Rage Against The Machine – 07/23/1999 – Rome, NY


Rage Against The Machine
Woodstock ’99
Griffis Air Force Base, Rome, NY, USA
July 23, 1999


1. No Shelter
2. People Of The Sun
3. Know Your Enemy
4. Born Of A Broken Man
5. Vietnow
6. Bullet In The Head
7. The Ghost Of Tom Joad (Bruce Springsteen cover)
8. Bombtrack
9. Wake Up
10. Bulls On Parade
11. Freedom
12. Township Rebellion
13. Killing In The Name

Length: 65.52 min

Soundboard Recording
Remastered by Kevin Carafa

Eric McFadden – 12/31/2014 – Long Beach, CA


Eric McFadden
31 December 2014
Crystal Ballroom
Golden Sails
Long Beach, CA

1. Dead & Gone
2. That’s How I Know I’m Here
3. Lay Right Here Till the Medicine Takes
4. Just Try and Catch Your Breathe
5. Give Your Love to Me*
6. Stage Banter
7. Two Graves ^
8. Hanging Moon ^
9. Where is Ferdinand >
10. Devil Moon (w/Star Spangled Banner jam)
11. Don’t Pray for Me
12. Instrumental
13. Oh Lord Watch Me Now

* w/ Chazzy Green on Saxophone
^ w/ Lance Lazwell on Guitar

Source: SBD + BSC-1 (cards XY) + Earthworks M30mp (Omnis) > Zoom H6 @ SBD 8.5’ in the air @96/24
Taped and Transferred by G. Bender & Wharfrat Joe

Photo via wikipedia

Joe Cocker – 08/01/1982 – Poughkeepsie, NY

Joe Cocker - Historic Chance Club 1982 front

Joe Cocker
The Chance
Poughkeepsie, NY
August 1, 1982

“Historic Chance Club” bootleg CD on Midnight Dreamer label

1. Look What You’ve Done 04:44
2. I Can’t Say No 03:05
3. Feelin’ Alright 04:01
4. A Whiter Shade Of Pale 05:41
5. Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) 06:15
6. So Blue 05:37
7. Just Like Always 04:23
8. The Jealous Kind 03:56
9. Band Intros 00:58
10. Shocked 03:35
11. Seven Days 04:52
12. Watching The River Flow 04:16
13. With A Little Help From My Friends 07:50
14. Crowd 01:04
15. You Are So Beautiful 04:24
16. Hitchcock Railway 04:27
17. I Heard It Through The Grapevine 04:25
18. The Letter 05:14

Joe Cocker – vocals
Cliff Goodwin – guitar
Maxine Greene – vocals
Howie Hersh – bass
Linda Lawrance – vocals
Larry Marshall – keyboards
Tom Nicholson – piano, vocals
BJ Wilson – drums

Uploaded to TTD by propylaen2001 in October 2013.

Source: Soundboard > FM Radio Broadcast
Lineage: Silver CD


Bobby Keys & The Suffering Bastards – 10/20/2012 – Buffalo, NY


Bobby Keys & The Suffering Bastards
Buffalo, NY
“I Keep On Hearing Eggs Frying”

Set 1:

01 Pre Show
02 Live With Me (The Rolling Stones cover)
03 The Letter (The Box Tops cover)
04 The Wanderer (Dion DiMucci cover)
05 Sweet Virginia (The Rolling Stones cover)
06 Harlem Nocturne (King Curtis cover)
07 You Look Like I Could Use A Drink (Dan Baird cover)
08 Brown Sugar (The Rolling Stones cover)

Set 2:

01 Pre Set
02 Whatever Gets You Thru the Night (John Lennon cover)
03 Bitch (The Rolling Stones cover)
04 Soul Serenade (King Curtis cover)
05 What Is Life (George Harrison cover)
06 Delta Lady (Leon Russell cover)
07 Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (The Rolling Stones cover)
08 Happy (The Rolling Stones cover)

Lineage: SBD -> Tascam DR-7 @ 24bit 48 kHZ
Recorded and processed by bigdaddybflo
Flacs and text files by Drgiggles1

Johnny Cash – 07/05/2003 – Hiltons, VA


Johnny Cash
The Final Concert
The Carter Family Fold,
Hiltons, Virginia


01. Intro by Janette Carter
02. Folsom Prison Blues
03. I Walk The Line
04. Sunday Morning Coming Down
05. Ring Of Fire
06. Angel Band
07. Big River
08. Understand Your Man

Johnny Cash – 2003-07-05 – Hiltons, VA (SBD)

On May 15, 2003, Johnny cash lost his wife of 35 years, when June Carter Cash passed away at the age of 73. June had told Johnny Cash to keep working, so he continued to record, completing 60 more songs in the last four months of his life, and even performed a couple of surprise shows at the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons, Virginia. This soundboard recording captures his final public performance.

Before singing Ring Of Fire, Cash read a statement about his late wife that he had written shortly before taking the stage:

“The spirit of June Carter overshadows me tonight with the love she had for me and the love I have for her. We connect somewhere between here and heaven. She came down for a short visit, I guess, from heaven to visit with me tonight to give me courage and inspiration like she always has.”

Just over 2 months later, Cash died of complications from diabetes on September 12, 2003 while hospitalized at Baptist Hospital in Nashville. Many have suggested that Johnny’s health worsened due to a broken heart over June’s death. That day we lost a legend, but his spirit lives in the music he left behind.

Credit: So Many Roads



Marvin Gaye – 1978 – Miami, FL


Marvin Gaye
Miami Arena
Miami, FL


1. Got to Give It Up
2. Come Get to This
3. Let’s Get It On
4. After the Dance
5. If This World Were Mine >
6. Ain’t Nothing Like Real Thing
7. Ain’t No Mountain High Enough
8. How Sweet Is to Be Loved by You
9. I Want You
10. Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)

JJ Cale – 11/02/1983 – Eureka, CA


JJ Cale
The Old Town Bar And Grill
Eureka, California


01 Artificial Paradise
02 People Lie
03 Lean On Me
04 Cajun Moon
05 Money Talks
06 After Midnight
07 Don’t Wait
08 Walk Out In The Rain
09 Kink In My Chain
10 Ballad Of A Thin Man
11 Deep Dark Dungeon
12 Crazy Mama
13 Reality
14 Call Me The Breeze
15 Clyde
16 Magnolia
17 Cocaine
18 Ride Me High

Bill Withers – 05/11/1974 – London, UK


Bill Withers
OldGrey Whistle Test
London England
SBD Recording

01. Ain`t No Sunshine
02. Lonely Town, Lonely Street
03. Grandma`s Hands
04. Use Me
05. Let Me In Your Life
06. Lean On Me
07. Harlem

David Gilmour – 06/29/1984 – Berkeley, CA


David Gilmour
“New Game”
Berkeley, CA

01. Until We Sleep
02. All Lovers Are Deranged
03. Love On The Air
04. Mihalis
05. Cruise
06. Short And Sweet
07. Money
08. Out Of The Blue
09. You Know I’m Right
10. Run Like Hell
11. Blue Light
12. Murder
13. Near The End
14. Comfortably Numb

David Gilmour: Guitars, Vocals
Mick Ralphs: Guitars, Vocals
Chris Slade: Drums
Raphael Ravenscroft: Saxophone
Michey Feat: Bass, Vocals
Gregg Dechart: Keyboards
Sue Addams: Percussion, Vocals

Hard Working Americans – 08/03/2014 – Ninilchik, AK

14970675352_e261a78bef_zPhoto by Ted Rockwell

Hard Working Americans
August 3, 2014
Ninilchik, AK

This show was without Todd Snider due to travel issues

1. Meet Me in the Morning
2. Down to the Well
3. Blackland Farmer
4. Run A Mile
5. I Don’t Have A Gun
6. Another Train
7. Mr. President Have Pity on the Working Man
8. The Mountain Song
9. No Expectations
10. Stomp and Holler
11. Big Railroad Blues

Recorded, transferred, tracked and mastered by Paul McLendon

Source: SBD>Tascam DR-100mkII @ 24Bit/48kHz

List compiled during dinner of songs Neal felt comfortable singing in Todd absence
Photo by Ted Rockwell 



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