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Bern 26-9-1973 2nd show by mayflower label
Posted by: marko ()
Date: June 2, 2020 18:50

[www.giginjapan.com]

anyone heard this one,or even possible to share here?

Re: Bern 26-9-1973 2nd show by mayflower label
Posted by: Erik_Snow ()
Date: June 2, 2020 18:52

Mayflower has never released anything at all that isn't downloaded from here, DIME, TTD, etc. Just plain copies, really an unecessary label.
Even DAC sometimes get "new" material or rework things for the better. Mayflower; not so.

Re: Bern 26-9-1973 2nd show by mayflower label
Posted by: marko ()
Date: June 2, 2020 18:58

alright then.

Re: Bern 26-9-1973 2nd show by mayflower label
Posted by: HEILOOBAAS ()
Date: June 2, 2020 19:31

On June 19, 2019, I downloaded something I labelled as "Reberne" it says it's from the 26th second show. It's the first six tracks of the set, ending with two minutes and nineteen seconds of Mr. D. If anybody's interested I'll upload it here via wetransfer.

Also:
1973.09.26 Trash-05 Bern 2nd show.rar [www.filefactory.com]
1973.09.26 (2nd show) DAC-129 Swiss Made Vol. 2, Festhalle Bern [www.filefactory.com]

Links are dead.


Swiss Made contains the second show on the 26th. Is this a different source than the one mentioned, Eric?


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Re: Bern 26-9-1973 2nd show by mayflower label
Posted by: Erik_Snow ()
Date: June 2, 2020 19:36

That was watchit's torrent from DIME, from many years ago.
But 1-2 years ago a new source of the entire show appeared on DIME, and here. Both are sounding quite good.

Re: Bern 26-9-1973 2nd show by mayflower label
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: June 2, 2020 21:24

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HEILOOBAAS
On June 19, 2019, I downloaded something I labelled as "Reberne" it says it's from the 26th second show. It's the first six tracks of the set, ending with two minutes and nineteen seconds of Mr. D.

This one I have too ( on CDR ), it should be from a torrent.

Other versions I have and can post:

robertRMB version2

DAC-129 Swiss Made #2

DSP remaster

SWP 500 Lost Berne Show

and a William tell edition on CDR

Cannot find a new torrent on Dime, TDen or EL

Erik, maybe the new source is a bit older than two years?
Is it the William Tell version??

Re: Bern 26-9-1973 2nd show by mayflower label
Posted by: Erik_Snow ()
Date: June 2, 2020 21:29

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Rank Stranger
Erik, maybe the new source is a bit older than two years?
Is it the William Tell version??

Yes, probably 5-6 years, time flies faster the older one get. I think I recall that it's the "William Tell" version. I have it stored on a different computer.
But there are only 2 sources, the incomplete 6 track one, and the DIME share from William Tell



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Re: Bern 26-9-1973 2nd show by mayflower label
Posted by: HEILOOBAAS ()
Date: June 2, 2020 22:09

I've posted the incomplete six song file above. My memory tells me The William Tell file is the correct one. I remember downloading it. But my memory has proven me wrong recently.

Within the next few days I hope to have all my Stones files loaded onto an external hard drive so if my pc's hard drive snuffs it I'm safe from losing everything.


"The Rolling Stones wanted to destroy hotel rooms.
Roxy Music wanted to redecorate them."



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2020-06-02 22:10 by HEILOOBAAS.

Re: Bern 26-9-1973 2nd show by mayflower label
Posted by: ade ()
Date: June 7, 2020 09:04

thanks



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