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  1. Not sure if this falls under the acceptable column, remove if it is. Here is the recording of the Southside Johnny concert from earlier tonight. This recording is Lossy, as it's an internet stream. Edited out some of the cuts where the stream cut out. The first song is joined in progress because I started recording and stopped to check and make sure it did record, when I picked back up, first song in progress. LINK:
  2. I think the 16th was the night Bruce was drunk or at least a little tipsy.
  3. According to discogs, "There have been other releases of this legendary performance, but they all suffered from inferior sound quality on disc two. This Ultimate edition now features the second set in superb sound quality, making this the definitive release of this show." I think that this is the masters+ version from a few years ago, JEMS/Prodigal Son
  4. Good I enjoyed the hell out of WOAD and I feel that the album gets more hate than it deserves
  5. If they ever go back to uploading concerts on youtube. They should upload some of the performances he's done on TV. Namely the performances he did on Fallon from 2010 and 2012. Currently, the only way to find them is hope that they didn't get copyright striked or find them on the internet archive in 1 min segments.
  6. New covers (at JaHoe's request) 1984-09-24 2000-06-27
  7. I was working on a live compilation and could only use bootlegs. Some of the shows I picked are available officially, but I had to track down bootlegs of them to use. Namely: Leeds 2013, Passaic 78, Nassau 80, Buffalo 09, Winterland 78, Ullevi 12 (I was done before the official release). Also, a part of me will always prefer the bootleg of Passaic 1 78 over the official.
  8. The tech is most likely still around, but so many leaps and bounds have been made in computing and audio workflows that the tech from 2002 probably can't convert to formats that can be used today. I don't think it's like that, it's not so much retrieving the file, it's more converting it to a workable format. Which given the size of a multi track 3 hour show, won't be quick to convert. So there may be a way to convert these shows, but it may be so time consuming (and maybe the rising show didn't sell that well) to justify releasing another show
  9. That too I refuse to answer this question on the grounds that it might incriminate me
  10. Maybe the process is so painful that no one wants to go through it again?
  11. If they went to recover a show from DSD and it was corrupted during the conversion and the output file is completely unusable. And then they didn't have a backup, or something else went wrong with the original files. Then the show would be lost. (Debunked, but my original theory) If they try to convert an average show and lose it, it wouldn't be as big of a deal as losing something like Shea 2003.
  12. Ah, thanks. Probably when I was renaming folder and just put Godfather because the first night was GF and I thought Night 2 was GF as well.
  13. 2012-07-04 - 2012-07-05 -