is subdivided into several sections. On the audio front, I can trade in a tape,
MD and CDR.
(a) Aerosmith concert recordings
These is in chronological order detailing date, venue, length of concert, quality and the tracks played. The latter is done via abbreviations with generally a letter representing the beginning of each word, eg DLLAL = Dude (Looks Like a Lady). The only exception to this rule is one word titles which maybe made up of first and last letter, eg PK = Pink.
(b) Aerosmith bootleg titles
is a list of bootleg recordings which have an official title such
as "Boston Stranglers", "A Bunch of Rareties"
etc. Some of these don't fit into the concert section as either
the source is unknown or they are a compilation of bits and
pieces. For more information on the contents of these, please
bootleg FAQ on the web:
(c) Joe Perry Project and Whitford/St. Holmes titles
is in chronological order detailing date, venue, length of
concert, quality and the tracks played. The latter is done
abbreviations with generally a letter representing the beginning
of each word, eg TMIR = The Mist Is Rising.
This list currently just details concert recording by Aerosmith and Joe Perry Project. It also details the format it is in, ie PAL (European) or NTSC (American). I am able to copy any format and convert it to the appropriate format (NTSC, PAL, SECAM).
I can provide tape format transfer service (for a reasonable fee) for anyone wanting to convert their tapes so they can copy them (eg most European videos have NTSC playback but it is not possible to copy them unless they are converted to PAL format) or people trading with others so they are viewable (eg Europeans with Americans/Japanese who use the NTSC format).
later date I will add TV broadcast recordings of interviews, band
specials and band performances.