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NEW on Jungleland: 1975-10-04 * Michigan Palace * Detroit, MI * SB Upgrade with AUD patch * ER Archives Volume 13 via JEMS (FIXED)

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A new torrent has been uploaded to Jungleland.

Torrent: 39334
Title: 1975-10-04 * Michigan Palace * Detroit, MI * SB Upgrade with AUD patch * ER Archives Volume 13 via JEMS (FIXED)
Size: 919.73 MB
Category: Audio 1971 -> 1975
Uploaded by: mjk5510

Description
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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Michigan Palace
Detroit, MI
October 4, 1975
ER Archives Vol. 13 via JEMS

JEMS 2016 Transfer: low-generation reels > Ampex 440 > Pro Tools > iZotope RX4 > iZotope Ozone > Peak Pro XT (volume smoothing / patch / edit / index) > xACT 2.35 > FLAC

01 Tenth Avenue Freeze-out
02 Spirit in the Night
03 It’s Gonna Work Out Fine
04 She’s The One
05 Born to Run
06 The E Street Shuffle > Having A Party
07 Backstreets (patched)
08 Kitty’s Back
09 Jungleland
10 Rosalita (cut)
11 Detroit Medley
12 Sandy
13 Ain’t Too Proud To Beg
14 Quarter to Three
15 Little Queenie
16 Twist and Shout

Known Faults:
-Backstreets: 1.25 patched with audience recording, the ER tape contains 22 more
seconds of the SB thanAnubis's "Walk Like Heroes"
-Rosalita: end cut

Welcome back to lucky number 13 in a series of releases (preceded by 11 Bruce titles and one Hall and Oates released on DIME) from the ER Archives, the collection of an active '70s taper and trader who stepped away from collecting, leaving his tapes dormant until now. ER's collection contains previously uncirculated shows as well as upgrades to circulating tapes, both audience and soundboard. He used high-end tape decks and good tape, so his copies of even well-known shows have proven to be improvements.

Volume 13 is a project that’s been in the works since ER’s tapes first arrived: an upgrade of one of the best ‘75 shows, Detroit, October 4, 1975. As explained in detail here (http://jungleland.dnsalias.com/torrents-details.php?id=36408), the ER Archive tapes of this show were copied from Ed Sciaky's reels in the late '70s. Through other sources, the Detroit tapes wound up in wider circulation and on bootlegs, but as most of you probably know, this recording has always been the most problematic of the ‘75 soundboards.

It now seems clear that the master recording of the concert was marred by tape alignment issues that caused a wave-like swishing of the sound, especially in the high-end. The audio kind of rides up and down, locking in and sounding fine and then drifting out of alignment again. While a constant throughout the show, for the first 90 or so minutes the effect is moderate and doesn’t distract terribly from the listening experience once you get used to it. The problem becomes more pronounced in the encores, where a presumed switch to a second master tape exacerbated the issue.

On top of that and likely related to the same problem, circulating copies of the recording have major pitch problems which only get worse as the show proceeds. Both Midnight Beat’s First Night In Detroit and Anubis’ Walk Like Heroes have major pitch problems, with the latter dragging terribly for more than half the show. Because the pitch isn’t consistent, it isn’t a simple fix.

Now before you get all excited about this upgrade, the wave-like swishing is still there. As noted, it is almost certainly a problem on the master itself. But thanks to the keen ear and tuning fork of Tapeboy, we have applied pitch adjustments throughout the show that vastly improve the end result and make the show a whole lot better to listen to. The pitch still isn’t perfect but it is much closer to accurate.

On top of that, like all the ‘75 boards in the ER Archive, his copy of the show has less hiss, as well as richer sound and clearer vocals than extant copies. Given the pitch corrections and better underlying recording, we think this is a material upgrade. Samples provided. On top of that, thanks to a recent find by our partner mjk5510, we’ve been able to fill in a missing bit of “Backstreets” with an audience recording of the show that was released as the "DS Archives Volume 7". Sadly, the end of “Rosalita” is missing on both sources.

So why did it take us so long to release Detroit? Because it was on the only two tapes in ER’s collection that used an alternate 4-track configuration on the recording. Instead of the traditional 1:3 and 2:4 (where tracks 1 and 3 are left and right on one side, 2 and 4 are left and right on the other), the reel to reel ER used to copy Sciaky’s tapes could set each track independently. The Detroit tapes were recorded 1:2 and 3:4, and therefore would not playback properly on a two-track machine. Given that JEMS doesn’t have a working 4-track, we had a friend use his lovely Ampex 440B to transfer the tapes.

As for the show itself, it’s a peach but you know that already. Super versions of “It’s Gonna Work Out Fine,” a hometown “Detroit Medley,” the first-ever “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg,” plus “Little Queenie” and “Twist and Shout” because they just wanted to keep playing.

Once again pushing this tape over the finish line is JEMS' production supervisor mjk5510. Thanks to him for final polish, research and patching. Tapeboy deserves major ups for taking the time to break down the pitch problems to manageable pieces and apply serious adjustments.

And of course, massive thanks once again to the ER Archive for opening up the vault doors and sharing this recording with the fans. Feel free to let him know how you feel in the comments.

BK for JEMS




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DELETED from Jungleland: 1975-10-04 * Michigan Palace * Detroit, MI * SB Upgrade with AUD patch * ER Archives Volume 13 via JEMS

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A torrent has been removed from Jungleland.

Torrent: 39333
Title: 1975-10-04 * Michigan Palace * Detroit, MI * SB Upgrade with AUD patch * ER Archives Volume 13 via JEMS
Deleted by: mjk5510
Days on tracker: 0
Last status: 0 times snatched

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NEW on Jungleland: 1975-10-04 * Michigan Palace * Detroit, MI * SB Upgrade with AUD patch * ER Archives Volume 13 via JEMS

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A new torrent has been uploaded to Jungleland.

Torrent: 39333
Title: 1975-10-04 * Michigan Palace * Detroit, MI * SB Upgrade with AUD patch * ER Archives Volume 13 via JEMS
Size: 919.73 MB
Category: Audio 1971 -> 1975
Uploaded by: mjk5510

Description
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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Michigan Palace
Detroit, MI
October 4, 1975
ER Archives Vol. 13 via JEMS

JEMS 2016 Transfer: low-generation reels > Ampex 440 > Pro Tools > iZotope RX4 > iZotope Ozone > Peak Pro XT (volume smoothing / patch / edit / index) > xACT 2.35 > FLAC

01 Tenth Avenue Freeze-out
02 Spirit in the Night
03 It’s Gonna Work Out Fine
04 She’s The One
05 Born to Run
06 The E Street Shuffle > Having A Party
07 Backstreets (patched)
08 Kitty’s Back
09 Jungleland
10 Rosalita (cut)
11 Detroit Medley
12 Sandy
13 Ain’t Too Proud To Beg
14 Quarter to Three
15 Little Queenie
16 Twist and Shout

Known Faults:
-Backstreets: 1.25 patched with audience recording, the ER tape contains 22 more
seconds of the SB thanAnubis's "Walk Like Heroes"
-Rosalita: end cut

Welcome back to lucky number 13 in a series of releases (preceded by 11 Bruce titles and one Hall and Oates released on DIME) from the ER Archives, the collection of an active '70s taper and trader who stepped away from collecting, leaving his tapes dormant until now. ER's collection contains previously uncirculated shows as well as upgrades to circulating tapes, both audience and soundboard. He used high-end tape decks and good tape, so his copies of even well-known shows have proven to be improvements.

Volume 13 is a project that’s been in the works since ER’s tapes first arrived: an upgrade of one of the best ‘75 shows, Detroit, October 4, 1975. As explained in detail here (http://jungleland.dnsalias.com/torrents-details.php?id=36408), the ER Archive tapes of this show were copied from Ed Sciaky's reels in the late '70s. Through other sources, the Detroit tapes wound up in wider circulation and on bootlegs, but as most of you probably know, this recording has always been the most problematic of the ‘75 soundboards.

It now seems clear that the master recording of the concert was marred by tape alignment issues that caused a wave-like swishing of the sound, especially in the high-end. The audio kind of rides up and down, locking in and sounding fine and then drifting out of alignment again. While a constant throughout the show, for the first 90 or so minutes the effect is moderate and doesn’t distract terribly from the listening experience once you get used to it. The problem becomes more pronounced in the encores, where a presumed switch to a second master tape exacerbated the issue.

On top of that and likely related to the same problem, circulating copies of the recording have major pitch problems which only get worse as the show proceeds. Both Midnight Beat’s First Night In Detroit and Anubis’ Walk Like Heroes have major pitch problems, with the latter dragging terribly for more than half the show. Because the pitch isn’t consistent, it isn’t a simple fix.

Now before you get all excited about this upgrade, the wave-like swishing is still there. As noted, it is almost certainly a problem on the master itself. But thanks to the keen ear and tuning fork of Tapeboy, we have applied pitch adjustments throughout the show that vastly improve the end result and make the show a whole lot better to listen to. The pitch still isn’t perfect but it is much closer to accurate.

On top of that, like all the ‘75 boards in the ER Archive, his copy of the show has less hiss, as well as richer sound and clearer vocals than extant copies. Given the pitch corrections and better underlying recording, we think this is a material upgrade. Samples provided. On top of that, thanks to a recent find by our partner mjk5510, we’ve been able to fill in a missing bit of “Backstreets” with an audience recording of the show that was released as the "DS Archives Volume 7". Sadly, the end of “Rosalita” is missing on both sources.

So why did it take us so long to release Detroit? Because it was on the only two tapes in ER’s collection that used an alternate 4-track configuration on the recording. Instead of the traditional 1:3 and 2:4 (where tracks 1 and 3 are left and right on one side, 2 and 4 are left and right on the other), the reel to reel ER used to copy Sciaky’s tapes could set each track independently. The Detroit tapes were recorded 1:2 and 3:4, and therefore would not playback properly on a two-track machine. Given that JEMS doesn’t have a working 4-track, we had a friend use his lovely Ampex 440B to transfer the tapes.

As for the show itself, it’s a peach but you know that already. Super versions of “It’s Gonna Work Out Fine,” a hometown “Detroit Medley,” the first-ever “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg,” plus “Little Queenie” and “Twist and Shout” because they just wanted to keep playing.

Once again pushing this tape over the finish line is JEMS' production supervisor mjk5510. Thanks to him for final polish, research and patching. Tapeboy deserves major ups for taking the time to break down the pitch problems to manageable pieces and apply serious adjustments.

And of course, massive thanks once again to the ER Archive for opening up the vault doors and sharing this recording with the fans. Feel free to let him know how you feel in the comments.

BK for JEMS




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NEW on Jungleland: 1981-09-08 (Chicago '81-Brucevideos)

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A new torrent has been uploaded to Jungleland.

Torrent: 39332
Title: 1981-09-08 (Chicago '81-Brucevideos)
Size: 4.32 GB
Category: Video 1981 -> 1985
Uploaded by: buckshot

Description
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08 Sep 1981
Chicago '81
Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, IL

(1 disc)
Brucevideos version

01- TWO HEARTS
02- OUT IN THE STREET
03- THE PROMISED LAND
04- THE RIVER
05- THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND
06- BADLANDS
07- THUNDER ROAD
08- HUNGRY HEART
09- YOU CAN LOOK (BUT YOU CAN'T TOUCH)
10- CADILLAC RANCH
11- SHERRY DARLING
12- JOLE BLON
13- JOHNNY BYE BYE
14- POINT BLANK
15- CANDY'S ROOM
16- RAMROD
17- ROSALITA (COME OUT TONIGHT)

18- SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT [29 Nov 1978]
19- SHE'S THE ONE [29 Nov 1978]
20- ROSALITA (COME OUT TONIGHT) [29 Nov 1978]


Authored menu


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NEW on Jungleland: 2007-12 Copenhagen, Denmark (OKM IIr)

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A new torrent has been uploaded to Jungleland.

Torrent: 39331
Title: 2007-12 Copenhagen, Denmark (OKM IIr)
Size: 864.77 MB
Category: Audio 2006 -> 2010
Uploaded by: raggedclown

Description
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BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & THE E STREET BAND
Forum, Kobenhavn, DAN 8. Dec. 2007

Disc 1:
01. Intro
02. Radio Nowhere
03. No Surrender
04. Lonesome Day
05. Gypsy Biker
06. Magic
07. Reason to Believe
08. Darkness on the Edge of Town
09. She's the One
10. Livin' in the Future
11. The Promised Land
12. I'll Work for Your Love
13. The River
14. Tenth Avenue Freeze-out

Disc 2:
01. Devil's Arcade
02. The Rising
03. Last to Die
04. Long Walk Home
05. Badlands
encores:
06. Girls in Their Summer Clothes
07. Kitty's Back
08. Born to Run
09. Dancing in the Dark
10. American Land


Recording Info:
OKM IIr > A3 > SONY D 100 MDAT
MDAT > CD > EAC > Adobe Audition (EQing) > CDwave (tracking)
> FLAC frontend (level 8, verify, with align on sector boundaries)
> Tracker

Downloaded from Dime today.
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NEW on Jungleland: 1999-03-19 - Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ (Dandilion Records)

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A new torrent has been uploaded to Jungleland.

Torrent: 39330
Title: 1999-03-19 - Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ (Dandilion Records)
Size: 1.01 GB
Category: Audio 1996 -> 2000
Uploaded by: earlmv

Description
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Reseed by request.

Enjoy it.
René
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NEW on Jungleland: 1978-12-07 Austin TX

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A new torrent has been uploaded to Jungleland.

Torrent: 39329
Title: 1978-12-07 Austin TX
Size: 747.69 MB
Category: Audio 1976 -> 1980
Uploaded by: buckshot

Description
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December 7th, 1978
Austin, TX
University of Texas

Flac Trade

Upload will include EAC log files, .md5 verification file, flac fingerprint, spectral/frequency analysis, artwork, and PAR2 recovery files.

DISC ONE
01-intro
02-Badlands
03-Streets of Fire
04-Spirit in the Night
05-Darkness on the Edge of Town
06-Independence Day
07-The Promised Land
08-Prove It All Night
09-intro
10-Racing in the Street
11-intro
12-Thunder Road
13-Jungleland
14-intro
15-The Ties That Bind

DISC TWO
01-intro
02-Santa Claus is Coming to Town
03-The Fever
04-Fire
05-Candy's Room
06-Because the Night
07-Point Blank
08-Mona-Preacher's Daughter
09-She's the One
10-Backstreets
11-Rosalita(end cut)
MISSING-Born to Run
MISSING-Detroit Medley
MISSING-Quarter to Three

From Brucebase: Incomplete audience tape - features a new style to Mona with the inclusion of part of another song, The Preachers Daughter for the first time - this is a regular inclusion for the next few shows. Show also includes Saint In The City and The Fever. Setlist pieced together from tape and news article sources. See the news section for the articles and pictures. Many thanks to Wil for the research here.

Notes- I had to rip this for a trade and saw that it has not been uploaded to ABMS. A few drops here and there, a bit distant sounding at first but it gets better. The last three songs are missing and Rosie is cut at the end. About average for this era. Eight days before Winterland.

Enjoy, Ivan.
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NEW on Jungleland: 1978-10-01 Atlanta GA

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A new torrent has been uploaded to Jungleland.

Torrent: 39328
Title: 1978-10-01 Atlanta GA
Size: 309.49 MB
Category: Audio 1976 -> 1980
Uploaded by: buckshot

Description
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A pretty bad recording FYI........


01/10/78 - FOX THEATRE, ATLANTA, GEORGIA

THE LAST TIME / BADLANDS / SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT / DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN / HEARTBREAK HOTEL / FACTORY / THE PROMISED LAND /
PROVE IT ALL NIGHT / IT'S MY LIFE / THUNDER ROAD / MEETING ACROSS THE RIVER / JUNGLELAND / FOR YOU / INCIDENT ON 57TH STREET /
NEW YORK CITY SERENADE / ROSALITA / QUARTER TO THREE

Incomplete audience tape - Premiere of The Last Time, one of only two versions and the last known It's My Life. A fan present recalls "The second night was added after
the re-scheduling and so has the correct date. That's the 2nd show I went to that year and it remains my holy grail of live tapes. The one song I know for sure that's not
listed is Incident segueing into Rosalita, as on the Wild, The Innocent, etc. I also have a recollection of New York City Seenade having been played, but I don't know if I
can trust my memory on that. A tape would tell! Quarter to 3 returned in place of Raise Your Hand. I remember it being a longer show than the Saturday show" Thanks to
Robert for the info. Another fan present confirms that New York City Serenade was in fact played and For You opened the 2nd set - thanks to Chris.


First Set Only.

(01) THE LAST TIME (2:08)
(02) BADLANDS (4:18)
(03) SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT (6:03)
(04) DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN (3:51)
(05) HEARTBREAK HOTEL (2:20)
(06) FACTORY (3:16)
(07) THE PROMISED LAND (4:14)
08) PROVE IT ALL NIGHT (8:10)
9(09) ITS MY LIFE (4:48)
(10) THUNDER ROAD (5:30)
(11) MEETING ACROSS THE RIVER (3:15)
(12) JUNGLELAND (2:10)

Transfer/Trade and Generation Info: Cdr Trade -> Eac (Secure) -> Wav -> Flac (Level 6, Align on SB, Verify)

bosstrade@gmail.com
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NEW on Jungleland: 1992-10-31 Minneapolis, MN, Target Center

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A new torrent has been uploaded to Jungleland.

Torrent: 39327
Title: 1992-10-31 Minneapolis, MN, Target Center
Size: 1.11 GB
Category: Audio 1991 -> 1995
Uploaded by: mbrown02

Description
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Bruce Springsteen
October 31st, 1992
Minneapolis, MN
Target Center

Maxell XLII Cassette Tapes (Normal Bias) -- Teac W-860R Double Cassette deck
-- Xitel USB INPort --> .wav files -- Goldwave 5.5 (editing, volume equalization)
-- CD Wave Editor (track splits) -- Flac 1.1.4 (level 8, align on sector boundaries, verify)
--> .flac files

Upload will include .md5 verification file, flac fingerprint, spectral/frequency analysis.

DISC ONE
01-Spirit in the Night
02-Better Days
03-Local Hero
04-Lucky Town
05-Atlantic City
06-The Big Muddy
07-57 Channels
08-Trapped(end cut-tape flip)
09-Badlands
10-Living Proof
11-If I Should Fall Behind
12-Leap of Faith

DISC TWO
01-Man's Job
02-Roll of the Dice
03-Gloria's Eyes
04-Cover Me
05-Brilliant Disguise
06-Soul Driver
07-Souls of the Departed
08-Born in the USA
09-Real World
10-Light of Day

DISC THREE
01-Human Touch
02-Glory Days
03-Bobby Jean
04-Thunder Road(acoustic)
05-Born to Run
06-My Beautiful Reward

Notes: Another difficult show to find. Thanks to Bickle for the tape cassettes,
although the taper is unknown. Halloween music to start. The end of Trapped is cut,
tape flip. Average sounding show.

Brucebase:Audience tape. “Spirit In The Night” includes Roy
playing Bach’s “Toccata” in the intro.

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