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The Beatles – The Complete BBC Sessions (10CD Box Set Bootleg) (2004) [FLAC]

The Beatles – The Complete BBC Sessions (10CD Box Set Bootleg) (2004) [FLAC]

EAC rip | 10CD | FLAC – Log – Cue | Release: 2004 | 2.08 GB
Genre: Classic Rock

Janis Joplin – Blow All My Blues Away (10CD) (Bootleg 1962-1970) [FLAC]

Janis Joplin – Blow All My Blues Away (10CD) (Bootleg 1962-1970) [FLAC]

Year: 1962-1970 | Duration: 13:04:12 | Tracks: 380 | Audio: FLAC | Size: 4.11 GB
Genre: Blues, Rock

Dream Theater – Dark Side of the Moon (Official Bootleg) (2006) [APE]

Dream Theater – Dark Side of the Moon (Official Bootleg) (2006) [APE]

Release: 2006 | Track: 16 (2CD)
EAC Rip | Format: APE (Image) +.Cue +Log +Covers | Size: 547 MB
Genre: Progressive Rock | Label: YtseJam Records

Tracklist:
DARK SIDE OF THE MOON

1. Speak to Me / Breathe (3:55)
2. On the Run (2:26)
3. Time / Breathe (Reprise) (7:02)
4. The Great Gig in the Sky (4:36)
5. Money (6:36)
6. Us and Them (8:02)
7. Any Colour You Like (5:06)
8. Brain Damage (3:49)
9. Eclipse (2:48)
BONUS DISC – A SAUCERFUL OF FLOYD
1. Echoes Part 1 (12:00)
Soundcheck Rehearsal – Philadelphia, PA – 4/2/04
2. One of These Days (6:22)
Live in Rotterdam, Netherlands – 1/18/04
3. Sheep (9:42)
Soundcheck Rehearsal – Anaheim, CA – 3/9/06
4. In the Flesh? (2:56)
Live in Berlin, Germany – 2/26/95
5. Run Like Hell (1:58)
Live in Poughkeepsie, NY – 12/30/98
6. Hey You (4:48)
Live in Paris, France – 6/25/98
7. Comfortably Numb (7:22)
Featuring Queensrÿche – Live in Spokane, WA – 7/30/03

The Beatles – Unsurpassed Masters Vol. 1-7 (1962-1969) [FLAC]

The Beatles – Unsurpassed Masters Vol. 1-7 (1962-1969) [FLAC]

Years active : 1960-1970 | Format : FLAC (image +. cue) | Duration : 6h 45m 39 s | 2.17 GB
Genre : Rock, Pop | Publisher : Yellow Dog Records

Bob Dylan – The Genuine Basement Tapes 1967 (1990) (5CD Box Set) [FLAC]

Bob Dylan – The Genuine Basement Tapes 1967 (1990) (5CD Box Set) [FLAC]

Release : 1990 | Audio Codec : FLAC | Rip type : image +. cue | Duration : 5:17:44 | 1.56 GB
Genre : Folk Rock | Label : Scorpio Records (USA)

In 1975 Columbia released its official version of The BasementTapes,and at the time it was thought that all of the songs from that session were in circulation. However, the inclusion of Going To Acapulco, a previously unknown recording, raised the suspicion that there might have been many more songs as yet uncovered. This suspicion turned to reality about ten years later when a new batch of tapes appeared and were subsequently bootlegged as two double lp sets called Blind Boy Grunt and the Hawks I & II. These records not only presented entirely new material, they also contained a few of the standard tracks in new stereo mixes. These mixes were of a crude nature that betrayed the primitive recording equipment used and put an end to the speculation that the basement tapes were actually recorded in Columbia’s studios (yes, I had actually heard this rumor!). The new tracks also showed a new side of Dylan and the Band. There is considerably more goofing off and the atmosphere is more relaxed than what was apparent on the "core" tracks that we were all familiar with (more on this later)….

Beatles – Artifacts (1993) (5CD Box Set) [FLAC]

Beatles – Artifacts (1993) (5CD Box Set) [FLAC]

Release : 1993 | Audio Codec : FLAC | Rip type : image +. cue | Bitrate : lossless | 1.92 GB
Genre : Rock | Label : Italy (Big Music)

 

The Beatles – Twickenham Sessions (1969) (8CD Box Set) [FLAC]

The Beatles – Twickenham Sessions (1969) (8CD Box Set) [FLAC]

Quality: FLAC (Tracks,no log,scans) | Bitrate: lossless | Total: 8 CD | Release: 1969 | 3.1 GB
Genre: Rock, Pop, Bootleg | Label: Yellow Dog

The sessions commonly referred to as the “Get Back Sessions” took place during January 1969. (Jan 2nd – 15th at Twickenham Studios; Jan 22nd – 31st at Apple Studios). Paul originally conceived the project back in late ’68, believing that they could revitalize the band by returning to live performances. The Beatles were to be filmed writing, rehearsing, and recording, culminating with the actual live show (the logistics of which were never really settled, resulting in “the roof top” as a last ditch compromise).
The majority of the tapes from these sessions come to us via the film sound reels. The film crew used two Nagra mono reel to reel machines, each assigned to a camera, and each holding approx. 16 minute reels of tape. They were staggered, so that in most cases, when the tape ran out on one, the other was still rolling. The beeps that can be heard are the sync cues each time a camera began filming. The Twickenham rolls where each numbered consecutively followed by an “A” or “B” to identify the camera to which it was assigned. Announcements of audio rolls came at the start of the tape, and film rolls can be heard announced throughout. A total of 223 rolls of audio were recorded at Twickenham. It should be noted that Glyn Johns brought in some mono studio equipment and recorded some performances simply to allow the group to hear what they had before continuing on with rehearsals. So far, these tapes of Glyn’s have not surfaced, and were possibly never saved.

The Allman Brothers Band – At Fillmore East Promo Box (9 Albums 1969-1979) (1998 Japanese Cardboard Sleeve) [FLAC]

The Allman Brothers Band – At Fillmore East Promo Box (9 Albums 1969-1979) (1998 Japanese Cardboard Sleeve) [FLAC]

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 2.95 Gb | Genre: Classic Rock, Blues Rock, Southern Rock, Hard Rock | Label: PolyGram/Capricorn | # PHCR-94001-94009 | Time: 07:44:39

Japanese Box 1998 contains studio and live albums and a compilation of the legendary rock band The Allman Brothers Band for the period from 1969 to 1979.

Manfred Mann’s Earth Band – Bootleg Archives Volumes 1-5 (2009) [APE]

Manfred Mann’s Earth Band – Bootleg Archives Volumes 1-5 (2009) [APE]

EAC rip | 5CD | APE-image – Log – Cue | Covers | Release: 2009 | 2.19 GB
Genre: Eclectic Prog

The Beatles – Twickenham Sessions (8CD Box Set) (1969) [FLAC]

The Beatles – Twickenham Sessions (8CD Box Set) (1969) [FLAC]

Rock, Pop, Bootleg | FLAC | 8 CD | 1969 | 3.11 GB

The sessions commonly referred to as the “Get Back Sessions” took place during January 1969. (Jan 2nd – 15th at Twickenham Studios; Jan 22nd – 31st at Apple Studios). Paul originally conceived the project back in late ’68, believing that they could revitalize the band by returning to live performances. The Beatles were to be filmed writing, rehearsing, and recording, culminating with the actual live show (the logistics of which were never really settled, resulting in “the roof top” as a last ditch compromise).

The majority of the tapes from these sessions come to us via the film sound reels. The film crew used two Nagra mono reel to reel machines, each assigned to a camera, and each holding approx. 16 minute reels of tape. They were staggered, so that in most cases, when the tape ran out on one, the other was still rolling. The beeps that can be heard are the sync cues each time a camera began filming. The Twickenham rolls where each numbered consecutively followed by an “A” or “B” to identify the camera to which it was assigned. Announcements of audio rolls came at the start of the tape, and film rolls can be heard announced throughout. A total of 223 rolls of audio were recorded at Twickenham. It should be noted that Glyn Johns brought in some mono studio equipment and recorded some performances simply to allow the group to hear what they had before continuing on with rehearsals. So far, these tapes of Glyn’s have not surfaced, and were possibly never saved.

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