I'll get this posted as soon as I can; there's a slight software issue at the moment but this too will pass.
Pink Robert was one of the first to archive bootlegs and put them on line. These are some of my favorites.
Three of these have been beautifully remastered by Jesse Miller(soniclovenoize) from The Curiously Strong Peppermints.
Bob Dylan - Big Pink (Soniclovenoize Basement Tapes)
The original Basement Tapes album that do not have the extra overdubs and remixed into true stereo.
These are some fun songs to listen to. You can tell Bob was having a good time, he breaks out laughing in a few of the songs.
Bob Dylan - Guitar Kissing and the Contemporary Fix
Pink Robert describes this: To some the best CD ever! It is one of my favorites. Manchester Free Trade Hall May 17, 1966
Jimi Hendrix - First Rays of the New Rising Sun (Soniclovenoize reconstruction)
This is an attempt to recreate what would be Jimi Hendrix’s final album, First Rays of The New Rising Sun. The track sequencing and song selection follows closer to what is believed Hendrix intended, and attempts to be true to his artistic vision in 1970 based on recording histories, interviews and handwritten tracklists. Also, all tracks are taken from alternate sources.
The Beatles - Get Back (Soniclovenoize reconstruction)
The purpose of this reconstruction of the Get Back album is to attempt to successfully create the album that The Beatles set out to make in 1969, as all four versions of the Get Back / Let It Be albums were flawed in some way.
Beach Boys 10-22-66 Early Show from "Sea of Tunes"
George Harrison Demos
I have collected these from a lot of different sources. I had the same idea as the reconstuctions above: Georges original demos sound better and are more passionate than the final releases. Most of these are from his first album "All Things Must Pass". Most of the acoustic recordings you can hear Phil Spector say "Take one".
This will have 7 cdr's for the flacless and one dvd with the flac files for those who would like them.
I'll deal with that right now.
I think you may have inadvertently skipped over LZ: More Than Enough Part 3. It's ready to go. Thanks!
This vine includes some shows that were overlooked here in the vineyard.
With Mary's permission, I am reseeding this vine without the E72 shows that were originally a part of it and adding in some extras.
Among these are Pig's last show (a much upgraded source that is complete and has the NRPS as well) and a Set 2 Partial from 10/21 that is very Phil heavy. That is all that circulates from that show unfortunately.
Some of 7/22 was released as filler from the Download Series Vol 10 so that has been omitted from this as well.
we're having sporadic issues with logins and posting. Tech guys are looking into it. Thanks!
5/18/73 SBD A
3/17/75 SBD A
3/19/75 SBD A
5/17/75 AUD B+
5/18/75 AUD A-
5/23/75 AUD A-
5/24/75 SBD A
5/25/75 SBD A
5/28/77 SBD A
6/19/77 AUD A
6/21/77 AUD A
6/23/77 AUD A
6/25/77 AUD A
6/27/77 AUD A
Note that for 6/23/77 the AUD A Mike Millard source is missing the first 4 songs, so I have included an alternate source in a separate folder with those songs. If you want the whole show, copy both sources. '77 SBD lovers, hold your horses for a bit-I have 5 of those to include on the next part. Enjoy!
Tried to post 2x yday but it wouldn't stick