My Entire Van Halen Bootleg Audio Collection: 1 New Show Per Week

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July 21, 2012 at 5:12 pm Quote #17311

King Edward
(1776)

Awesome share on the Detroit shows…..thanks a ton my brother.


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July 21, 2012 at 5:40 pm Quote #17317

mcs5150
(1085)

King Edward:
Awesome share on the Detroit shows…..thanks a ton my brother.

You are welcome; happy to give back to the community.


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July 21, 2012 at 10:22 pm Quote #17337

mrmojohalen
(5444)

For those that never got them in the tree from a few years ago, get them now. Enjoy !


When you turn on your stereo, does it return the favor?


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July 21, 2012 at 11:48 pm Quote #17343

jroundy
(1366)

mrmojohalen:
For those that never got them in the tree from a few years ago, get them now. Enjoy !

Been listening to the first Detroit show, and it kicks ass!!! So happy to have it. Thank you again.


The poor folks play for keeps down here…They’re the living dead. Nobody rules these streets at night like Van Halen!!


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July 23, 2012 at 11:11 am Quote #17410

kaloway
(1872)

Just a thought, I may be wrong…
If someone downloads a show and immediately uploads it to another site, could you not trace your original through the fingerprints?

Or the new uploader could just post a thank you to original uploader and make life simple


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July 23, 2012 at 11:28 am Quote #17412

mcs5150
(1085)

kaloway:
Just a thought, I may be wrong…
If someone downloads a show and immediately uploads it to another site, could you not trace your original through the fingerprints?

Or the new uploader could just post a thank you to original uploader and make life simple

Or the uploader could plug the site that he/she got it from.


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July 23, 2012 at 11:54 am Quote #17413

src
(1560)

There is no way the C demos can be from the 70′s i see Simple Rhyme
Take Your Whiskey Home on there,LOL it makes you wonder how much the people who talked shit about them useing old demos on the new album really knew about CVH.


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July 23, 2012 at 12:27 pm Quote #17415

mcs5150
(1085)

src:
There is no way the C demos can be from the 70′s i see Simple Rhyme Take Your Whiskey Home on there,LOL it makes you wonderhow much the people who talked shit about them useing old demos on the new album really knew about CVH.

From the VH Encyclopedia: “The song was played often in the backyard party days. The first known recorded version of this song appeared on the Cherokee Demo that is believed to have been recorded at Cherokee Studios in Chatsworth, CA, and was then titled simply “Simple Rhyme.”" http://www.vanhalenencyclopedia.com/entries/in-a-simple-rhyme.html


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July 23, 2012 at 12:47 pm Quote #17418

Wes
(6117)

src:
There is no way the C demos can be from the 70′s i see Simple Rhyme Take Your Whiskey Home on there,LOL it makes you wonderhow much the people who talked shit about them useing old demos on the new album really knew about CVH.


Umm…you might want to ask yourself the same question. :wink: :mrgreen:



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July 23, 2012 at 12:52 pm Quote #17420

Wes
(6117)

Here’s 3 of the shows you guys asked for. I’ll keep them up on dropbox for a week, then add the other 2 you were asking for.

Dropbox Link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/g6zo153sv08yh28/HegkoFtdp6

Van Halen
Starwood, Hollywood, CA
June 30, 1976

Lineage: Master>Wav>Flac
Artwork Included

This one comes from Wooda at DiamonDavidLeeRoth.com

Notes from Wooda:

Here is a gem from the Wooda vaults, that I have only recently released to a couple of folks and now before EBay and Fletch start making a living off it, I offer it to all of you free of charge.

For anyone on a slow connection, PM and we can get you a copy somehow.

This is a sister disk to the often mislabeled show from the Starwood on June, 29th, 1976. It has been released with many titles and I will post a correct version in the coming months.

VH played a three night stand on June 28th, 29th, & 30th of 1976 and I can’t find the 28th show bt will continue to search it out.

So here it is:

SHOTGUN WEDDING

VAN HALEN – Live at the Starwood in Hollywood California June 30th, 1976 and doing the introduction for the show is none other than Rodney Bingenheimer from KROQ who was a big VH supporter back in the day.

01 – Lets Get Rockin’
02 – Somebody Get Me a Doctor
03 – Babe, Don’t Leave Me Alone
04 – Show Your Love
05 – D.O.A.
06 – Runnin’ With the Devil.flac
07 – Let Me Swim
08 – She’s A Woman.flac
09 – Believe Me
10 – Ice Cream Man
11 – Simple Rhyme
12 – Eruption
13 – House Of Pain
14 – Honolulu Baby
15 – Eyes Of Night
16 – I Live With Fools

Flac
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 01 – Lets Get Rockin’.flac:87e658ff4c538f30241537b157b39bb3
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 02 – Somebody Get Me a Doctor.flac:56eb3ab795367187193ff231ef32135c
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 03 – Babe, Don’t Leave Me Alone.flac:8cbbc57f73d7b31ae1ae55fde2e046e1
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 04 – Show Your Love.flac:4c334b9ed92fe6e6bbf1e3670db518d3
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 05 – D.O.A..flac:33d24a9352858d578c7a74ca55334fb1
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 06 – Runnin’ With the Devil.flac:5d427308734dda16846a6c01a2434995
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 07 – Let Me Swim.flac:79be230f1affedc808b096cae417b342
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 08 – She’s A Woman.flac:0b93543b3a8db6e1f70b8582ed315d83
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 09 – Believe Me.flac:d5c2455ea93e7e2b6b587724ac67b2ca
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 10 – Ice Cream Man.flac:ca441f00d2ea05ae840e8e728cd87421
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 11 – Simple Rhyme.flac:e9ceedb80c21190fe79ca86592ab4a90
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 12 – Eruption.flac:a29550fd8988aa595321e141db6dcae0
Van Halen – Shotgun Wedding – 13 – House Of Pain.flac:f87d85fb8343e7065c97bb9ddb7e27e7



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July 23, 2012 at 12:55 pm Quote #17421

Wes
(6117)

Dropbox Link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/h5w0l0egq9cfv8p/hZccLBIh_H

Van Halen
Vorst Nationaal
Brussels, Belgium
June 14, 1979

Lineage: AUD>low-gen cass>CDRx>EAC(secure/offset)>WAV>FLAC(level5)>remastering>FLAC(level5)
Quality: B
File Size: 445 MB

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DO NOT CONVERT TO MP3
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Total Time: 78:33

1. Light Up The Sky 3:14
2. Somebody Get Me A Doctor / Drum Solo 4:51
3. Runnin’ With The Devil 4:01
4. Dance The Night Away 3:03
5. Beautiful Girls 3:23
6. On Fire / Bass Solo 6:59
7. You’re No Good 2:56
8. Jamie’s Cryin’ 3:54
9. Feel Your Love Tonight 7:57
10. Outta Love Again 4:43
11. Ice Cream Man 5:39
12. Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love 7:24
13. Guitar Solo 4:57
14. You Really Got Me 7:36
15. Bottoms Up! 3:50
16. Atomic Punk 3:57

FLAC Fingerprints:

vh6-14-79t01.flac:201fa72a22cda3c2dd845b0907b38024
vh6-14-79t02.flac:980c3fb6b5e5f5808b2d8d55d4e3dd1f
vh6-14-79t03.flac:daefd2da92f920487c5e6465552fef18
vh6-14-79t04.flac:7695d4eefa20b5873047d2bfbec09764
vh6-14-79t05.flac:0c64f64dbfc04e294b69f60968495dbe
vh6-14-79t06.flac:c63ee07a3e32aff1cee7ccb1c3a6c332
vh6-14-79t07.flac:900eed4d4b6feb645b83431e8f4c1744
vh6-14-79t08.flac:6137c80d8a4d04b1a981386f525adbbd
vh6-14-79t09.flac:5178fc2be09722f93fadfdc233ea3d32
vh6-14-79t10.flac:b52b8f51fed6cd940f68b0c394bf2aa7
vh6-14-79t11.flac:fbc7b675ffaef38e36c8b52c991ce8b9
vh6-14-79t12.flac:fa851e6978303863c27e483af759b124
vh6-14-79t13.flac:f4b02b8708471b97dd467f677fd456c7
vh6-14-79t14.flac:81795c33f4a42af18d4c554756dcfbef
vh6-14-79t15.flac:95d3c0aa8befc18b6c080a841c8d0d60
vh6-14-79t16.flac:5d488c6c2620ff0e85da918b9af434bd

Notes:
Uncirculated show through December 23, 2004. jswetts Remaster. We suspsect that the analog source is either a Master or 1st gen.

This came to me on 2 CD’s with shitty digital errors before and after the track transitions. Whoever converted this to CDR obviously really didn’t care about what it sounded like. The sound, despite being low-gen, wasn’t what it should have been due to the poor tape transfer. I sent it off to jswetts from jamtothis.com who remastered this and made it 10 times better. The digital errors were cleaned up as much as possible. Crowd noise was edited towards the end to fit this onto one CD. The sound is a little tinny but clear. The remaster brings out the bass as much as possible.

This is the opening night of Van Halen’s European leg of the “World Vacation” tour. This is the typical 1979 set list which features the drum solo in “SGMAD,” Dave’s raps before “On Fire,” the bass solo after “On Fire,” an extended “Feel Your Love Tonight” with the “Romeo Delight” tease, the extended “ATBL” and extended “YRGM.” No “Story of Joe” in “Bottoms Up!” on this one. While I can’t put it on a Fresno 3/25/79 or ’79 Japan shows level, this is a solid, enjoyable show.

Credits:
Thanks to ks34vh from the vhvault for supplying me with this show initially and aiding to get this liberated.

A huge round of applause for jswetts from jamtothis.com for really taking this project under his wing and making this 10 times what it was when I got it. Before I got it, it sounded like an answering machine tape. Now it sounds so much fuller and cleaned up. Kudos to jswetts for this fantastic contribution to the VH trading community.

Please do not convert to .mp3 as that defeats the purpose of the painstaking work that was put into this production.

Liberated December 23, 2004.

Brought to you by Lou from jamtothis.com
loucap81@hotmail.com
http://www.geocities.com/loucap81/tradelist.html



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July 23, 2012 at 12:56 pm Quote #17422

mcs5150
(1085)

Thanks Wes!


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July 23, 2012 at 12:58 pm Quote #17423

Wes
(6117)

Dropbox Link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/h684rzns0ivr30v/uL3ifbRSqc

Van Halen
Daneb Sportpark
Pink Pop Festival
Geleen, Holland
May 26, 1980

Lineage (raw tracks): AUD>low-gen cass>Sony TC-WE635 tape deck>Sony RCD-W500C standalone burner>CDR(M)>EAC>WAV>CDWave>FLAC(level 5)

Lineage (remastered tracks): AUD>low-gen cass>Sony TC-WE635 tape deck>Sony RCD-W500C standalone burner>CDR(M)>EAC>WAV>Wavelab 4.0>Right Channel only (picked up better and lowered the whistling)>Duplicate to left>falsify stereo>Separate chanel EQ>Normalization>WAV>CDWave>FLAC(level 5)

Quality (raw tracks): B+/B

Quality (remastered tracks): B++

Total Time (both sets): 62:49

1. Romeo Delight 4:29
2. Bottoms Up! 3:02
3. Drum Solo 1:24
4. Runnin’ With The Devil 3:52
5. Loss Of Control 3:17
6. Take Your Whiskey Home 4:40
7. Dance The Night Away 2:59
8. Jamie’s Cryin’ 4:20
9. Everybody Wants Some!! 4:48
10. Atomic Punk 2:52
11. And The Cradle Will Rock… 5:13
12. Light Up The Sky 5:15
13. Guitar Solo 5:52
14. Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love 6:15
15. You Really Got Me 4:23

Notes:
This is a low-gen copy of this show and probably the best copy we’ll ever hear. I was amazed when I did the transfer at how good this sounded, relatively speaking. It’s still the same familiar, distant source with the talking and the whistling, but to hear a low-gen copy makes it sound a whole lot better and quite enjoyable. Then Josh S. took it up another notch and remastered it to get rid of the whistling and bring the sound as up front as possible. You get both the raw tracks and the remastered tracks in this set. The track times and total times are exactly the same for both sets. FFP’s and shntool results included for both.

Credits:
Greg R. for lending the tape to Lou
Lou did the raw tape transfer
Josh S. remastered the show

Brought to you by Lou
loucap81@hotmail.com
http://www.geocities.com/loucap81/tradelist.html



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July 23, 2012 at 12:58 pm Quote #17424

Wes
(6117)

mcs5150:
Thanks Wes!



No prob, guys….enjoy! :wink:



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July 23, 2012 at 1:00 pm Quote #17425

mcs5150
(1085)

Wes: No prob, guys….enjoy! :wink:

You are not so bad for a Diamonbacks fan :wink:


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