1 has Mar 30 1974 in Tokyo while CD 2 has Feb 8 1975. Ex- to Ex SBD stereo. Some tracks are taken from a vinyl source.

Miles Davis - IN SAO PAULO 1974 [So What 1CD] live at Theatro Municipal, Sao Paulo (Brazil) May 28, 1974. Recorded by the band. VG+ SBD? Stereo, boomy sound.

Miles Davis - Another Unity [2CD]. Same band as the above and at the same venue. This show was recorded Jan 22, 1975. Several long jams that have yet to be identified are played.

Miles Davis - Another Unity: REMASTERED [no label 1CD Torrent #97020] live at Kosei Nenkin Hall, Shinjuku, Tokyo, JP, Jan 22, 1975. Untitled compositions named with reference to Jan Lohmann's "The Sound Of Miles Davis; The Discography 1945-1991". Lineup: Miles Davis: trumpet, organ; Sonny Fortune: alto & soprano sax, flute; Pete Cosey: guitar, Synthesizer, kalimba, table percussion; Reggie Lucas: guitar; Michael Henderson: bass guitar; James "Mtume" Heath (aka Forman): percussion, rhythm box; Al Foster: drums. Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis Septet - Another Unity: Remastered [Emperor Nobody 1CD torrent 189521] live at Shinjuku Kohseinenkin Hall Tokyo, Japan, January 22, 1975. Lineup: Miles Davis: trumpet, organ; Sonny Fortune: alto & soprano sax, flute; Pete Cosey: guitar, synthesizer, kalimba, table percussion; Reggie Lucas: guitar; Michael Henderson: bass guitar; James "Mtume" Heath (nee Foreman): percussion, rhythm box; Al Foster: drums. Ex pre-FM stereo. Source used for remaster is the Legendaly [sic] Collection Series Japanese bootleg.

Miles Davis - Three Shows (YSP 0606001 6CDs hungercity 20874) CD1+2 live at Shinjuku, Kohseinenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan, Jan 23, 1975. CD3+4 live same venue Feb 7, 1975. CD5+6 live same venue Feb 8, 1975. All shows are recorded from the audience. You can hear some crowd noise but the taper seems to be close to the stage. Lineup: Miles Davis: trumpet, organ; Sonny Fortune: alto & soprano sax, flute; Pete Cosey: guitar, Synthesizer, kalimba, table percussion; Reggie Lucas: guitar; Michael Henderson: bass guitar; James "Mtume" Heath (aka Forman): percussion, rhythm box; Al Foster: drums. VG to VG+ AUD stereo. Not the best audience recording.

Mile Davis - Live in Shinjuku, 1975 [no label 1CD] this is the first concert, second set only at Shinjuku, Kohseinenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan, Feb 8 1975. This is just the last part of the Zipperdeke bootleg, From Pangaea to Agharta and Somewhere InBetween. But this has been speed-corrected, re-tracked and renamed correctly. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis - Just Jazz: Philadelphia 1975 [no label 1CD] live in Philasdelphia, May 12-17, 1975. Not sure which date as he played 6. VG+ AUD? Stereo.

Miles Davis - 1978 Studio Session [no label 1CD dime 265091] session at Columbia Studio B, New York, March 2, 1978. With Larry Coryell - g; Masabumi Kikuchi - keyboards; George Pavlis - keyboards; TM Stevens - electric bass; Al Foster - drums. Miles Davis plays the organ! Apparently, Miles later gave Larry Coryell the tapes. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis - The Man With The Horn Outtakes [no label 1CD dime 264982] two sessions for Back Seat Betty at Columbia Studios, New York, January 1981. Lineup: Miles Davis; Bill Evans - ss,ts,fl; Barry Finnerty - gtr; Marcus Miller - bs; Al Foster - drums; Sammy Figueroa - perc. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis - Miles Is Back!: First Night At Savoy - Complete Mastertape Edition [So What! 2CD] live at Savoy Theatre, New York, July 17 1981. Ex SBD? stereo.

Miles Davis Sextet - Live At The Hollywood Bowl 1981 (Gambit Records 2010 1CD avax) live at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California, September 25, 1981. Lineup: MILES DAVIS, trumpet & keyboards; BILL EVANS, saxes; MIKE STERN, electric guitar; MARCUS MILLER, electric bass; AL FOSTER, drums and MINO CINELU, percussion. "A complete never before released Miles Davis performance with his 1981 sextet with very good sound quality. Recorded live at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the show was taped during Miles' comeback tour after a five-year absence from music (during which time he didn't play or record at all). The concert presents a blend of tunes from his albums The Man With the Horn and We Want Miles, plus a delightful version of "My Man's Gone Now" from Gershwin's Porgy and Bess." VG+ AUD stereo. TT: 63:51m. DATA FILE ONLY

Miles Davis - In Rome 1982 FM (no label 1CD dime 540577) live at Teatro Tenda Pianeta, Rome, Italy, April 25, 1982. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, p), Bill Evans (ss, ts, fl, p), Mike Stern (g), Marcus Miller (b), Al Foster (d) and Mino Cinelu (pc). RAI Radio Broadcast. Ex FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Miles Davis - Sweden 1985 [no label 2CD Torrent: 83785] live at Sporthallen, Umea, Sweden, October 26, 1985. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, synth); Bob Berg (ss, ts); Mike Stern (g); Robert Irving III (synth); Adam Holzman (synth); Angus Thomas (el-b); Vincent Wilburn, Jr. (d); Steve Thornton (perc) & Marilyn Mazur (perc). Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis Nonet - Berlin 1985 [ValleyBird Dynamic Reconstruction Remaster 2CD hungercity 20903] live at JazzFest Berlin, Germany, Nov 1, 1985. An Astra satellite rebroadcast? Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet, keyboards; Mike Stern - guitar; Robert Irving III, Adam Holzman - keyboards; Bob Berg - tenor & soprano, saxophones, *keyboard; Angus Thomas - bass; Marilyn Mazur, Steve Thornton - percussion & Vincent Wilburn Jr. - drums, Simmons drums. Ex satellite stereo.

Miles Davis - Zurich 1985 [no label 2CD Torrent: 83625] live in Zurich, Switzerland, November 2, 1985 with Bob Berg and Mike Stern. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet, keyboards; Mike Stern - guitar; Robert Irving III, Adam Holzman - keyboards; Bob Berg - tenor & soprano, saxophones, *keyboard; Angus Thomas - bass; Marilyn Mazur, Steve Thornton - percussion & Vincent Wilburn Jr. - drums, Simmons drums. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis Band - New Orleans 1986 speed corrected [no label 2CD dime 272710] live at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, Saenger Hall, New Orleans, Louisana, Apr 25, 1986. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet; Bob Berg - sax; Robben Ford - gtr; Robert Irving III - synth; Adam Holzman - synth; Felton Crews - bs; Marilyn Mazur - perc, drums; Steve Thornton - perc; Vincent Wilburn - drums. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis - Robben's Blues [Vast Bootleg Records 2CD] - live at Montreux, July 17 1986 with Robben Ford [gtr], George Duke and David Sanborn.

Miles Davis - Hamburg 1986 [no label 2CD Torrent: 83882] live at Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany, October 27, 1986. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet, keyboards; Bob Berg - tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone; Garth Webber - guitar; Robert Irving III, Adam Holzman - keyboards; Darryl Jones - electric bass; Vince Wilburn Jr. - drums & Steve Thornton - percussion. Norddeutscher Rundfunk FM broadcast. Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis Octet - Oviedo, Spain 1986: Previously Uncirculated SBD [no label 2CD hungercity 24869] live at Teatro Campoamor de Oviedo, Oviedo, Asturias, Spain, November 6, 1986 on the Tutu tour of Europe. Combined from 2 sources; pitch, phase, balance and gain corrected. CD1 Tracks 01-08: soundboard-2mic matrix stereo mix > Master cas > dat > cdr. CD2 soundboard stereo mix > Master cas > hi-speed dub cas > cdr. Lineup: Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards), Bob Berg (tenor and soprano saxophones), Garth Webber (electric guitar), Robert Irving III (synthesizers), Adam Holzman (synthesizers), Darryl Jones (electric bass), Vincent Wilburn, Jr. (kit drums), Steve Thornton (percussion). Ex SBD stereo. TT 102:38m. Recordings and live mixes by Ron Lorman. DATA FILE ONLY.

Miles Davis - Estival Jazz Lugano 1987 [Swissbird 2CD Torrent: 83075] live at Centro Esposizioni, Lugano, Switzerland, July 1, 1987. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet; Kenny Garrett - saxophone; Gary Thomas - saxophone; Robert Irving III - keyboards; Adam Holzman - keyboards; Joe McCreary - guitar; Darryl Jones - bass; Mino Cinelu - percussion & Ricky Wellman - drums. Ex SBD stereo. A SwissBird, SimplexSimplicissimus & superMAX release.

Miles Davis - Oslo, Norway 1987 (no label 2CD dime 479256) live at Sardines, Oslo, Norway, Oct 27, 1987 during My Ding Tour. "Without a doubt one of the best shows from this tour. Miles acted as if he was looking for an award as the 'hardest working man in Jazz'. As the tour was going on, the playing of this same setlist got extended more and more. As far as I know the club shows in Munster, Hamburg and the Cologne Philharmonie are the longest shows he ever played...and Miles travelled by bus with the band from venue to venue." Lineup: Miles Davis - Trumpet, Keyboards; Kenny Garrett - Alto Sax, Flute; Bobby Irving - Keyboards, Musical Director; Foley - Lead Piccolo Bass; Adam Holzman - Keyboards; Darryl Jones - Bass Guitar; Rudy Bird - Percussion, DX 7 Percussion and Ricky Wellman - Drums. Ex pre-FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Miles Davis - On the Crest of The Airwaves, Live in Melbourne 1988 FM (no label 2CD tradersden 115518) live at Melbourne Concert Hall, Melbourne, Australia, May 2, 1988. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet, keyboards; Kenny Garrett - alto saxophone, flute; Adam Holzman, Robert Irving III - keyboards; Joseph "Foley" McReary - guitar (AKA "lead bass"); Benny Reitveld - bass; Ricky Wellman - drums and Marilyn Mazur - percussion. Ex FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Miles Davis - Munich Concert 1988 bootleg (no label 3CD tradersden 116908) live at Philharmonie Am Gasteig, Munich, Germany, July 10, 1988. "This bootleg came with a 5th track on disc 3: 'Call It Anything', which was the 35 minute Isle of Wight set from 8/29/70....this material was officially released, and is therefore not here." Lineup: Miles Davis - Trumpet, Keyboards, Joseph "Foley" McCreary - 4 String Guitar, Robert Irving III - Synthesizer, Adam Holzman - Synthesizer, Kenny Garrett - Saxophone, Flute, Benjamin "Benny" Reitveld - Bass, Ricky Wellman - Drums and Marilyn Mazur - Percussion. Ex FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Miles Davis - Live at Yumiuri Land 1988 [no label 1CD Torrent: 86050] live at Yumiuri Land Open East Theatre, Tokyo, Japan, July 31, 1988. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, synth); Kenny Garrett (ss, as, fl); Joe "Foley" McCreary (g); Robert Irving III, Adam Holzman (synth); Benjamin Reitveld (el-b); Ricky Wellman (d); Marilyn Mazur (perc). Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Milano 1989 [no label 2CD Torrent: 83320] live at Cineteatro Orfeo, Milano, Italy, April 11, 1989. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet; Kenny Garrett - alto saxophone, flute; Kei Akagi - keyboards; Joseph "Foley" McCreary - guitar (AKA "lead bass"); Benny Rietveld - electric bass; Ricky Wellman - drums; John Bigham - percussion. Ex pre-FM? stereo

Miles Davis - 'Nightcrawler' 1990, CORRECTED VERSION (Dies Irae Records 1CD dime 507285) live at Massey Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Feb 13, 1990. This is the Dies Irae bootleg properly titled and in correct sequence. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp); Kenny Garrett (as, fl); Joe "Foley" McCreary (el-g); Kei Akagi (keyb); Benny Rietveld (el-b); Ricky Wellman (dr); John Bigham (perc). VG+ SBD or pre-FM stereo. TT: 55:36m. DATA FILE ONLY

Miles Davis - In France Vol 21: Nice [no label 2CD Torrent: 64803] live at Festival de Jazz Nice, France, July 17, 1990. With Kenny Garrett: Sax/Flute; Kei Akagi: Keyb.; Joseph "Foley" McCreary: Guitar; Richard Patterson: Bass; Ricky Wellman: Drums & Erin Davis: Perc. Ex- FM stereo some hiss. 94 m

Miles Davis - Hamburg 1991 [no label 2CD Torrent: 83392] live at Messehalle 4, Hamburg, Germany, June 28, 1991. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet, synthesizers; Kenny Garrett - alto sax, flute; Kei Akagi - synthesizers; Joseph "Foley" McCreary - guitar (AKA "lead bass"); Richard Patterson - electric bass; Ricky Wellman - drums & Erin Davis - percussion. Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) radio broadcast. Ex FM stereo.

Miles Davis - July 10 1991, La Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris MLSDVD01 - 1 DVD [from MilesTree.org]

Miles Davis - Black Devil [Beech Marten 2CD] live at Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris July 10, 1991. Ex SBD.

Miles Davis - Miles In France Vol 22: Paris 1991 [no label 2CD torrent 149401] live at La Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris, France, July 10, 1991. Complete show. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, keyb); Bill Evans (ss); Kenny Garrett, Jackie McLean (as); Wayne Shorter, Steve Grossman (ts); Chick Corea (el-p); Deron Johnson (keyb); John McLaughlin, John Scofield (el-g); Joe "Foley" McCreary (lead-b); Dave Holland (b); Darryl Jones, Richard Patterson (el-b); Al Foster, Ricky Wellman (d). Ex FM stereo. TT: 123:01

Miles Davis - Plays Prince Vol 1 1986-1991 [no label 1CD demonoid 2908628] "This is a compilation with the best songs of Miles playing Prince. These tunes have little or no tape-noise. All are soundboard broadcasts FM, TV, tape etc. Two are converted from MP3s." All shows are from Europe. VG+ to Ex SBD stereo. Shared in April 2012.

Miles Davis - Plays Prince Vol 2 1987, '88, '91 [no label 1CD demonoid 2912648] "This is a compilation with the best songs of Miles playing Prince. These tunes have little or no tape-noise. All are soundboard and audience recordings." VG+ to Ex SBD stereo. Shared in April 2012.


COMPILATIONS

Miles Davis & John Coltrane - Miles-Trees.Org presents Miles LX: Coltrane & Beyond [6CDs with artwork]

CD1 Mar 24 1960 Tivoli Konsertal, Copenhagen FM

CD2 1960 Frankfurt, West Germany & unknown locations FM

CD3 Apr 8 1960 Zurich, Switzerland FM

CD4 Apr 9 1960 Kurhaus, Schevenigen, Holland FM

CD5 Sep 27 1960 Manchester Free Trade Hall, England, first concert [aud]

CD6 Sept 27 1960 Manchester Free Trade Hall, England, second concert [aud]

[The band Miles Davis, John Coltrane ts, Wynton Kelly pn, Paul Chambers b, Jimmy Cobb drms]

Miles Davis Quintet - Manchester 1960 [Magnetic Records 2CD Torrent: 77003] live at Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England, September 27, 1960, Early & Late Shows. These shows also appear on the MilesTree compilation, Miles LX: Coltrane & Beyond. This version is the source for the MilesTree compilation. Ex SBD stereo. MilesTree lists this as an audience recording.

Miles Davis - Complete Stockholm 1960 [Dragon 4CD with art. Excellent pre-FM SNDBD] Stockholm 1960 4CD, Swedish Radio Broadcasts, 2 bands.

CD1: Mar 22 with John Coltrane; includes a brief interview with Coltrane.

CD2,3-4: Oct 13 with Sonny Stitt. CD2 track 1 is with Coltrane.

Miles Davis - Miles-Trees.Org presents European Tour 1964

Miles Davis Quintet - The European Tour of 1964 [miles-tree 7CDs] The band: Miles Davis - trumpet; Wayne Shorter - tenor saxophone; Herbie Hancock - piano; Ron Carter - bass; Tony Williams - drums.

CD1: live at Salle Pleyel, Paris, France - 1st concert, October 1. ORTF Radio Broadcast. CD2: 2nd concert at same venue and date. + 2 tracks Oct 6, at Messuhalli, Helsinki, Finland. HNK Radio Broadcast.

CD3: live at Johanneshovs Isstadion, Stockholm, Sweden, Oct 3. SR Radio Broadcast CD4: live at KB Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct 4. DR Radio Broadcast

CD5: live at Stadthalle, Sindelfingen, Germany, Oct 8. SDR Radio Broadcast CD6: live at Stadthalle, Sindelfingen, Germany, Oct 8. SDR Radio Broadcast

CD7: live at Teatro dell' Arte, Milan, Italy, Oct 11. RAI TV Broadcast

Acknowledgments by compiler Jan Keisers:* David X. Young sent me a copy of a rare, nearly complete, version of both Sindelfingen shows. * Roger Sherwood made this material available on TMLT. * I have used discographical information from Peter Losin's Miles Ahead web site (http://www.plosin.com/) and from Jan Lohmann's discography "The Sound of Miles Davis: The Discography 1945-1991. Copenhagen, Denmark: JazzMedia ApS, 1991." http://www.miles-trees.org/euro64/

Miles Davis - Miles-Trees.Org presents The Lost Quintet [12CDs with artwork]

CD1 March 1969 DUFFY'S TAVERN, ROCHESTER--audience recording 1st set

CD2 March 1969 DUFFY'S TAVERN, ROCHESTER--audience recording 2nd set

CD3 July 7, 1969 CENTRAL PARK, NEW YORK--audience recording

CD4 October 27, 1969 TEATRO SISTINA, ROME--Radio Televisione Italian (RAI) radio broadcast 1st set

CD5 October 27, 1969 TEATRO SISTINA, ROME--Radio Televisione Italian (RAI) radio broadcast 2nd set

Miles Davis Quintet - Rome 1969: Gemini [Crown 1CD dime 263963] live at Teatro Sistina, Rome, Italy, Oct 27, 1969. RAI radio b'cast. This is ripped from Japanese bootleg. "CD5 of The Lost Quintet Tree contains an incomplete 'third fragment' of this set. The Gemini bootleg contains the complete third fragment." Ex FM stereo.

CD6 November 2, 1969 RONNIE SCOTT'S CLUB, LONDON--BBC-TV broadcast

CD7 November 3, 1969 SALLE PLEYEL, PARIS--ORTF radio broadcast 1st set

CD8 November 3, 1969 SALLE PLEYEL, PARIS--ORTF radio broadcast 2nd set

CD9 November 4, 1969 TIVOLI KONSERTSAL, COPENHAGEN--Danish Radio broadcast

CD10 November 5, 1969 FOLKETS HUS, STOCKHOLM--Sveriges Radio broadcast 1st set

CD11 November 5, 1969 FOLKETS HUS, STOCKHOLM--Sveriges Radio broadcast 2nd set

CD12 November 9, 1969 DE DOELEN, ROTTERDAM--VARA radio broadcast

[The band Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter sx, Chick Corea kbds, Dave Holland bs, Jack DeJohnette drms]

Miles Davis Quintet - Berlin 1969 [no label 1CD Torrent: 57644] live at Philharmonie, Berlin, Nov 7, 1969. This is the complete set by the Miles Davis Quintet at the "Berliner Jazztage" 1969. Sound is excellent (from the original tapes). Miles, Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Dave Holland [bs] and Jack DeJohnette [drms]. Ex SBD stereo. First track was broadcast incomplete. Addition to Miles-Trees: The Lost Quintet

Miles Davis - Lost Quintet Extra: Village Gate 1969 [no label 1CD] live at Village Gate, New York, May-June 1969. Ex AUD? stereo. Possibly a soundboard or radio broadcast. This set is not in MilesTree.Org's Lost Quintet set.

Miles Davis - Miles-Trees.Org presents 1967 Europe (6 CDs with artwork)

CD1 1967.10.28 - Antwerp

CD2 1967.10.30 - Rotterdam + 1964.10.06 — Helsinki + 1967.11.01 - Helsinki

CD3 1967.11.02 - Copenhagen + 1967.11.01 — Helsinki + 1967.11.07 - Karlsruhe

CD4 1967.11.04 - Berlin + 1967.10.31 - Stockholm

CD5 1967.11.06 - Paris

CD6 1967.11.07 - Karlsruhe

Miles Davis - Miles-Trees.Org presents Miles At The Fillmore [8CDs with artwork]

CD1 Mar 6 1970 first show, Fillmore East SBD

CD2 Mar 6 1970 second show, Fillmore East SBD

CD3 Apr 9 1970 Fillmore West SBD

CD4 Apr 11 1970 Fillmore West SBD

CD5 Apr 12 1970 Fillmore West good SBD*

CD6 Oct 15 1970 Fillmore West good SBD*

CD7 Oct 17 1970 Fillmore West SBD

CD8 Oct 18 1970 Fillmore West SBD

[Note: The set has no trackmarks but individual track times are listed on artwork. * SBD is not as good quality but still very good. The band Mile Davis, Gary Bartz as, Keith Jarrett pn, Michael Henderson bs, Jack DeJohnette drms, Airto Moreira perc, Jumma Santos perc]

Miles Davis Septet - Fillmore West 1970: Upgrade of MilesTree 1970 [no label 1CD] live in San Francisco, Oct 15 1970. Taken from pre-FM source of a show broadcast on KPFA-FM. This is longer than the version found on MilesTree. Ex pre-FM stereo.

Miles Davis - Fillmore West 1970: Upgrade of MilesTree 1970 [no label 1CD Torrent: 56315] live in San Francisco, Apr 12, 1970. Ex SBD stereo. An improvement over the Miles-Tree set.

Miles Davis - Live At The Cellar Door [6CDs with homemade artwork]

CD1 Dec 16 1970 at Cellar Door, New York

CD2 Dec 17 1970

CD3 Dec 18 1970 2nd set

CD4 Dec 18 1970 3rd set

CD5 Dec 19 1970 2nd set with John McLaughlin

CD6 Dec 20 1970 3rd set with John McLaughlin

[Note: On all nights the band consisted of Miles Davis, Gary Bartz, Keith Jarrett, Michael Henderson, Jack DeJohnette, Airto Moreira. Excellent soundboard on all discs]

Miles Davis - Miles Davis 73 [miles-trees 11CDs]

This is the period known as the Electric Miles years when Davis experimented with a big band. Lineup varies from show to show but comprised: Miles Davis - trumpet; Dave Liebman - soprano and tenor saxophone and flute; Pete Cosey - guitar and percussion; Reggie Lucas - guitar; Khalil Balakrishna - sitar; Lonnie Liston Smith - keyboards; Michael Henderson - electric bass; Al Foster - drums; Badal Roy - tabla; James Mtume Forman - congas and percussion.

CD1: live at Crampton Auditorium, Howard University, Washington, DC, April 13, 1973, first concert. CD2: same venue and date, second show.

CD3: live at Shinjuku Kohseinenkin Hall, Tokyo, June 19, 1973 (first set). CD4: same venue and date, second set.

CD5: live at Rainbow Theatre, London, July 10, 1973 (first set). CD6: same venue and date, second set.

CD7: live at Jazz Workshop, Boston, MA, October 17, 1973 (probably second set)

CD8: live at Philharmonie, Berlin, November 1, 1973 (first concert). CD9: live at Stadthalle, Vienna, November 3, 1973.

CD10: live at Dom Sindikata, Belgrade, November 7, 1973. CD11: miscellaneous 1973 preformances. Tk 8 has a different lineup.

Compiled by Roger Sherwood; Artwork by Per Kassman; Session Details from Peter Losin's Miles Ahead
http://www.plosin.com/milesahead/
http://www.miles-trees.org/73tree/


Miles Davis - Miles-Trees.Org presents 1975 Tree [5CDs homemade art/ with setlist]

CD1 1975/01/22 Shinjuku Kohseinenkin Hall, Tokyo, first and second shows.

CD2 1975/06/11 Bottom Line, first and second show copy 1 [first version]

CD3 1975/06/11 Bottom Line, first and second show copy 2 [second version]

CD4 1975/07/01 Avery Fisher Hall [first and second shows]

Miles Davis - Avery Fisher Hall 1975: UPGRADE [no label 1CD losslesslegs] live at Avery Fisher Hall, New York, July 1, 1975. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, kb); Sam Morrison (ts, ss, fl); Pete Cosey (g, pc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (b); Al Foster (d); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). Ex AUD stereo. TT 79:57m. This was recorded by a band member with onstage mics.

Miles Davis - Avery Fisher Hall 1975: GOODY REMASTER Rev B Plus more [no label 2CD dime 286883] live at Avery Fisher Hall, New York, July 1, 1975. Lineup: Miles Davis (tp, kb); Sam Morrison (ts, ss, fl); Pete Cosey (g, pc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (b); Al Foster (d); James "Mtume" Foreman (pc). Ex AUD stereo. TT 88:14m. This was recorded by a band member with onstage mics. This has been speed-corrected by Prof Goody and more complete.

CD5 1975/01/22 Tokyo + 1975/06/11 Bottom Line

Miles Davis - Miles-Trees.Org presents Spring 1982 European Tour: Selected Concerts [8CDs with artwork]

CD1 April 13, 1982 - Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden SR broadcast [first & second sets]

CD2 April 14, 1982 - Jazzhus Montmartre, Copenhagen, Denmark DR broadcast [first & second sets]

CD3 April 22, 1982 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK [Audience recording made by Simon Shepherd of first set]

CD4 April 22, 1982 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK [Audience recording made by Simon Shepherd of second set]

CD5 April 26, 1982 Teatro Tenda Pianeta, Rome, Italy RAI broadcast of first set.

CD6 April 26, 1982 Teatro Tenda Pianeta, Rome, Italy RAI broadcast of second set.

CD7 May 3, 1982 Théâtre du Chatelet, Paris, France ORTF broadcast of first set.

CD8 May 3, 1982 Théâtre du Chatelet, Paris, France ORTF broadcast of second set.

[Note:The musicians are: Miles Davis (tpt, synth); Bill Evans (ss, ts, fl, el-p); Mike Stern (g); Marcus Miller (el-b); Al Foster (d); Mino Cinelu (perc)]

Miles Davis - Rare Collectors Series RCS - 084 to 087

The Last Word: The Warner Brothers Years CDs 1-4 [Unreleased. Withdrawn by Warner Brothers Records at last minute] 4 CDs excellent studio and live.

Miles Davis - The Black Album [Legendary Collection Series 2CD demonoid 1267899] CD1 unreleased studio recordings 1985-1987. CD 2 unreleased live recordings 1982-1989. Assembled for official release but abandoned. Ex SBD stereo.

Miles Davis Band w Robben Ford - Beacon Theatre 1986 [no label 1CD dime 375093] live at Beacon Theatre, New York, April 6, 1986. A bootleg, Social Music, covers the same material. It is uncertain if this version is a copy of the bootleg. Lineup: Miles Davis - trumpet; Bob Berg - sax; Robben Ford - gtr; Robert Irving III - synth; Adam Holzman - synth; Felton Crews - bs; Marilyn Mazur - perc, drums; Steve Thornton - perc; Vincent Wilburn - drums. Ex SBD stereo. There's some doubt about it being a soundboard but it sounds like one.


Miles Davis - Miles In Belgium: 1957 - 1989 [MilesTree 8CDs]

CD1: Three tracks live at Birdland, Broadway, New York City, October 1957 + 9 tracks live at Koningin Elizabeth-zaal, Zoo, Antwerpen, 28-10-1967

CD2: Live at Palais des Beaux Arts, Salle Henri Leboeuf, Bruxelles, 26-10-1971

CD3: Live at Paleis voor Schone Kunsten, Zaal Henri Leboeuf, Brussel, 8-2-1982

CD4: Live at Koninklijk Circus, Brussel, 25-4-1983

CD5: Pt 2 of 25-4-1983

CD6: Live at Forest National, Bruxelles, 31-10-1985. Worst sound of this set.

CD7: Live at Koningin Elizabethzaal, Antwerpen 1-11-1989

CD8: The Encores from 1983 and 1989.

Miles Davis - Radio Project [American Public Radio 8CD] An 8CD radio show narrated by actor Danny Glover. Ex FM stereo
CD1 - Early years 1926-1946
CD2 - New York to Paris and back 1946-1956
CD3 - Midnight Idol 1956-1960
CD4 - The Sixties Are Electric 1959 - 1969
CD5 - Retirement & Rebirth
CD6 - Behind The Scenes
CD7 - Rare Live 1 live from the late '80s
CD8 - Rare Live 2 live from the late '80s


+ + + + +

Dick Dale - Santa Monica 1996 (no label, 1CD dime 497583) live at Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA; July 18, 1996. KPCC-FM broadcast July 22, 1996. VG FM stereo. TT: 55:53m. DATA FILE ONLY

Damon & Naomi [with Kurihara of Ghost] - London, 2001 [no label 1CD] live at the Garage, May 15 2001. Includes covers of Gram Parsons and Tim Buckley. Ex AUD stereo.

Damon & Naomi - NHK 505 Studio, Tokyo [no label 1CD Torrent:50549] live in Tokyo, June 23, 2005. Plus tracks 11-15 live in Kichijoji Manda-La 2, Tokyo, Jan 19, 2004. With Michio Kurihara gtr; Bhob Rainey sax and Masaki Bato acoustic gtr. Includes covers of Vashti Bunyan, Ghost and Caetano Veloso. Ex FM stereo.

England Dan & John Ford Coley - Live In The Studio: 1979 PROMO LP [Big Tree 1CD] Promo LP released by Big Tree Records in 1979. Ex SBD stereo. Minor vinyl sound can be heard. Never for sale and rare.

Evan Dando - London 2009 [no label 2CD dime 262363] live at The MacBeth, London, May 13, 2009, solo concert. Formerly of Lemonheads. Ex SBD stereo.

Charlie Daniels - Solo 1978 [no label 1CD dime 205334] live at From The WPLR Studio - New Haven, CT in 1978 or 79. "This is an "Unplugged" version of Charlie Daniels performing by himself with an acoustic guitar in the WPLR radio studio in New Haven, CT." Ex- FM stereo.


Charlie Daniels Band - Bloomington 1979 [no label 2CD Torrent: 75370] live at Met Center, Bloomington, MN, May 15, 1979. Ex FM stereo. The complete show.

Danielson Famile - Bloomington fest 2001 [no label 1CD Torrent: 59896] live at Waldron Firebay, Bloomington, IN, Aug 31, 2001. "This is a Daniel Smith solo show, complete with the nine foot, fruit tree." Guest June Panic. Ex SBD stereo. Short 36 min show.

The Daptone Super Soul Revue w Sharon Jones, Charles Bradley and others - Live in Nice, France 2014 (no label dime 498171) live at Théatre de Verdure, Nice, France, July 10 2014. Lineup: The Sugarman 3 with special guests Saun and Starr; Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaires; Antibalas; Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings and the Master of Ceremonies Binky Griptite. Ex FM stereo. TT: 124m. DATA FILE ONLY

Bobby Darin - Rare, Rockin' & Unreleased [Ring of Stars? 1CD Torrent: 54114] unidentified studio outtakes, with setlist, includes Splish Splash, Queen of the Hop, Mack The Knife and more. Ex SBD stereo.

Dark Tranquillity - Gates Of Metal Festival 2005 [no label 1CD Torrent: 80954] live at Hultsfred, Sweden, Aug 6, 2005. Broadcast on P3 FM on Feb 2 2006. Ex FM stereo.

The Datsuns - They Live [no label 1CD] live on Radio One with John Peel, ICA London May 27 2004.

The Dave & Deke Combo  - The Ultimate Concert For World Peace 2014, Rockabilly the way Dog intended (no label 1CD dime 510792) live at Joe's Great American Bar & Grill, Burbank, CA, Nov 15, 2014, four days after HBO's The Concert For Valor. A hitwitstuff2 AUD Recording and Upload!  "All in the cause of World Peace Dave & Deke buried the hatchet and reunited for this very special show. Nobody but them knows why they buried the hatchet. It was a good hatchet and could have come in handy this winter, but when Dave and Deke get together·.well, boys will be boys·Loads of fun was has by all. Enjoy!" Lineup: Dave Stuckey - Vocals and Acoustic Guitar, Deke Dickerson - Vocals and Lead Guitar, Lloyd Martin - Upright Bass #1, Shorty Poole - Steel Guitar and Upright Bass #2 and Chris "Sugarballs" Sprague - Drums and vocals. VG AUD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Betty Davis - LeCastellett 1976 [no label 1CD] very short 20min excerpt of a live performance from the black beauty whose sidemen included members of the Miles Davis bands. This is funk. Ex- SBD mono?

Betty Davis - LeCastellett 1976: COMPLETE AUDIENCE VERSION [no label 1CD dime 370639] Full show from the black beauty whose sidemen included members of the Miles Davis bands. This is funk. Live at Riviera '76 Festival Jazz-Rock, Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, France, July 25, 1976. Lineup: Betty Davis - vocals; Larry Johnson - bass; Fred Mills - keys; Carlos Morales - guitar; Semmie "Nickey" Neal Jr - drums. VG+ AUD stereo? TT: 49:39m.

Skeeter Davis - Montego Bay 1982 [no label 1CD dime 290830] live at Jamaica World Music Festival, Bob Marley Memorial Performing Center, Montego Bay, Jamaica, Nov 26, 1982. Class act in front of Rastafarians. Whatever were they thinking? Ex- SBD stereo. A bit too much bass. TT: 46:37m.

Skeeter Davis - Montego Bay 1982: UPGRADE [no label 1CD yeeshkul 153231] live at Jamaica World Music Festival, Bob Marley Memorial Performing Center, Montego Bay, Jamaica, Nov 26, 1982. Ex SBD stereo. TT: 46:37m. This version from Frank Streeter's master tape. Transferred and mastered by Charlie Miller.

Juan De La Cruz Band - Up In Arms 1CD
The Juan De La Cruz Band is one of the few less commercialized electronic bands in the Philippines, a South-east Asia archipelago which claims to have more Western-oriented musicians per square mile than any country in the world. No other group in the Philippines gained so much greater heights of success in relatively a very short span of time. This album debut is a monumental testimony. It is the first venture of its kind in this part of the musical globe. The big difference there is in it is... the Juan De La Cruz Band now reaches out for a wider international audience.

The Dead 60's - Black Session 2005 [no label 1CD Torrent: 62584] live at Studio 105 Maison de Radio France, Paris Oct 3, 2005 + three tracks by Sunday Drivers live at Festival Des Vielles Charrues, July 23, 2005. The Dead 60's are: Ben Gordon, Bryan Johnson, Matt Mcmanamon & Charlie Turner. Ex FM stereo.

Dead Kennedys - A Skateboard Party 1982: Hi-res 24 96 (no label, 1CD dime 497107) live at the Alabamahalle, Munich, Germany; December 8, 1982. (December 13?) This has also been listed as Stuttgart, September 13, 1982. VG SBD stereo. Vinyl rip. Might be some "static" inherent in the source. DATA FILE ONLY

Death - Aborted First Scream Bloody Gore [no label 1CD Torrent: 91504] Tks 1-7 Death studio session in Florida, July 1986. Tks 8-11 Voor's Evil Metal demos Sept 1985. Both bands were at the beginning of the Death Metal scene. Ex- SBD stereo.

Death Chants - Takoma Park 2006 [no label 1CD Torrent: 102699] live at Sangha, Takoma Park, MD, June 24, 2006. "If you must have a few musical comparisions, I'd say they're a dream-like mix of Yo La Tengo and the improvisatory Mars Volta sets, with a pinch of John Zorn thrown in for good measure." Described as ethereal neo-psychedelic improvisation. VG AUD stereo.

The Decemberists - Morning Becomes Eclectic 2005 [no label 1CD] live at KCRW 89.9 FM, Apr 21 2005. Ex FM stereo.

The Decemberists - Newport Folk Festival 2011 [no label 2CD dime 367956] live in Newport, Rhode Island, July 30, 2011. The last track on CD1 has a seven second dropout.

The Decemberist - Live in Session On MBE KCRW FM 2015 (no label 1CD dime 518636) live in Santa Monica, California, KCRW Radio FM Broadcast on Jan 21, 2015. Ex FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY. No to MP3

The Kiki Dee Band - Live in London 1975 "BBC Presents" (no label 1CD dime 459037) live at Paris Theatre, London, UK, March 16, 1975? Probably broadcast on BBC1 March 22, 1975. This show is taken from two original reel boxes. "The tapes are 7.5 ips quarter-inch two track. This means the music plays backward if you flip the tape. In order to get best quality, channels 1 and 4 were used on my quad machine. Finding an original machine to play these is next to impossible. Loose oxide was a continual problem, requiring multiple takes of individual tracks to get the best representation. Any cuts you may hear in the applause are not from music missing, it's from having to restart." - ADoinker Tape. Ex- pre-FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Kiki Dee - Sight & Sound In Concert 1977 (no label dime 460819) live at Golders Green Hippodrome, London, England, February 26, 1977. Ex FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Deep Purple - Paradiso 1969 [no label 1CD zomb 31625] live in Amsterdam, NL, Aug 24, 1969. This is the earliest DP MKII recording in soundboard quality. Ex- SBD stereo. One track Wring That Neck has been removed as it has been officially released.

Deep Purple - Fairfield Hall 1970 [no label 2CD] live at Fairfield Hall, England, Nov 22 1970. Gd AUD mono. A slightly muffled show and distant recording with hiss.

Deep Purple - Birmingham 1971 [no label 1CD] live in Birmingham, Feb 12 1971. Gd+ AUD mono. This has some echo and is slightly muddy.

Deep Purple - Oldenburg 1971 [no label 1CD] live at Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, Germany, Apr 7 1971. VG AUD

Deep Purple - Danish Yodel Beware [P-Duck 2CD] live at Vejlby-Risskovhallen, Aarhus, Denmark, Apr 24 1971. "Absolutely great sounding audience recording." Tour in support of Fireball. Ex- AUD stereo

Deep Purple - Live in Italy [Gypsy Eye 2CD] live at Palazzo Pal Sport, Rome, Italy, May 28 1971. Gd+ AUD stereo. Echo and boomy.

Deep Purple - Toronto '71 [P-Duck 2CD] live in Toronto, July 2 1971. Gd+ AUD mono. Muddy with the vocals buried sometimes.

Deep Purple - Long Beach 1971 [no label 1CD Torrent: 86807] live at Long Beach Arena, USA, July 30, 1971. "The second track, "Strange Kind Of Woman", had to be removed becaue this is available officially on a CD called "New Live & Rare" released by Purple Records as a part of the Sonic Zoom series." Mark II Lineup: Ritchie Blackmore - guitar, Ian Gillan - vocals, Roger Glover - bass guitar, Jon Lord - organ & Ian Paice - drums. Ex FM stereo.

Deep Purple - Turn Around 1971 [Gypsy Eye 1CD] live at Civic Arena, Long Beach, California, Aug 30 1971. Gd+ to VG+ AUD mono? Clear vocals, sound gets better as the show continues.

Deep Purple 71/12/6-12 Machine Head 1971 / Studio Outtakes , Montreux / @1CD-RT / Dream Factory / SBD-9.10

Deep Purple - Autumn Of 1971 [Bondage Music 2CD] Live at Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, England, Sept 29 1971. Missing CD 3 live in Vienna Sept 4 1971.  VG+ AUD

Deep Purple - Machine Head [QuadraDisc 2CD] CD1 stereo mix from the quad tapes. CD2 discrete tracks 1-7 front channel mix. 8-14 rear channel. Ex SBD stereo

Deep Purple - Swing Auditorium 1972 [Doc Tinker 1CD Torrent: 110356] live at Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, Jan 28, 1972. From Master AUD reel-to-reel (first time in circulation Sept 2006). "The version of Space Truckin' is pre-"Machine Head" by several months. It's very much shortened and closer to the LP version. Instead of an extended version of that song, we are treated to a jam of the instrumental portion of "Mandrake Root", where Purple succeed in bringing the house down. Unfortunately the tape cuts at about 17 minutes into the instrumental." VG+ AUD stereo.

Deep Purple - Purplemania [no label] - 5 tracks live Paris Theatre, London, Feb 22 1972 + 4 live tracks and 5 Machine Head demos and sessions.

Deep Purple - Live At Leeds 1972 [no label 2CD] live at Leeds Town Hall, England Sept 29 1972. Poor AUD mono? Distant, muddy sound. 

Deep Purple - The Palace 1972 [Tarantura 1CD mindwarp 2719] live at The Palace Theatre, 100 E Main Street, Waterbury, Conn, Nov 11, 1972. Lineup: Deep Purple MkII. VG+ AUD stereo. This show came just after the famous Tokyo concerts that became Made In Japan.

Deep Purple - Purple Blitz [Demon's Eye 2CD] live at Sporthalle, Berlin, Germany, Jan 16 1973. This is possibly sourced from MP3. Ex SBD[?] NOT FOR TRADE

Deep Purple - Munich 1973 [no label 2CD Torrent: 107876] live at Olympiahalle, München, Germany, January 21, 1973. Newly discovered in 2006. "As I understand it, the gentleman who recorded this hung two separate mics on either side of the stage. He recently discovered the tapes which he thought were lost." Lineup: Ritchie Blackmore - guitar; Ian Gillan - vocals, harmonica; Roger Glover - bass guitar; Jon Lord - organ; Ian Paice - drums. VG AUD stereo. Distant and echoey. Perhaps the stage monitors were faced away from the dangling mics.

Deep Purple - Birmingham 1973 [no label 2CD] live at Birmingham Town Hall, England Feb 21 1973. Gd AUD stereo.

Deep Purple - Lyon 1973 [no label 1CD Torrent 76551] live at the Palais des Sports, Lyon, France, Mar 16, 1973. Deep Purple Appreciation Society chairman Simon Robinson tried to get this recording from Radio Luxemburg but wasn't successful because they lost all their recordings. This is sourced from a copy of the AM broadcast that appeared on the bootleg Mary Long - speed & pitch corrected. VG+ AM mono?

Deep Purple - Hofstra University, New York 1973 [no label 1CD] live in New York, May 27 1973. Three tracks only, incomplete show. VG+ - Ex- radio show in stereo?

Deep Purple - Square It Up 1973 [Reel Master 2CD] live in Japan, June 25 1973. VG AUD stereo.

Deep Purple - A Night Of The Machine 1973 [no label 2CD] live at Koseinenkin Hall, Osaka, Japan, June 27 1973. Second last show before Ian Gillan left the band. VG - VG+ AUD mono? Improves by Tk 2.

Deep Purple - Final Truckin' [no label 1CD] Deep Purple Mk 2's final show at Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan, June 29 1973. Includes Ian Gillian's farewell speech. Ex- AUD

Deep Purple - Stormbringer [QuadraDisc 1CD] Quadrophonic mix. Ex SBD

Deep Purple - MSG 1974 [no label 2CD Torrent: 89759] live at Madison Square Garden, New York, Mar 13, 1974. Lineup: Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glen Hughes, Jon Lord, Ian Paice. VG+ AUD stereo.

Deep Purple - Hammersmith '74 [8-Ball 2CD] live in London, Sept 5 1974. It says soundboard on the cover but it's not. Gd AUD mono?

Deep Purple - Burnt Purple [no label 2CD] live at Bremen, Germany, Sept 19 1974. This is Purple MK 3 with David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes. VG+ AUD

Deep Purple - Jakarta 1975 with Tommy Bolin [no label 1CD] legendary show in Indonesia at the Senyan Sports Stadium, Dec 4 1975, with 6,000 armed policemen and police dobermans in attendance. Described by the band as their most frightening show. Bolin's bodyguard was killed in Jakarta during this tour. 150,000 Indonesians saw these concerts. GD+ AUD

Deep Purple - "Jakarta On My Mind" [Gardener Remaster 1CD Torrent: 68944] live at Senyan Sports Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia, Dec 4, 1975 with David Coverdale - vocals; Tommy Bolin - guitar, vocals; Jon Lord - organ, piano; Glenn Hughes - bass, vocals & Ian Paice - drums. "I applied some slight speed and pitch correction (the original was a little slow), normalization and EQ, and a little cleaning on some spots. The fact that the original recording is in mono enabled me to play with the two channels differently before mixing them back together, which permitted to clean the sound a little more." GD+ AUD mono.

Deep Purple - Radio City New York: A Joe Maloney Master [no label 2CD torrent 160962]live at Radio City Music Hall, New York, Jan 23, 1976. VG+ AUD stereo. Taped by fan Joe Maloney, very close to stage.

Deep Purple - Ritchie's Last [Darker Than Blue 1CD dime 373837] live at Icehall, Helsinki, Finland, Nov 17, 1993. Short soundboard, two songs including one long guitar solo. Ex SBD stereo. Title refers to Mr Blackmore's final performance with Deep Purple as of 2011.

Deep Purple - Made in Korea [3h recordings 1CD] Tks 1-5 live at Triport Rock Festival, Inchon Sonado, Korea, July 31 1999. Tks 6-9 live in Seoul, Korea, Apr 2 2000. Ex TV broadcast stereo.

Deep Purple - The Bootleg Series 1984-2000 [Thompson 12CD]
CD1&2 Highway Stars - Live in Adelaide, Memorial Drive Nov 30 1984
CD3&4 Third Night - Live in Sweden, June 16 1985
CD5&6 Hungary Days - Live in Budapest, Jan 28 1987
CD7&8 In Your Trousers -Live in Stockholm, Nov 13 1993
CD9&10 Purple Sunshine - Live in Ft Lauderdale, Mar 4 1995
CD11&12 Made In Japan 2000 - Live in Osaka, Apr 1 2000

[These recordings are taken from good quality audience tapes and in no way represent high quality live concert audio. They have been professionally remastered from audience sources and are subject to variation in sound quality - taken from the set's liner notes. More or less accurate.]

Deep Purple - Live In Birmingham 2002 [no label 2CD torrent 166879] live at NEC Arena, Birmingham, UK, Sept 14, 2002. Lineup: Ian Gillian, Roger Glover bs, Steve Morse gtr, Don Airey kybd, Jon Lord kybd, Ian Paice drms. Ex SBD stereo.

Deep Purple - The Songs That Built Rock: Helsinki 2011 [no label 2CD dime 388063] live at Hartwall Areena, Helsinki, Finland, Dec 7, 2011. Features Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt. Lineup Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Steve Morse, Don Airey. Ex SBD stereo.

Deep Purple - The Songs That Built Rock: Oslo 2011 [no label 2CD dime 388064] live at Spektrum Arena, Oslo, Norway, Dec 13, 2011.Features Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt. Lineup Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Steve Morse, Don Airey. Ex SBD stereo.

Def Leppard - Early Studio Recordings [no label 1CD Torrent: 79802] Studio recordings from 1978-79. "Early studio recordings from late 1978 or early 1979. "Tomorrow" is an early demo version of "Sorrow Is A Woman"." Ex SBD stereo.

Def Leppard - Paris Theatre 1979 [no label 1CD Torrent #79935] live at Paris Theatre, London, Sept 1979. No exact date. "[This] is from my own personnel BBC LP Transcription DISC. These are very rare and were only used by British DJ's. The sound does not get any better than this, you can hear the odd crackle and pop as it came from vinyl but nothing to take away from the recording." Ex pre-FM stereo.

Def Leppard - Reading Festival 1980 [no label 1CD Torrent: 79838] live at Reading Festival, Aug 24, 1980. "This is a great sounding show from the Reading Festival in England. "Medicine Man" is an early demo version of "ROCK ROCK (till you drop)"." Ex FM stereo.

Def Leppard - Acoustic Vault Tour 1995 [no label 1CD Torrent: 81607] live in Tokyo, Japan, Nov 11, 1995, the Vault tour. Ex SBD stereo.

Desmond Dekker & The Aces - His Final Show 2006 [no label 1CD Torrent #96339] live at Leeds, UK, May 11, 2006. Dekker died May 26, 2006. VG AUD stereo.

Ilse DeLange - Pinkpop 2007 [no label 1CD Torrent: 148606] live at Megaland, Landgraaf, The Netherlands, May 27, 2007. Ex FM stereo. SHORT.

Lana Del Rey - Sweden 2014 (no label 1CD dime 507564) live at Bravalla Festival, Norrkoping Sweden,  June 26, 2014. Sveriges Radio Webcast Audio (192kbps AAC). Complete show. Ex digital stereo. TT: 56:14m. DATA FILE ONLY

Lana Del Rey - BBC Radio 1 Session 2015, DVB-S (no label 1CD dime 542161) live at Maida Vale Studios, London, U.K. Sept 15, 2015 for Annie Mac show, with Huw Stephens sitting in for Annie. Broadcast on 2015-09-22, the BBC website (URL above) states that the session was recorded on 2015-09-15; however the broadcast was presented "as live", although Huw's in final comments (not included here) he said "thank you to Lana Del Rey for recording that for us tonight". Ex digital stereo. TT: 25:39m. MP2 at 192 kbps. DATA FILE ONLY

Iris DeMent - Berkeley 1992 [no label 2CD Torrent: 82504] live at The Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse, Berkeley, CA, July 9, 1992. Probably a KPFA-FM broadcast. Rare guitar-only performance. Ex FM mono?

Iris Dement - Honest Bittersweet Reflections [no label 1CD] live Cactus Cafe, Austin Texas, Sept 18 1994. Ex FM

Iris Dement - Strawberry Music Festival 1998 [no label 1CD] live at Camp Mather, Yosemite, California, May 24 1998. Ex FM stereo.

Iris Dement - Turn Your Damned Thing Off! [no label 2CD] live at Centro Asturiano Theatre, ybor City, Florida, Jan 15 1999. Ex SBD or FM? Stereo.

Iris Dement/ John Prine - A Suitable Pair 2001 [no label 2CD] Lied Centre, Lincoln, Sept 28 2001. VG+ AUD.

Iris DeMent - Solo in Rockingham 2007 [no label 1CD Torrent: 194270] live at Main Stage Tent, Roots On The River Festival, Rockingham, VT, June 9, 2007. Ex SBD stereo.

Iris Dement - Kate Wolf Memorial Music Festival, 2013 (no label 1CD dime 492144) live at main stage, Black Oak Ranch, Laytonville, CA, June 30, 2013. Lineup: Iris DeMent - Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Neal Casal - Guitars, Jon Graboff - Pedal Steel, Brian Owens - Drums and Dave Jakes - Bass.  88.9 FM Sunset Radio (On-site live broadcast). Ex FM stereo. TT: 76:47m. "Another 3 way effort, Sally attended and recorded, Big Dee cleaned up the files and I resplit/labelled/tagged. Many thanks to Sally & Dave. I don't know what the set up is at Kate Wolfe for the FM broadcasts but I suspect they use microphones rather/as well as a board feed as you can hear a fair bit of crowd/possibly crew noise." - kayjaybee. DATA FILE ONLY

John Denver - John Denver Sing: The Lost Album [no label 1CD dime 324798] recorded by Denver in 1966 to showcase his songs and performance. This was distributed to friends and business contacts. Includes the first version of Leaving On A Jet Plane, at the time titled Baby, I Hate To Go. Ex- SBD stereo. Transferred from a vinyl copy. Some background noise. Baby, I Hate To Go has been officially released. NOT FOR TRADE.

John Denver - Philadelphia Folk Festival 1968 [no label 1CD dime 444213] live at Philadelphia Folk Festival, Old Pool Farm, Schwenksville, PA, August 23, 1968. Soundboard source and rebroadcast on WXPN-FM March 24, 2013. Ex FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

John Denver - Skip Weshner Show 1970 [no label 1CD] Live on KRHM-FM in Los Angeles March 23, 1970. Tks 1-7 is just the music. Tk 8-22 is the full show including interview with Denver. Skip Weshner hosted a show on KRHM-FM for many years. This tape was one of the many that was rescued from his estate after his death in 1997. This show took place just as Denver's career was taking off. Ex FM stereo.

John Denver - Skip Weshner Show 1971 [no label 1CD] Live on KRHM-FM in Los Angeles March 9, 1971. Tks 1-9 is just the music. Tk 10-25 is the full show including interview with Denver. Skip Weshner hosted a show on KRHM-FM for many years. This tape was one of the many that was rescued from his estate after his death in 1997. There is a significant moment when Denver says he was up the night before writing a brand new song. He then performs Starwood In Aspen - clearly the first-ever public performance of what would later be a John Denver standard. Ex FM stereo.

Depeche Mode - Austin City Limits 2013 (no label 2CD dime 468092) live at Austin City Limits, Austin, TX, USA, Oct 11, 2013 on Delta Machine Tour. Complete webstream recording off YouTube. "Superb audio quality. Very little to complain about regarding the audio by itself, except the morons at ACL started streaming DM three-quarters of the way through "Welcome To My World"." Line up: Dave Gahan - lead vocals; Martin Gore - guitar, backing vocals, occasional lead vocals (*); Andrew Fletcher - keyboards; Peter Gordeno - keyboards, bass guitar (during "A Pain That I'm Used To"), backing vocals and Christian Eigner - drums. Ex webstream stereo. TT: 1:28:09. DATA FILE ONLY

Derringer - Whisky-A-Go-Go [no label 1CD Torrent: 75910] live at Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, February 8, 1977. Broadcast on KWST in Los Angeles. "An excellent setlist and very hot performance featuring many tracks from the first two Derringer albums; Derringer and Sweet Evil." Derringer is Rick Derringer and band. Ex FM stereo.

Derringer - Whisky-A-Go-Go in LA, 1977 FM (no label 1CD dime 513225) live in Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A., Feb 18, 1977. Lineup: Rick Derringer: Vocals, Guitar; Danny Johnson: Guitar, Vocals; Kenny Aaronson: Bass, Background Vocals and Vinny Appice: Drums. VG+ FM stereo. TT: 59:37m. DATA FILE ONLY

Rick Derringer - Chicago 1979 (no label, 1CD tradersden 112155) live at the International Ampitheatre, Chicago, IL; December 28, 1979. VG FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Desert Rose Band - Roses At The Ritz 1989 [no label 1CD] live in New York, 1989. This is ex-Byrds Chris Hillman and Herb Pedersen's band. Ex SBD stereo. A bit too much treble.

Desmond Dekker - San Francisco 1996 (teddy ballgame 2CD? dime 474572) live at Slim's, San Francisco, CA, February 16, 1996. "One DAT 'zap' @ the start of the set."- ellaguru. Ex SBD stereo. A 'teddy ballgame' DAT soundboard master. DAT master @ 16bit/48kHz DATA FILE ONLY

Deus - A Hard Night's Daze [Sued] - 7 live at Astoria London, Feb 16 1995 + 4 live at Trinity, Bristol England, Apr 19 1995 + 4 studio outtakes Mar 15 1995 in London.

Devo - Mabuhay Gardens 1977 Early & Late sets [no label 2CD Torrent: 95484] live at Mabuhay Gardens, San Francisco CA, August 3 1977. Ex SBD stereo. Generation of tape unknown.

Dexys Midnight Runners - Haarlem 1982 [no label 1CD hungercity 27263] live at Haarlem, The Netherlands; October 27, 1982. This show has been shared as taking place in Vredenburg, Utrecht in The Netherlands but according to dexys.org, the group played Haarlem on the day. VG+ FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Neil Diamond - Seattle 1972: JEMS MASTER [no label 2CD dime 297236] live at Seattle Center Coliseum, WA, July 23, 1972. VG+ AUD mono. Taken from taper's master reel. This is a JEMS master recording.

Neil Diamond - Thank You Australia [no label 2CD] live at the Sydney Sports Ground, Australia, Mar 9 1976. VG-Ex- FM stereo. Some radio distortion.

Neil Diamond - Staples Center 2005 [no label 2CD Torrent: 62332] live in Los Angeles, CA, Oct 1, 2005. VG AUD stereo. A bit far from stage, echo.

Neil Diamond - BBC Live 2008 [no label 1CD Demonoid 1482397] live at BBC Radio Theatre, London, May 14, 2008 to promote his Home Before Dark 2008 album. Ex FM stereo. TT 54:41m

Neil Diamond - Rotterdam 2008 [no label 2CD Torrent: 199241] live at Sportpaleis AHOY, Rotterdam (Netherlands), May 25, 2008. Recorded by Old Dutch Master and edited by Young Dutch Master. Lineage: Edirol RO-09 > SD card > USB > harddisk. VG+ to Ex- AUD stereo. Nice warm recording.

Neil Diamond - BBC Electric Proms 2010 [no label 2CD dime 329057] live at The Roundhouse, London, Oct 30, 2010 with Lulu and Amy McDonald. Ex FM stereo. This is recorded from BBC2 FM live b'cast.

Neil Diamond - Greek Theatre 2012 [no label 2CD dime 417063] live at The Greek, Los Angeles, CA, August 18, 2012. The third of five shows on the 40th anniversary of Hot August Night. Ex- AUD stereo.

Neil Diamond - Greek Theatre 2012 [no label 2CD hungercity 18841] live at The Greek, Los Angeles, CA, August 23, 2012. The fourth of five shows on the 40th anniversary of Hot August Night. Ex- IEM MONO. Taper benchboy.

Neil Diamond - Mono 45s [no label 1CD demonoid 1913827 + 1918936] a collection of Neil Diamond's singles A&B sides ripped from promo and original vinyl by djwilbur. Shared May 2009. VG+ to Ex SBD mono.

The Olde Lamplighter (Deke Dickerson) - The Ultimate Concert For World Peace 2014, "The Triumphant Return of The (San Fernando) Valley's Biggest Superstar!" (no label 1CD dime 510727) live at Joe's Great American Bar & Grill, Burbank, CA, Nov 15, 2014, four days after HBO's The Concert For Valor. "Hillbilly humor at its finest in the grand tradition of Hee Haw. Basically its Deke Dickerson dressed as a stereotype very old American male complete with flag-adorned walker (see jpeg files) singing cantankerous old right-wing American lyrics to old country songs spun by DJ Dan Moses." A hitwitstuff2 AUD Recording and Upload!  VG AUD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY.

Dinosaurs w John Cipollina - The Old Waldorf 1982 [no label 4CD losslesslegs] live at The Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA, December 10, 1982. CD1+2 first set. CD3+4 second set. Lineup: Peter Albin of Big Brother and the Holding Company, John Cipollina of Quicksilver Messenger Service, Papa John Creach of Hot Tuna, Spencer Dryden of Jefferson Airplane, Robert Hunter of the Grateful Dead, Barry Melton of Country Joe and The Fish and keyboardist Merl Saunders from the Saunders-Garcia Band. This evening guests included Country Joe McDonald, Mickey Hart, Sam Andrew, Righteous Raoul, Nicky Hopkins, David Nelson, Harry Aceves and Mike Wilhelm. This is from the masters. Ex SBD stereo.

Dio - Russian Diver (Lost & Found Records 2CD) Live at KKT Cosmos, Jekaterinburg, Russia, September 13, 2005. Lineup: Ronnie James Dio - vocals; Craig Goldie - guitar; Rudy Sarzo - bass; Scott Warren - keyboards and Simon Wright - drums. Ex- SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Dion & The Belmonts - 1958 Recording Session [no label 1CD Torrent: 130793] Recording session (incomplete) for 'I Wonder Why' and 'Teen Angel.' "I got this one almost 15 years ago from one of the world’s top authority on Doo-Wop in the ‘50s. He also owned a reissue label and as such was privvy to many sesssions never heard by the general public. On learning that my wife's own favorite Doo-Wop group was Dion And the Belmonts, he offered this to her as a birthday present… You'll hear some light hiss and a bit of cassette warble at the head, nothing distracting. I have applied NO eq or nr of any sort.." EX SBD stereo. 15 mins

Dion - Intimate Outtakes [no label 1CD] CD-R from trade. According to the notes this contains sessions from 1964-1966 blues sessions and from 1976 or 1977 with the Streetheart Band. VG+ SBD? stereo.

Dion & The Main Street Gang - The Bottom Line 1978 [no label 1CD Torrent: 52216] live at The Bottom Line New York, NY Sept 11, 1978. Radio Broadcast on 102.7 WNEW. Ex FM stereo.

Dion And The Street Light Band - Asbury Park 1989 [no label, 2CD dime 474734] Live at the The Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ; August 26, 1989. VG+ AUD stereo. The Ken G. Collection (Vol 60). DATA FILE ONLY

Dionysos - Evreux 2005 [no label 1CD Torrent: 122092] live at Evreux, L'abordage, France, Oct 1, 2005. Broadcast on Oui FM in January 1, 2006. Ex FM stereo. Great French rock band.

Dire Straits - 1977 Demos [no label 1CD Torrent: 152947] recorded at various studios from July to November 1977 taken from first generation tape. Ex- SBD stereo.

Dire Straits - Leeds: Original Tape & interview [no label 1CD Torrent: 152944 & 152954] Tks 1-9 live at Leeds Polytechnic, UK, Jan 30, 1978 plus interview Tk 10 July 19, 1978. Ex SBD stereo.

Dire Straits - Cologne 1979 [Immortal, 1CD dime 501083] live at Studio L, Cologne, Germany; February 16, 1979 for Rockpalast TV show. Lineup: Mark Knopfler (guitar, vocals), David Knopfler (guitar), John Illsley (bass), and Pick Withers (drums). Ex SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Dire Straits - New York 1979 (no label, 2CD dime 525664) live at the Palladium, New York, NY; September 11, 1979. From 1st generation of master tape. VG+ AUD stereo. Shared by davmar77 in April 2015. DATA FILE ONLY

Dire Straits w Nils Lofgren and Hank B. Marvin - The Long Strait Walk To Wembley, 1985: COMPLETE ENLIGHT VERSION 2014 (no label 1CD dime 499465) live at Wembley Arena, London, UK, July 10, 1985. Lineup: Mark Knopfler - Vocals, Guitar, John Illsley - Bass, Jack Sonni - Guitar, Alan Clark - Keyboards, Guy Fletcher - Keyboards, Chris White - Saxophone and Terry Williams - Drums. Guests: Nils Lofgren and Hank B. Marvin. Source A-Tracks: 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08 ripped from the original silver "Walk On Stage". Source B-Tracks: 01,09,11 Ripped from the DVD "Wembley does the walk" and remastered. Source C-Track: 13 Taken from The Superstar Concert series. Ex- SBD/FM stereo. Shared by enlight, July 2014. DATA FILE ONLY

The Divine Comedy - TV show 2001 [no label 2CD Torrent: 82585] live at Le Trobendo, Paris, Feb 21, 2001. Recorded from TV. Ex- SBD stereo.

The Divine Comedy - Bourges France [no label 1CD] live at Printemps De Bourges, May 18 2001. Ex FM stereo.

Django Django - Live In Session On MBE KCRW FM 2015 (no label 1CD dime 536322) live at KCRW, Santa Monica, California, August 7, 2015. "Scottish art rockers Django Django veer seamlessly between pop and psych-rock sounds with some synths and electronic music thrown in for good measure. It's a musical melange that works really well and we look forward to welcoming them back to our studio." Ex FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY. No to MP3

Lou Doillon - Live In Session On MBE 2013 (no label 1CD dime 470567) live at Santa Monica, California, Oct 10, 2013. A KCRW Radio FM Live Broadcast. "Rising star Lou Doillon is in town for French music festival Ooh La La and will make her U.S. radio debut on Morning Becomes Eclectic." Lou is the youngest daughter of Jane Birkin and half-sister to Charlotte Gainsbourg. The Band: Lou Doillon - Vocals, guitar; Francois Poggio - Guitar; Nicolas Subrechicot - Keys; Pierre Lavandon - Bass and Franck M. Boueke - Drums. Ex FM stereo. TT: 44m. DATA FILE ONLY

Anna Domino - Hamburg 1986 [no label 1CD torrent 153348] Underrated pop star. Search for her EP East And West released in the '80s, admired by John Peel. Ex FM stereo.

Donovan - On Christmas Day [no label 1CD] This is an abandoned album. No recording dates or studio information. Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - Donovan's Country Covers [no label 1CD] This is an abandoned album. No recording dates or studio information. Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - Sixty Four [no label 1CD] An abandoned album recorded in 1964. These are 9 tracks of early Donovan clearly copying Dylan in style. Recently discovered and shared among fans. But has now been released on the Donovan website, Donovan Discs. Ex SBD stereo. NOT FOR TRADE

Donovan - Westfield High School 1965: REMASTERED [no label 2CD] live in New Jersey, October 29, 1965. VG+ AUD stereo. TAO. NOT FOR TRADE

Donovan - Westfield 1965: UPGRADE [no label 1CD Torrent: 113085] live at Westfield, New Jersey, October 29, 1965. VG+ to Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - BBC Sessions 1965-1968 (no label 1CD yeeshkul 33156) live at the BBC in London. Tracks 1-13: Unknown Dates, Tracks 14-15: Top Gear Jan 16, 1968, Tracks 16-18 Top Gear June 11, 1968. VG to Ex FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Donovan - The Reedy River [no label 1CD] This is supposedly an abandoned album but it seems to be a compilation of U.S. TV performances 1966 to 1969. No recording dates or studio information unless identified. VG+ to Ex- SBD stereo. Sourced from vinyl with plenty of clicks and pops. This has appeared on a variety of bootlegs, the earliest of which could be TMOQ's The Reedy River.

Donovan - Open Road Fever [Groovemaster 1CD] Tks 1-8 taken from LP Open Road that has never been reissued on CD. Tks 9-12 live on UK Top of the Pops 1968, Tks 13-16 ultra-rare UK remixes from deleted EMI CD, The Trip, Tks 17-20 live at the Isle Of Wight Aug 30 1970. VG to Ex

Donovan - Frankfurt 1968: REMASTERED [no label 2CD] live in Germany, December 11, 1968. VG+ AUD stereo. TAO. NOT FOR TRADE

Donovan - 1968 Acetates [no label 1CD] no other info. Mostly Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan w Peter, Paul & Mary - The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour 1969 [no label 1CD Hungercity 10118] live recording March 1 and b'cast March 23, 1969. Recorded from TV b'cast to quarter inch reel tape. VG+ SBD mono?

Donovan - There Are No Roads [no label 1CD Torrent: 74674] Complete 1970 studio outtakes with Open Road. "I got this from Pink Robert's torrent site. All info and tracks as received from there."Excellent quality compilation de-hummed, de-hissed and remastered. Ex SBD stereo, a bit too boomy.

Donovan - 1970s Studio Session [no label 1CD hungercity 4439] "similar to the Open Road acetate but the quality is much better". - kaydee02. Ex- SBD stereo. 17 tracks TT55:42m.

Donovan - The Crunch [no label 1CD] This is supposedly an abandoned album. No recording dates or studio information but the outtakes and sessions stretch from 1969 to 1980. Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - Everlasting Sea [no label 1CD] This is an abandoned album. No recording dates or studio information. Demos & outtakes, mainly recordings from the Hurdy Gurdy Man period 1969. Age Of Treason & What The Soul Desires are outtakes from the 7-Tease sessions, 1974 (They appear on the official Troubadour compilation). Watching The Sun Go Down from later period. Ex SBD stereo. Tk 12 has a brief tape warble.

Donovan - 1969 BBC Interview [no label 1CD Torrent: 112806] This is a short 13-minute BBC radio interview with snatches of songs played live in Donovan’s room. "Sound is superb, with various live at home song snatches (Stromberg Twins, etc). Finishes with a quick solo demo of his about to be released Barabajagal." Taken from BBC transcription vinyl. Ex FM stereo. 13 mins

Donovan & Open Road - Live At Isle Of Wight 1970 [no label 1CD] This is the full performance of Donovan's performance at the Isle of Wight Festival, Aug 30, 1970 that includes an electric set with Open Road. The acoustic set is good to very good sound quality but the electric Open Road set has a lot of digital distortion that makes the quality fair to good. A few tracks are VG to Ex stereo, but this is a mostly good audience recording. A helicopter can be heard hovering above on almost all tracks.

Donovan - Live in Tokyo 1973 [Dirty 13 2CD] live at Budokan, Tokyo, Japan, Mar 17 1973. Ex AUD mono.

Donovan - Brussels 1973 [no label 1CD torrent 134572] live in Belgium,1973 on The Cosmic Wheels Tour. Solo show. Ex- SBD stereo. HISS.

Donovan - Hotel Juliet [no label 1CD] 13-track abandoned album from 1974. No further info. Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - The Bottom Line 1976 [no label 1CD Torrent: 76176] live in New York, NY, April 10, 1976. Show was broadcast live on five radio stations: WHCN (Hartford), WMMR (Philadelphia), WBRV (Providence), WBCN (BOSTON), WNEW (New Work). Ex FM stereo.

Donovan - Bottom Line 1976: COMPLETE [no label 2CD Torrent: 112059] live at Bottom Line, New York, April 10, 1976. A Davmar77 production. Ex FM stereo.

Donovan - Texas Will Know [no label 1CD Pink Robert: 262] live at Rockefellers, Houston, Texas, June 19, 1985. Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - One Night In Time [no label 1CD] A 1991 or 1993? unreleased album produced by Bob Rose and mixed by Paul Lane. Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - One Night In Time (unreleased LP) from 1993-94 (no label 1CD dime 483993) One Night In Time appeared as a bootleg around 1993/94. It was edited by Patrick Hehir, Donovan's manager from 1983 to 1992, who tried to sell this as an official release through the fanzine he ran, Donovan's Friends (cassette tape MJA D001, Japan). Produced by Bob Rose. Mixed by Paul Lane. All songs by Donovan P. Leitch, except track 1 by Donovan P. Leitch & Warwick Embury, and track 4 by J.J. Cale. For more information see: http://donovan-unofficial.com/music/bootlegs/one_night_in_time.html. Lineup: Donovan - vocals, acoustic guitar, Steve Jones - guitar, Lawrence Juber - guitar, Matthew Seligman - bass, Jim Keltner - drums, Robbie Blunt - slide guitar, backing vocals, Marie Brennan - backing vocals and Astrella Leitch - backing vocals. Ex SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Donovan - Live at KCRW: Morning Becomes Electric [no label 1CD] Live at KCRW in Los Angeles, July 23, 2002. Ex FM stereo.

Donovan - Hurdy Gurdy Man: Demos & Live [no label 1CD] setlists but no further info. VG+ to Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - The Abbey Road Acetates [no label 3CDs] Incomplete setlists but no further info. VG+ to Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - Old Fashioned Picture Book [no label 3CDs] setlists but no further info. VG+ to Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - Brother Sun, Sister Moon [no label 1CD] setlists but no further info. Soundtrack or outtakes? Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - Donovan at the Movies [no label 1CD] no setlist. Contains unreleased songs, music and dialogue from Poor Cow [1967], The Pied Piper [1972] and Brother Sun, Sister Moon [1973]. Ex- to Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - The Minstrel [no label 1CD] setlists but no further info. Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - Sweet Ecstasy [Abbey Records 1CD] Recorded in? no date, no venue. Lineup: Donovan; Jim Keltner - drms; Chris Bell - drms; Matthew Seligman - bs; Patrick Hehir - bs, percussion; Phillip Donnelly - gtrs; Lawrence Juber - kybds; Warrick Embury - kybds; Bob Rose - kybds; Anthony Thistlewaite - mandolin and Jack Rothstein - violin. An unreleased album. Ex- SBD stereo.

Donovan - The Bold Young Bugger [Abbey Records 1CD] An unreleased album, with Nigel Kennedy [violin], undated and no studio identified. Ex SBD stereo.

Donovan - Roller Derby Queen [no label 1CD] unreleased album with setlist. No known recording date/year. Ex- SBD stereo.

Donovan - Guy Brown Tapes Vol 2 [no label 1CD demonoid 1498846] Tks 1-5 John Peel Sessions, recorded Jan 16, 1968. Tks 6-9 Bobbie Gentry Show, July 27, 1968. Tks 12-15 Andy Williams Show, 1969. Tks 16-21 John Peel Sessions June 11, 1968. Tks 22-24 Esther Ofarim show and more. VG+ to Ex FM/TV stereo?

Donovan - Cosmo Street: Fan Club Release [no label 1CD demonoid 1476293] unknown fan club release. Includes two tracks with T Rex but no info on recording dates. This is a collection of alternate takes and rarities. VG+ to Ex SBD stereo/mono? TT 64:22m

Donovan - New Songs From An Icon 2007 [no label 1CD demonoid 1474073]"This was released on French iTunes in 2007 as Donovan's new album". There are a few new tracks and older songs that were re-recorded for this project. Ex SBD stereo. NOT FOR TRADE. This is MP3 source.

Donovan - The Country Album [Fan Club 1CD hungercity 4639] This is an upgrade with the right channel boosted to match the left. Released by Donovan's Fan Club. According to a fan the club was set up by a former Donovan manager who stole Donovan's tapes and used them for these releases which fans paid for. Ex- SBD stereo. 15 tracks TT48m.

Donovan - Songs For Sunshine People [Fan Club 1CD hungercity 4624] Another fan club release but edited to remove 6 songs that were officially released by Donovan. These fan club releases have no further info. Ex- SBD stereo.

Donovan - The Gypsy [Fan Club 1CD hungercity 4477] "Pat Hehir was Donovan's manager at one point. There were a lot of contractual disputes, so Pat 'stole' most of Don's unreleased material and sold it at an exorbitant price to avid fans. I have no doubt that this was originally on a cassette tape, but this sounds pretty pristine, so it may have been purchased by someone as a CD vs cassette. I don't know if Hehir released this as a cassette or CD or both, as I received it in trade. The only thing I've ever spent on Donovan's Friends was a year of the Fan Club with two magazines sent out (well over $25, BTW.) The fan club is now defunct.

"I could probably listen to each track & figure out the lineage of some, but that's too much like work! A few of these tracks ended up on the elusive Open Road (AKA Abbey Road) Acetates..." KayDee02. Ex- SBD stereo.

Donovan - Royal Albert Hall 2011 with Jimmy Page [no label 3CD dime 365498] live in London, June 3, 2011 with the London Contemporary Orchestra and guest Jimmy Page. Set two has Donovan performing the entire 1966 album Sunshine Superman with Page guesting on the title track and two encores. VG+ AUD stereo. Has some mild echo.

Doobie Brothers - Ultrasonic Studios 1973 [no label 1CD dime 236586] live at Ultrasonic Studios, West Hempstead, NYC, May 31, 1973. B'cast on WLIR-FM 92.7. Ex- to Ex FM stereo.

The Dos - Rennes, France 2007-2008 [no label 1CD Torrent: 179544] Tks 1-9 live at Rennes, Parc des Expos, Les Transmusicales Dec 6, 2007. Tks 10-12 live at Maison de la Radio - Studio 108 - "Mouv' Session" Paris, France, Jan 17, 2008. Lineup: Olivia B.Merilahti - vocals, guitars, Dan Levy - bass, keyboards, Jérémie Pontier - drums. Ex FM stereo.

Doves - SXSW 2005 [no label 1CD] live at La Zona Rosa, Austin, Texas at South by Southwest Music Festival, Mar 17 2005. This is a broadcast on the Steve Lamacq BBC Radio 1 show broadcast on Mar 21 2005. Ex FM stereo.

Lila Downs - Wilmington, NC, 2008 [no label 2CD dime 265310] live at Kenan Auditorium, University of North Carolina-Wilmington, April 18, 2008. Ex SBD stereo. Lila Downs is a Mexican singer.

Dr Feelgood - Down By The Stupid Beat (Back To Zero btz 021  1CD dime 488619) Tks 1-20 live at Bogarts Club, Birmingham, UK, Sept 16, 1974. Audience recording. Tks 21-27 live at University Of London, UK, Feb 7, 1975. Studio recording. VG and Ex AUD and SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Dr Hook & The Medicine Show - Houseboat Jam 1972 [no label 1CD dime 256978] with Shel Silverstein live at Sausilito, CA, 1972. B'cast on Danish TV. Ex- SBD mono. Tk 7 is the Gatlinburg jam with Duane Allman included in a Rarities promo for first Allmans' CD boxset. Ex SBD stereo.

Dr Hook & The Medicine Show - Fried Face 1974 Lost Album [no label 1CD] Tracks recorded during sessions for the first three Dr Hook albums are gathered onto a cassette and legend has it were meant to be for their fourth album, Fried Face. That album was never released but it remains in dispute whether the tracks on the cassette were ever meant for release. Includes the 10 tracks plus 10 bonus tracks. Ex- to Ex SBD stereo. TT: 73m.

Dr. John - Syracuse 1972 pre-FM (no label 1CD dime 528470) live at Manley Field House, Syracuse, NY, April 7, 1972. Lineup: Dr. John - guitar, piano, vocals, Ken Klimak - guitar, Fred Staehle - drums, percussion, Jimmy Calhoun - bass, Robbie Montgomery - vocals, Jessica Smith - vocals, Paul - ? and Jaimoe - percussion. "With Jaimoe from the Allman Bros on a few tracks the intro jam definitely sounds inspired by the Allmans." Ex SBD or Pre-FM stereo from reel source. TT: 60:41m. DATA FILE ONLY

Dr John with The Meters - "Mardi Gras Mambo" [no label 2CD Torrent: 95178] live at St Bernard Civic Center, Chalmette LA, March 5, 1973. Ex SBD stereo.

Dr John w Mick Taylor - Lone Star Cafe, New York 1987 (no label 3CD dime 514599) live in New York, Nov 7, 1987, early and late shows. Source SBD master. Taylor plays on three songs in the late show. Lineup: Dr John - vocals, piano; Wilbur Bascomb - bs; Joe Carol - guitar, Trazzi - percussion, Lou Marini - sax, Lew Soloff - trumpet, Ronnie Cuber - sax, Richard Crooks - drums, Herman Earnest - drums ## and Mick Taylor - guitar **. Ex SBD stereo. SB MASTER shared by davmar77. DATA FILE ONLY

Dr John & the Lower 911 - Telluride 2008 [no label 1CD Dime 200496] live at 31st annual Telluride Jazz Celebration, McCoy Tyner Town Park Stage, Telluride, Colo. June 8, 2008. "This one features a number of songs from Dr. John's new CD, The City that Care Forgot." Lineup: Dr. John, vocals, keyboards; Herman Ernest, drums; David Barard, bass; and unknown guitarist. Ex FM stereo. TT 57:51m

Dr John - Ingolstadt, Germany 2014 (no label 1CD tradersden 115365) live at Bluesfestival, Ingolstadt, Germany, Nov 7, 2014. You can hear the DJ talking during the playing of track 01. Lineup: Malcolm John 'Mac' Rebennack: vocals, piano, synthesizer, guitar, Sarah Morrow: trumpet, backing vocals, Bobby Floyd: hammond B-3 organ, Dwight Bailey: bass, backing vocals, Dave Yoke: guitars and Shannon Powell: drums. Ex FM stereo. TT: 53:20m. DATA FILE ONLY

Dr John - 'Spirit of Satch': Dr John interprets Louis Armstrong, Belgium 2015 FM (no label 1CD dime 537624) live at Jazz Middelheim 2015, Antwerp, Belgium, August 15, 2015. Radio Klara FM (cable) Lineup: Dr John (vocals, guitar), Sarah Morrow (trombone, Music Director), Jamie Kime (guitar), Roland Guerin (bass) and Herlin Riley (drums). Guest vocals: Cécile McLorin Salvant. Other Guests: Benjamin Herman (alt sax), Lluc Casares (clarinet, tenor sax), Tini Thomsen (baritone sax), Jan van Duikeren, Jelle Schouten and Bart Maris (trumpet). Ex FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Nick Drake - Tarnworth In Arden 1967-'68 [Anthology] - home demos. Rumoured to be readied for official release.

Nick Drake - Tanworth-In-Arden [Ridgeway RDR01 1CD] The first home recordings 1967-1968. Same as earlier bootleg with same title. VG+ demos stereo.

Nick Drake - Tanworth In Arden Volume Two (Wood's Music 1CD dime 477076) Liberated Bootleg. Some of the songs are already included in other bootlegs. Most of these recordings are thought to have been made at the Drake home (Far Leys) between 1967 and 1969, located in Tanworth-in-Arden, England. This bootleg suggests the recording period as from Jan 15-16, 1968 and Jan 14, 1969. VG home recordings. DATA FILE ONLY

Nick Drake - Complete Home Recordings 1967-68 [no label 1CD Pink Robert 342] Taken from a 1st generation cassette, 24 home recordings and remastered by Pink Robert includes 4 studio outtakes. VG stereo.

Nick Drake - Saturday Sun [no label 1CD] outtakes, home demos from Tanworth-in-Arden 1969.

Nick Drake - Saturday Sun [Ridgeway RDR02 1CD] The 1969 "work tape" demos. This is same as title above. Mostly untitled guitar demos. VG+ SBD stereo.

Nick Drake - Day Is Done: Home Recordings [Ridgeway RDR03 1CD] Newly-discovered home recordings and studio outtakes. This was released in UK 2002. "All home recordings featured are sourced from speed-corrected 1st generation tapes." Similar to the 2004 release Time Has Told Me 2CD. Tks 21-24 are Elton John recordings same as Nick Drake Sessions. VG to Ex SBD stereo.

Nick Drake - Fruit Tree: The Nick Drake Story BBC [no label 1CD] broadcast on BBC Radio 2, June 20 1998. Presented by Danny Thompson. Ex FM stereo.

Nick Drake - Second Grace [TNT 1CD Pink Robert 344] Second album of alternative tracks and unreleased stuff commercial bootleg remastered by Pink Robert. VG SBD stereo.

Nick Drake - Second Grace: Complete Version (Mirrorglass Music NICKCD 1 1CD dime 476985) Liberated Bootleg. Some of the songs are already included in other bootlegs, but this one has higher quality versions. Most of these recordings are thought to have been made at the Drake home (Far Leys) between 1967 and 1969, located in Tanworth-in-Arden, England. VG home recordings. DATA FILE ONLY

VARIOUS - Way To Blue: A Tribute To Nick Drake 2010 [no label 2CD dime 327654] live at Auditorium, Roma, Italy, Oct 12, 2010. This is the Nick Drake Tribute show that's touring Europe and produced by Joe Boyd. Musicians include Vashti Bunyan, Robyn Hitchcock, Green Gartside, Kate St John and others. VG+ AUD stereo.

Nick Drake - A Day Gone By (Rover Records RRCD01/02 2CD piratebay 10392208) Collected home recordings. CD1 Tks 1-17: The Music Room, Far Leys, Tanworth In Arden. 1967/1968. Tks 18-23: Hampstead, London. 1968/1969. Tks 24/25: John Peel Session, BBC Radio One. Studio Five, BBC Maida Vale Studios, London. August 5, 1969. Broadcast: August 6, 1969. Produced by Pete Ritzema. Engineered by Mike Harding. Fragments only.

CD2 Tks 01-03: Sound Techniques, Chelsea, London. July - December 1968. Engineered by John Wood. Early, rejected takes. Orchestra arranged and conducted by Richard Hewson. Tks 04-06: Sound Techniques, Chelsea, London. July - December 1968. Engineered by John Wood. Tk 07: Sound Techniques, Chelsea, London. November 11, 1968. Engineered by John Wood. Tks 08-11: The Music Room, Far Leys, Tanworth In Arden. 1968. Tks 12-15: Hampstead, London. 1968/1969. Tks 16-23: The 'Work Tape'. Possibly recorded at The Music Room, Far Leys, Tanworth In Arden. 1968. Tks 24/27: Sound Techniques, Chelsea, London. July 1974. Produced by Joe Boyd and John Wood. Guitar track only. Tks 25/26: Sound Techniques, Chelsea, London. February 1974. Produced by Joe Boyd and John Wood. Guitar track only. Tks 28-30: The "Interplay One" Educational Toolkit album, released by Longman (Mono LG 582 241367). Unknown studio. Recorded late 1971, released early 1972. Tks 31/32: The Mick Audsley album "Dark and Devil Waters" released by Sonet Records (SNTF 641), 1972. Produced and arranged by Robert Kirby and Mick Audsley. Recorded at Sound Techniques, Chelsea, London. VG to Ex home.SBD stereo. Released in June 2014. DATA FILE ONLY



The Dream Syndicate - Dingwalls, UK 2013 (no label 2CD dime 478366) live at Dingwalls, London, England, May 24, 2013. Ex SBD stereo. Shared by Songhunter. DATA FILE ONLY

Dream Theater - Music in Progress Tour 1993 Soundboard Master Series Vol 2: [no label 2CD Torrent: 80967] Disc 1 and Disc 2 ( tracks 1-4 ) Recorded Live at Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan Aug 28, 1993. Disc 2 Track 5 and 6: Images & Words - Rehearsals. Tracks 7-9 Awake Demos have been removed at artist request. Ex SBD stereo.

The Dresden Dolls with Peaches - Austria 2006 [no label 1CD Torrent: 127018] live at Donaufestival, Messehalle Krems, Austria, Apr 30, 2006. Broadcast by FM4. Amanda Palmer: piano, vocals; Brian Viglione: drums, guitar. Ex FM stereo. Complete b’cast incomplete show. 43.34m

Drive-By Truckers - Mean Highway [1CD] Audience recording from 400 Bar, Minneapolis Feb 15 2002.

Drop Nineteens - BBC Sessions [no label 1CD Torrent: 135651 + 135601] Tks 1-4 live at Maida Vale Studios, London, Nov 15, 1992, John Peel session. Broadcast on Jan 9, 1993. Tks 5-8 live at Maida Vale Studios, for The Evening Session. Broadcast on Jan 11, 1993. Lineup:Greg Ackel (Vocals, Guitar); Paula Kelly (Vocals, Guitar); Moto Yassve (Guitar); Steve Zimmerman (Bass); Chris Rouf (Drums). Ex FM stereo.

Duffy - Berlin 2008 [no label 1CD dime 214266] live at Quasimodo, Berlin, Germany, Jan 21, 2008, and b'cast on RBB radio Eins July 17, 2008. Ex FM stereo.

The Duke Spirit - KCRW 2008 [no label 1CD torrent 186664] live at Santa Monica, CA, for Morning Becomes Eclectic, b'cast Mar 4, 2008. Lineup: Liela Moss - vocals; Luke Ford - gtr; Dan Higgins - gtr, autoharp; Toby Butler - bs; Ollie Betts - drms; Travis Shettel - piano. Ex FM stereo. New Brit band. Hype.

Lesley Duncan - BBC In Concert 1974 [no label 1CD dime 395153] live at Golders Green Hippodrome, London for BBC In Concert, Nov 2, 1974. Ex- pre-FM stereo. Source is BBC transcription vinyl record. Very boomy due to soundmix. Rare.

Duran Duran - Hammersmith, London 2005 [no label 1CD] live in London, Jan 13 2005. The original band on reunion tour. This is the complete radio broadcast of incomplete concert. Ex FM stereo.

Ian Dury & The Blockheads - 25th Anniversary of Rare Boots & Panties [no label 1CD] rarities collected to from his classic album. Released in 2002.

 

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