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This is a group for classic rock fans to discuss and help a very common passion of theirs - trading great live classic rock music! List your best bootlegs below and get trading...

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King Crimson ROIO

Started by Dan s Comics Jun 4, 2018. 0 Replies

Any King Crimson fans interested in trades? If so, please contact me! Best, DanContinue

After much popular demand... announcing the new bootleg group!

Started by Rich Page. Last reply by Zeppy Apr 21, 2011. 1 Reply

Great news - I have had many recent requests to start a group on here dedicated to those classic rock fans who love to trade bootleg classic rock live music! I know many of you have great bootlegs…Continue

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Comment by DANIEL GOUDREAULT on May 20, 2012 at 3:10pm

Check The Trader's Den - been a member for years and they have loads of stuff on BT.


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Comment by Jimmy Rios on September 26, 2011 at 9:39am
I'm looking to add somemore '75 to '78 shows of Bruce Springsteen. I have four shows right now: The Main Point Byn Mawr,Pa. 2/5/1975, The Palladium New York,NY. 9/17/1978, The Fox Theater Atlanta,Ga. 9/30/1978, and The Hollywood Center Studios Los Angeles,Ca. 6/5/1992

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Comment by Jimmy Rios on September 25, 2011 at 2:23pm
Hi, I'm Jimmy Rios and I love collecting BOOTLEGS,I've been collecting for years. My favorite bands are LED ZEPPELIN,SANTANA,PINK FLOYD,BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN,and THE GRATEFUL DEAD just to name a few.
Comment by uduwudu on May 10, 2011 at 2:30am

Plenty of great Led Zep boots out there (Check Bootledz, Underground Uprising and for informative reads.


You can get a pretty good collection of Zeppelin with the soundboards. Recommend most of the now available 1975 sets. Interestingly these can be superbly produced (think official quality) unlike still excellent but clearly unofficial 1977 tour releases. The latest baords I know of are the last concert in Japan (far from perfect quality but still great to have) and a full Madison Square Garden 77 show. Of course that Paris 1969 FM is terrific (Moby Dick unsurprisingly was edited out of the concert broadcast.) But that and Montreux 1970 might be the last of the radio shows.


Btw there are two versions of the paris FM - one with announcers and a pre-FM one without.

Comment by Brian on May 9, 2011 at 6:22pm i have found a lot of awsome bootlegs here
Comment by Eddiye on May 9, 2011 at 4:58pm

I've focused on two artists - Zep and Elton.  CDs and DVDs.


I have a boot or two from every Zep tour, including the legendary stuff from LA in '77, Seattle in '75, Fillmore West '69, San Francisco '73.  Fantastic to hear how they evolved over the years.  I also have the show I saw (Maryland, 5/28/77).  And some Page/Plant from each tour, Jimmy solo in '88, Page/Coverdale, Page/Crowes, and the O2 show with Jason.


For Elton, I've done the same mainly for his '70s classic period and his '90s "comeback period."  Not much from the '80s.  His classic band in particular was waaaaaay underrated - they could really kick ass.  The newer band is a bit generic at times, but very very tight.  But the real gems are the shows of solo piano and voice - Edinburgh '76, London '77 and Russia '79 in particular are STUNNING and each with a different feel, though some latter ones are great also.  His songwriting comes out even more this way, it showcases one of the GREATEST VOICES EVER EVER, and he... plays more!!  It's easy to forget he's a virtuoso when he wants to be because he is all about the song.  The Elton/Billy stuff is very cool also.

Comment by Freewheelin' on September 27, 2009 at 10:07am
A quick comment for now.
Have a boxed set of F.Zappa called The Mystery Box. 10 lp's

Not really boot but live concerts of the Dead plus many other good groups go to
Comment by Incognito on August 11, 2009 at 9:05am
Guess Who,Bachman Cummings and Saga(Canadian) Bootlegsto trade for More of the same..
Comment by DALE ROBERT SWIFT on July 18, 2009 at 8:22am
bootlegs that is
Comment by DALE ROBERT SWIFT on July 18, 2009 at 8:22am
anyone have any cheap trick live on Cd -or Boomtown Rats?

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