Traveling Wilburys Vol 1 Outtakes 1988

Traveling Wilburys
Vol 1 Outtakes 1988

At first glance you may think this is another copy of the boot that has been around for years. Well yes sort of, but this is the tape that those boots were taken from. I was told this is 1st generation but to me it sounds more like 2nd. Either way it still sounds better then the boots I have. I’ve taken a screen shot of a frequency analysis of this tape and one of the boots for comparison. The tracks here though are in their original order and have not been tinkered with other then to do an automatic phase correction and level adjustment. Enjoy!

Charlie T. Wilbury Jnr. (Tom Petty)
Lucky Wilbury (Bob Dylan)
Nelson Wilbury (George Harrison)
Lefty Wilbury (Roy Orbison)
Otis Wilbury (Jeff Lynne)

Lineage:Studio Recording> Maxell XLII-90 acquired in trade> NAK BX-125> M-Audio 24/96> Adobe Audition> WAV> Flacfrontend> Flac 6> YOU

01 Last Night
02 Congratulations
03 Dirty World
04 Rattled
05 Heading For The Light (instrumental)
06 End Of The Line
07 Handle With Care

Ripped by Atlasstar 1-2017

Please share freely, do not convert to lossy except for personal use. Please trade with the original files after allowing me sufficient time to post on my favorite sites.

This is part of the Atlasstar Attic Treasures Series. My attic consists of thousands of cassettes collected since the 70’s. I will post them in no particular order as I pull them out of the attic and convert to digital. Some of these artists I know well and collect myself, other I know little about just picked up along the way. I will provide as much info as I can but if anyone can add any insight to the recordings it would be appreciated. If the same recording is circulating in better quality please let me know as I have no intention of polluting the trading pool. A list of all recordings in this series is included with the torrent.

All recordings are kept as original as possible with minimal processing. Unless noted otherwise the only adjustments made are Automatic Phase Correction, Level adjustments and cleaning of any rough or abrupt cuts.



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  1. I heard this before most people, A friend of mine was a good friend of Bob Dylan & he loaned him a cassette of this for a listen. He never let me copy it but got it later on. Cool to have heard it before most people.


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