Well, hope everyone's been good
This is what my first copy of Bob Dylan's Stealin' looked like. A bunch of early demos and outtakes, Bob and his acoustic guitar. This one I got from P2P many moons ago and it has been cleaned up a bit, but there's only so much that can be done. Middling sound quality, but for the age of this stuff, not too bad.
And from a long ago request, here is some Blackfoot from 1981 (Cleveland Ohio 9-30-81 to be exact). Ripped directly from the cassette I got long ago and is one rar with two files. Highway Song is cut in the first file, but the complete version is on the second. Decent but not great sound quality.
Montrose's 2nd trip to the Los Angeles California Record Plant was captured by KSAN radio back on 10-26-74. This has no set list but was separated into tracks and I tagged the ones I knew without going too deep into it. I love the guitar sound on this. It was mixed into one channel at a much higher volume than the rest of the band and Ronnie rips away. Ronnie does an acoustic solo number that was cut off on my copy so what I got, I give to you!
And finally, these are some extras I had on the tapes I've been ripping and I thought I would throw a couple up here to see if there is any interest. I have a ton of this stuff (i.e.--live performances on Letterman, the Tonight Show, SNL and even old shows like Don Kirshner and Fridays. So if you'd like to see more of this type of stuff, please let me know.
First up is Bush from the David Letterman show on 4-10-97
And from the very next morning here is Grand Funk Railroad on Good Morning America doing Some Kind of Wonderful & I'm Your Captain along with a short interview.