Metallica – 11/03/1991 – Auburn Hills, MI

Metallica_1991-11-03_AuburnHillsMIUSA_1front

Metallica
1991-11-03
The Palace Of Auburn Hills
Auburn Hills, Michigan

D1Track01 Backstage Chatter
D1Track02 Ecstacy Of Gold
D1Track03 Enter Sandman
D1Track04 Creeping Death
D1Track05 Harvester Of Sorrow
D1Track06 (Welcome Home) Sanitarium
D1Track07 Sad But True
D1Track08 Wherever I May Roam
D1Track09 Bass Solo
D1Track10 Through The Never
D1Track11 Unforgiven
D1Track12 Justice Medley
D2Track01 Drum Solo
D2Track02 James Drum Solo
D2Track03 Kirk & Lars Solo
D2Track04 Four Horsemen
D2Track05 For Whom The Bell Tolls
D2Track06 Fade To Black
D2Track07 Whiplash
D2Track08 Master Of Puppets W,Cat Scratch Fever Tease
D2Track09 Seek And Destroy
D2Track10 One
D2Track11 Last Caress
D3Track01 Am I Evil
D3Track02 Battery
D3Track03 Stone Cold Crazy

This came from my master tape, I had access to a suite at the time because of the company I worked for. With that came access to audio and video house feeds.

Total Running Time is 161.01 mins

Dave_Jr

Sony DX2-13 > Line In > House Feed > Maxell Hi Bias XLIIS > Sony HCD551 > Pioneer PDR 555 RW > CDR

Metallica – 02/04/1993 – Johnson City, TN

 

Metallica
Freedom Hall
02-04-93
Johnson City, TN

00. Backstage With Lars
01. Ecstasy Of Gold
02. Enter Sandman
03. Creeping Death
04. Harvester Of Sorrow
05. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
06. Of Wolf And Man
07. Sad But True
08. The Unforgiven
09. Justice For All Riff Mix
10. James Speaks
11. Jason Newsted Bass Solo
12. Jason And Kirk Jam
13. Kirk Hammet Guitar Solo
14. Through The Never
15. For Whom The Bell Tolls
16. Fade To Black
17. Master Of Puppets
18. Seek And Destroy
19. Whiplash
20. Audience
21. Nothing Else Matters
22. Wherever I May Roam
23. Am I Evil
24. Last Caress
25. One
26. Audience
27. No Remorse
28. So What
29. Battery
30. Lars Closing Comments

Hi Metallifucks!
Jan 23rd would have been the 38th birthday of my dear friend Paul K Manzo II (aka “Motorcity Sanitarium”) and I know if he had beaten the cancer he had been battling for so long he would be hounding the shit out of me & Dave to make it up to see Jason Newsted play again with Metallica when they are inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame at Public Hall in Cleveland Ohio on April 4th!

So in the memory of Paul and to also show appreciation for Metallica offering an “olive branch” out to Jason I will try my best to upload a bulk of my Metallica Master recordings between now and the anniversary of his passing 6 months later. Please no requests as I want to do it on my own terms.

The Third show I want to offer is from Freedom Hall in Johnson City, Tennessee that is basically a high school gym….. so the “snakepit” stage setup took up almost all of the floor…… there was only about 20 feet between the front point of the stage and Big Mick at the soundboard!

If burning to cdr start disc 2 with Track 10 James Speaks & disc 3 Track21 Nothing Else Matters

Metallica – 06/13/2008 – Manchester, TN

Metallica
2008-06-13
Bonnaroo Festival
Manchester, TN

1. Creeping Death
2. For Whom the Bell Tolls
3. Ride the Lightning
4. Harvester of Sorrow
5. The Unforgiven
6. …And Justice for All
7. No Remorse
8. The Memory Remains
9. Fade to Black
10. Master of Puppets
11. Whiplash
12. Nothing Else Matters
13. Sad But True
14. One
15. Enter Sandman

Encore
16. Last Caress
17. So What
18. Seek & Destroy

Metallica – 09/26/1986 – Stockholm, Sweden

Metallica
September 26, 1986
Solnahallen – Stockholm, Sweden
AUD. – Cliff’s Final Show

Clifford Lee “Cliff” Burton (February 10, 1962 – September 27, 1986) was an American musician, best known as the bass guitarist for the American heavy metal band Metallica.

Burton joined the band in 1982 and performed on its debut studio album, Kill ‘Em All. He performed on two more Metallica albums, Ride the Lightning and Master of Puppets, both of which met with major commercial and critical success. Burton was known for his “lead bass” approach, in which the bass played a melodic and soloist role, in addition to holding down the harmonic and rhythmic foundation of the band.

On September 27, 1986, Burton died when the band’s tour bus over-turned in rural southern Sweden. Burton was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Metallica on April 4, 2009.

THE ECSTASY OF GOLD
BATTERY
MASTER OF PUPPETS
FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS
WELCOME HOME
RIDE THE LIGHTNING
CLIFF SOLO
WHIPLASH
THE THING THAT SHOULD NOT BE
FADE TO BLACK
SEEK AND DESTROY
CREEPING DEATH
THE FOUR HORSEMEN
AM I EVIL
DAMAGE INC.
BLITZKRIEG

Metallica – 07/29/1986 – Chattanooga, TN

Metallica
07/29/1986
Chattanooga, TN

  1. Battery
  2. Master of Puppets
  3. For Whom the Bell Tolls
  4. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
  5. Seek & Destroy
  6. Fade to Black
  7. Creeping Death

John Marshall, former guitarist for Metal Church (1989-1993, 1998-2001) and, at the time, guitar tech for lead guitarist Kirk Hammett, filled-in as rhythm guitarist for James Hetfield (while still performing his duties as guitar tech) as Hetfield’s wrist was broken due to a skateboarding accident.