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Topic: The Rolling Stones Bit Torrent Thread (Vol. 8) Return to archive Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
8th June 2006 12:41 AM
gonzalo76
quote:
POISONIVY wrote:
on the tracker this evening

TATOO ME

A SOUNDBOARD RECORDING NEW ORLEANS 1991

SET LIST

shattered
rocks off
sparks will fly
satisfaction

beast of burden
heartbreaker
i go wild
it s all over now
miss you
honky tonk woman
star me up
it s only rock n roll
brown sugar
jumpin jack flash





A soundboard recording that came from a LOSSY source.
I'm sorry but it's MP3 folks.

Look at the frequency analysis of track01:
http://img104.imageshack.us/img104/2855/track016fk.png

Be careful next time POISONIVY.

Gr.

[Edited by gonzalo76]
8th June 2006 12:58 AM
POISONIVY
quote:
gonzalo76 wrote:


A soundboard recording that came from a LOSSY source.
I'm sorry but it's MP3 folks.

Look at the frequency analysis of track01:
http://img104.imageshack.us/img104/2855/track016fk.png

Be careful next time POISONIVY.

Gr.

[Edited by gonzalo76]




I have had this cd with a trade 3 yeaRS ago
I DONT KKNOW THT THE SOURCE IS MP3

Can i control if the source is mp3??
8th June 2006 01:28 AM
gonzalo76
quote:
POISONIVY wrote:



I have had this cd with a trade 3 yeaRS ago
I DONT KKNOW THT THE SOURCE IS MP3

Can i control if the source is mp3??




Yes you can, follow this excellent guide:
http://www.audiohub.org/get/fa/fa.htm

Gr.
8th June 2006 04:16 AM
vox12string That graph doesn't prove that the source is mp3, it only shows that there's nothing above about 11k. The link that gonzalo put up is a good intro to this problem but note that even there they state that mp3's are cut off about the 17-19k mark. I do a lot of audio editing with cooleditpro2 & have noticed that all my mp3's cut off about the 16k mark, wma's on the other hand go all the way up to 19k before the cut off.

There are several ways to get that cut-off @ 11k. One would be with an equaliser, altho why you'd chop the top part off I don't know, another would be if the recording was made from a radio/reciever whose top limit was 11k, or if the staion broadcasting the signal had a top limit of 11k. Fm radio typically broadcasts between 50-15k, I believe it's to do with the bandwidth available on the fm band altho I'm not too up on that.

Having said all of this, yes, the files could be mp3 sourced, but that graph doesn't prove it, particularly with that 11k cut-off point.
8th June 2006 04:40 AM
MRD8 I can't upload the 5DVD set, Hot Stuff, here because it contains officially released material from Gimme Shelter and Four Flicks...email me at rmccombsii@cfl.rr.com and I'll B&P a copy for you.
8th June 2006 06:18 AM
clubred Any info about what is this 3 DVD documentary set ?
Looks like a bad remake 25x5 class B, isn't it ?
Anyway still interested. I am downloading it now.
Thanks MRD8.




quote:
MRD8 wrote:
New on the tracker this morning:
Let It Bleed Documentary 2002 DVD-2

Label: Mother's 'Lil Helper
Proshot NTSC
10/10

Sixties Meltdown
Business For Beginners
1971-1974 Jet setting
Cutting A Classic
Groupies
1975-1982 Staying Power
More Drugs
Surviving Punk
Stadium Rock
Making Video's

8th June 2006 09:22 AM
egeboy This Tattoo Me sparked my interest and I was wondering if anyone can upload the Tattoo You Sessions or any of the various other outtakes, sessions or demos from this album. I love the Voodoo Residue, Brew and Stew.

egeboy
8th June 2006 10:46 AM
Gazza
quote:
clubred wrote:
Any info about what is this 3 DVD documentary set ?
Looks like a bad remake 25x5 class B, isn't it ?
Anyway still interested. I am downloading it now.
Thanks MRD8.




its an updated version of "25 x 5" made for ARTE (a French and German channel)by the renowned Austrian (?) Stones historians and documentary makers Rudi Dolezal & Hannes Rossacher (DoRo Productions) and broadcast on 14 July 2002 to mark the Stones' 40th anniversary which fell two days earlier.

It was never shown anywhere else, although this is presumably the (unbroadcast) English language version which has got into circulation. Its almost 3 hours long and I cant recommend it highly enough. Unquestionably, the greatest Stones documentary of all time.

Its worth downloading for the opening "Jumpin Jack Flash" montage alone - which sums up everything the Stones are and will ever be in about 4 or 5 glorious minutes.
8th June 2006 12:33 PM
gonzalo76
quote:
vox12string wrote:
Having said all of this, yes, the files could be mp3 sourced, but that graph doesn't prove it, particularly with that 11k cut-off point.



I have no doubt that it's MP3 but if you want more proves take a look at the Spectral analysis of the same track 01.

http://img95.imageshack.us/img95/1508/track014yd.png

Look for areas where it looks like there are unnatural lines or areas blocked out. A conventional recording should show little or no area that is completely black.

Anyway, I think you noticed the micro silence gap between the songs, that is a classic example of an MP3 source that was decoded to a lossless format.

Gr.

[Edited by gonzalo76]
8th June 2006 01:09 PM
axl79
quote:
clubred wrote:
Any info about what is this 3 DVD documentary set ?
Looks like a bad remake 25x5 class B, isn't it ?
Anyway still interested. I am downloading it now.
Thanks MRD8.








I have look at part one and it's great!.
Why do you download it if it's bad ???

Thanks MRD8 for all your efforts!!
8th June 2006 01:26 PM
Toronto Tom Does anyone have any idea why when I download Let it Bleed (all of it) IT won't let me burn it. Same thing happened to me with the 95 AFrica show and the Halloween staples show. All others Never a problem.

Video_ts.vob it says is bad on let it bleed.

MR D You uploaded it all those I have yet to get a download from you that works for me I use Bittorrent to download and DVD shrink to burn.

Thanks for any help
8th June 2006 01:58 PM
De Meeuw
quote:
Toronto Tom wrote:
Does anyone have any idea why when I download Let it Bleed (all of it) IT won't let me burn it. Same thing happened to me with the 95 AFrica show and the Halloween staples show. All others Never a problem.

Video_ts.vob it says is bad on let it bleed.

MR D You uploaded it all those I have yet to get a download from you that works for me I use Bittorrent to download and DVD shrink to burn.

Thanks for any help



Yes right
this problem is alone with DVD Shrink
But if you burn the files on a dvd, than is it ok
8th June 2006 02:04 PM
gonzalo76
quote:
Toronto Tom wrote:
Does anyone have any idea why when I download Let it Bleed (all of it) IT won't let me burn it. Same thing happened to me with the 95 AFrica show and the Halloween staples show. All others Never a problem.

Video_ts.vob it says is bad on let it bleed.

MR D You uploaded it all those I have yet to get a download from you that works for me I use Bittorrent to download and DVD shrink to burn.

Thanks for any help



Because of the "file reallocation error" problem.
The problem is the authoring program that Bob or his friend use to make the menus. This time I had no luck in reallocating the files again, Shrink couldn't do it so I had to re-authored with a working VGM and VTS menu.
VGM menu:
http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/562/vgm8mw.png
VTS menu:
http://img237.imageshack.us/img237/6659/vts2vi.png

Gr.
8th June 2006 02:18 PM
heymjm I used Nero Recode to get around the "file reallocation error" and it worked fine.



quote:
gonzalo76 wrote:


Because of the "file reallocation error" problem.
The problem is the authoring program that Bob or his friend use to make the menus. This time I had no luck in reallocating the files again, Shrink couldn't do it so I had to re-authored with a working VGM and VTS menu.
VGM menu:
http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/562/vgm8mw.png
VTS menu:
http://img237.imageshack.us/img237/6659/vts2vi.png

Gr.

8th June 2006 02:25 PM
heymjm
quote:
egeboy wrote:
This Tattoo Me sparked my interest and I was wondering if anyone can upload the Tattoo You Sessions or any of the various other outtakes, sessions or demos from this album. I love the Voodoo Residue, Brew and Stew.

egeboy



silkcut1978 has the Early Stiches boot available for download over at Dime. To quote from the info file ......

EARLY STITCHES - same as Rattlesnake's "TATTOO TOO" but with 3 more songs

Label: RS-ES1/2 (Early Stitches) RS 071/72 (Tattoo Too)
artwork for both versions included
very good to excellent soundboard recordings

Source: my silver / EAC / flac


CD 01


01. NEVER STOP a.k.a. START ME UP (the "reggae version", take I)
(25th March - 4th April 1975, Munich, Musicland Studios)

02. START ME UP (take II)
(5th January - 2nd March 1978, Boulogne-Billancourt,Pathé Marconi Studios)

03. HANG FIRE (take I)
(5th January - 2nd March 1978, Boulogne-Billancourt,Pathé Marconi Studios)

04. HANG FIRE (take Ia)
(5th January - 2nd March 1978, Boulogne-Billancourt,Pathé Marconi Studios)

05. HANG FIRE (take II)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

06. HANG FIRE (take III)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

07. VAGINA a.k.a. SLAVE (take I)
(22nd January - 9th February 1975, Rotterdam, De Doelen, Mobile Record Unit)

08. VAGINA a.k.a. SLAVE (take II)
(22nd January - 9th February 1975, Rotterdam, De Doelen, Mobile Record Unit)

09. SLAVE (take IV)
(April - June 1981, New York City, Atlantic Studios)

10. LITTLE T&A a.k.a. BULLDOG (take I)
(18th January - 12th February 1979, Nassau, Bahamas, Compass Point Studios)

11. LITTLE T&A (take II)
(18th January - 12th February 1979, Nassau, Bahamas, Compass Point Studios)

12. BLACK LIMOUSINE (take II)
(10th October - 21st December 1977, Boulogne Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

13. BLACK LIMOUSINE (take III)
(5th January - 2nd March 1978, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

14. BLACK LIMOUSINE (take IV)
(5th January - 2nd March 1978, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

--- end of CD 01 and beginning of CD 02 on the Rattlesnake edition ---

15. BLACK LIMOUSINE (take V)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

16. NEIGHBORS (take II)
(April - June 1981, New York City, Atlantic Studios)



CD 02


01. WORRIED ABOUT YOU (take I)
(22nd January - 9th February 1975, Rotterdam, De Doelen, Mobile Record Unit)

02. WORRIED ABOUT YOU (take II)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

03. TOPS (take I)
(25th - 30th November & 6th - 21st December 1972, Kingston, Dynamic Sound Studios)

04. TOPS (take III)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

05. HEAVEN (take I)
(11th October - 12th November 1980, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé-Marconi Studios)

06. HEAVEN (take II)
(11th October - 12th November 1980, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé-Marconi Studios)

07. NO USE IN CRYING (take I)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

08. NO USE IN CRYING (take II)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

09. NO USE IN CRYING (take III)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

10. NO USE IN CRYING (take IV)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

11. WAITING ON MY FRIEND a.k.a. WAITING ON A FRIEND (take I)
(25th - 30th November & 6th - 21st December 1972, Kingston, Dynamic Sound Studios)

12. WAITING ON A FRIEND (take II)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

13. WAITING ON A FRIEND (take III)
(April - June 1981, New York City, Atlantic Studios)

--- bonus-tracks on Early Stitches ---

14. IT'S COLD DOWN THERE (unreleased song)
(18th January - 12th February 1979, Nassau, Bahamas, Compass Point Studios)

15. GUESS I SHOULD KNOW (unreleased song)
(18th January - 12th February 1979, Nassau, Bahamas, Compass Point Studios)

16. LIGHT UP (unreleased song)
(5th January - 2nd March 1978, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)


*************************************************************************

- Not a single track of this 2-CD-set has ever been released officially -

*************************************************************************



[Edited by heymjm]
8th June 2006 02:30 PM
gonzalo76
quote:
heymjm wrote:
I used Nero Recode to get around the "file reallocation error" and it worked fine.




It's good to know that Nero Recode can solve this "file reallocation error" thing.
Anyway, because the original VTS menu does not have the titles on each chapter, I decided to reauthored it.

Gr.
[Edited by gonzalo76]
8th June 2006 04:32 PM
Toronto Tom Thanks Nero Recode worked great I never thought of that idea. I new I could count on everyone to help me out.

8th June 2006 06:32 PM
telek here you have the saitama 2006 dvd

http://rollingstones.kicks-ass.org:6969/details.tmpl?torrent_info_hash=88CB74A95A20E29938B192DA5FF91FEC9F3B7C64


setlist on dvd - no menue

intro
jjflash
iorr
lets spend the night together
onnya
sway
wild horses
rain fall down
midnight rambler
tumblin dice

introduction

this place is empty
happy
miss u
rough justice
start me up
honky tonk
sympathy
paint it black
brown sugar
ycagwyw
satisfaction

excellent sound and picture

got my copy from rockpassion.com
(hey jp hope it is okay to seed it :-) )


hope the torrent works, it is my first torrent,if there are probs please contact me via mail
8th June 2006 06:38 PM
ßloody red ®ooster i remember a dialogue with Keith and Ronnie, they go on and on about a cardboard cut-out which Keith gave Ronnie with all these forged autographs... pretty funny,
I was just wondering, is it on the Voodoo Brew/Stew ? i've got it but it is in such bad quality... i can't remember where i got it from...

thx
8th June 2006 07:29 PM
telek sorry
cant get the torrent running, sorry it is too late now for me,i´ll try it tomorrow morning
8th June 2006 08:00 PM
egeboy [quote]heymjm wrote:


silkcut1978 has the Early Stiches boot available for download over at Dime.

Thanx a bunch. I snatched the torrent but it's gonna be a slow ride. I really love the raw and formative sessions stuff. Again, thanx a lot.

egeboy
8th June 2006 08:53 PM
GotToRollMe
quote:
telek wrote:
here you have the saitama 2006 dvd

got my copy from rockpassion.com



Does anyone know how to register to download torrents over at Rockpassion?



[Edited by GotToRollMe]
8th June 2006 10:00 PM
mac_daddy

i think rockpassion is lossy (mp3)...

but people around here know; just start a new topic about it - that's what everybody else does...
9th June 2006 01:47 AM
GotToRollMe The Saitama DVD is up on Dime:

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=99103
9th June 2006 02:44 AM
clubred It was, but the mods just banned it now!!!!

quote:
GotToRollMe wrote:
The Saitama DVD is up on Dime:

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=99103


9th June 2006 02:49 AM
clubred Thanks Gazza for these info, I keep downloading. I trust you then.
Thanks again to the seeder.




quote:
Gazza wrote:


its an updated version of "25 x 5" made for ARTE (a French and German channel)by the renowned Austrian (?) Stones historians and documentary makers Rudi Dolezal & Hannes Rossacher (DoRo Productions) and broadcast on 14 July 2002 to mark the Stones' 40th anniversary which fell two days earlier.

It was never shown anywhere else, although this is presumably the (unbroadcast) English language version which has got into circulation. Its almost 3 hours long and I cant recommend it highly enough. Unquestionably, the greatest Stones documentary of all time.

Its worth downloading for the opening "Jumpin Jack Flash" montage alone - which sums up everything the Stones are and will ever be in about 4 or 5 glorious minutes.

9th June 2006 05:14 AM
Gazza
quote:
mac_daddy wrote:


i think rockpassion is lossy (mp3)...



correct
9th June 2006 05:16 AM
Gazza
quote:
clubred wrote:
It was, but the mods just banned it now!!!!





there should be at least one version - with chapters - uploaded here soon, I understand! (Thanks in advance to Steven & MrD)
9th June 2006 07:22 AM
pehdefigo
quote:
telek wrote:
here you have the saitama 2006 dvd

http://rollingstones.kicks-ass.org:6969/details.tmpl?torrent_info_hash=88CB74A95A20E29938B192DA5FF91FEC9F3B7C64


setlist on dvd - no menue

intro
jjflash
iorr
lets spend the night together
onnya
sway
wild horses
rain fall down
midnight rambler
tumblin dice

introduction

this place is empty
happy
miss u
rough justice
start me up
honky tonk
sympathy
paint it black
brown sugar
ycagwyw
satisfaction

excellent sound and picture

got my copy from rockpassion.com
(hey jp hope it is okay to seed it :-) )


hope the torrent works, it is my first torrent,if there are probs please contact me via mail



Try to post here http://www.bootcity.org/index.php?
9th June 2006 07:39 AM
Gazza
quote:
pehdefigo wrote:


Try to post here http://www.bootcity.org/index.php?



if its not lossy, he can post it here!
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