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Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Keessie ()
Date: May 30, 2020 21:50

Quote
Rank Stranger
The Rolling Stones,
Paris-France, Hippodrome Auteuil,
13 june 1982,
SM aud master

From my uncirculated recording to fill an etwin request (e-glimmer-twin ?), or e gemeau, or finally Igemo...

I did not shared this before because the recording is a bit distant and because i don't like this tour very much (to me they played too fast and they did much better work before).But still some good moments.

Recorded with Sonny TCD5 & a couple of Beyer M201 N mics.
Cassette - Marantz SD 4051 - Zoom H4 - SD card - PC - Audacity (volume, tracks, Flac export) - md5 with TLH.

setlist :

01 Under My Thumb
02 When The Whip Comes Down
03 Let's Spend The Night Together
04 Shattered
05 Neighbours
06 Black Limousine
07 Just My Imagination
08 Twenty Flight Rock
09 Going To A Go Go
10 Chantilly Lace
11 Let Me Go
12 Time Is On My Side
13 Beast Of Burden
14 Let It Bleed
15 You Can't Always Get What You Want
16 Band Intro
17 Little T & A
18 Tumbling Dice
19 She's So Cold
20 Hang Fire
21 Miss You
22 Honky Tonk Women
23 Brown Sugar
24 Start Me Up
25 Jumpin' Jack Flash
26 Satisfaction

On dime by letsgo, may 2020.


Download link
[we.tl]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: May 31, 2020 16:12

Thanks Keessie!
Imho it's almost as good as the VGP boot and it has a more natural sound (less reprocessed). Alas this tape runs too fast.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: marko ()
Date: May 31, 2020 21:13

Can you say how much?

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: May 31, 2020 22:40

I'd venture to say minus 4% with Audacity. It seems to work ok and it brings the music in tune with the old VGP boot. 4% is a primitive attempt so you might fine-tune the correction. I trust you on that Marko.

(I really like that tape, it's not hi-fi but it has a nice live vibe. And the show is good).

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: werther2003 ()
Date: June 10, 2020 16:05

Rolling Stones
1998-01-16 MSG
Aud
CCM41 -> Beyer MV100 -> Sony TCD-D8
Master Dat

(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction,
Let's Spend The Night Together,
Flip The Switch,
Gimme Shelter,
Respectable,
Already Over Me,
Bitch,
Saint Of Me,
Out Of Control,
Miss You,
Band Introduction,
All About You,
You Don't Have To Mean It,
Music as Band Goes to B Stage
Little Queenie,
Let It Bleed,
Like A Rolling Stone,
Sympathy For The Devil,
Tumbling Dice,
Honky Tonk Woman,
Start Me Up,
Jumpin' Jack Flash,
Encore 1: You Can't Always Get What You Want,
Encore 2: Brown Sugar

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: marko ()
Date: June 10, 2020 16:21

A new source? Would you upload it here?

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Mr.D ()
Date: June 10, 2020 23:15

Quote
marko
A new source? Would you upload it here?
This is a different source, not VGP-166! Previously uncirculated, just digitized a couple of days ago.
Link Expires June 17th:[we.tl]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: mariano ()
Date: June 11, 2020 03:48

smileys with beerk

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: britstones ()
Date: June 11, 2020 06:15

Thank you for Paris & MSG

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: marko ()
Date: June 11, 2020 10:06

Quote
Mr.D
Quote
marko
A new source? Would you upload it here?
This is a different source, not VGP-166! Previously uncirculated, just digitized a couple of days ago.
Link Expires June 17th:[we.tl]


I do have DAT recording for January 14th show,i have shared it here before but that was sometime ago.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: June 11, 2020 11:38

Quote
marko

I do have DAT recording for January 14th show,i have shared it here before but that was sometime ago.

Can you re-up it?
Thanks!

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: marko ()
Date: June 11, 2020 13:12

I sure can-

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Quique-stone ()
Date: June 11, 2020 18:07

Quote
Mr.D
Quote
marko
A new source? Would you upload it here?
This is a different source, not VGP-166! Previously uncirculated, just digitized a couple of days ago.
Link Expires June 17th:[we.tl]

Thank you Mr.D! thumbs up

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: June 12, 2020 16:05

Quote
Mr.D

This is a different source, not VGP-166! Previously uncirculated, just digitized a couple of days ago.

And imho it's notably better than the old VGP source which sounds like it was taped under someone's raincoat! grinning smiley

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: andrews27 ()
Date: June 18, 2020 18:26

The Rolling Stones
2015-06-27
Arrowhead Stadium
Independence MO

setup : CA-14 omnis (clipped to hat)>Tascam DR-2D (line in @24/96)
Location : Sec 127, row 19, Seat 13 - right in the middle of the end zone, DFC in front of the repeaters
approx 80 yds from the stage

This is a "no-frills affair".
No compression, EQing, limiting, rolling off, normalizations, leveling or volumizing have been used.
All that has been done here, is fade in/fade out, tracking and FLACing.
Anyone can matrix, sync, burn, trade, swap, upload or download this recording...as long as no one sells it.
Also, please don't convert to mp3. Those things suck.

fades and tracking done in Audacity...FLACs via TLH

*************24/96****************
01. House Music
02. MC Intro/Start Me Up
03. It's Only Rock N Roll
04. Tumbling Dice
05. Doom And Gloom
06. Beast Of Burden
07. Kansas City
08. Bitch
09. Wild Horses
10. Street Fighting Man
11. Honky Tonk Women
12. Band introductions
13. Before They Make Me Run
14. Happy
15. Midnight Rambler
16. Miss You
17. Gimmie Shelter
18. Jumpin' Jack Flash
19. Sympathy For The Devil
20. Brown Sugar
21. e
22. You Can't Always Get What You Want+
23. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

The Rolling Stones :
Sir Mick Jagger : vocals, harmonica, guitar, percussion, ringleader
Keef Riffhard : guitar, vocals, legit
Handsome Charlie Watts : drums, percussion, the rock
Rockin' Ronnie Wood : guitar, steel/slide guitars, ciggies & smiles
WITH:
Darryl Jones : bass guitar/backing vocals
Chuck Leavell : keys/backing vocals/percussion
Lisa Fischer : vocals/percussion
Bernard Fowler : backing vocals/percussion
Karl Denson : saxophone
Matt Clifford : keys/French horn

A stunning performance. Enjoy.
Size 2.28 GB (2,444,996,942 bytes)

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: KevinM ()
Date: July 10, 2020 06:39

Re: Jeff Beck 1967 Radio Sessions. I just saw this & thought it'd be outstanding.


(FLAC)video: [www.youtube.com]

Jeff Beck Group - 1967 & 1968
BBC; London, England

FROM THE ORIGINAL TEXT FILE MOSTLY:


Jeff Beck w. Rod Stewart & R. Wood:
BBC Compilation-March 1967-Sept. 1968


As per request, here is a Beck BBC compilation 1967-1968; this one assembled from my dat tapes. None of these have been released to date. Sound quality rating is included for each broadcast, and is quite nice you'll find. Enjoy!
Low gen tape sources & transcription discs- dat- cd-r- flac


(Thanks to my pal in the Great White North for this. Posted by Mesquite 5/9/06)
X Audio Compression Toolkit 1.57 Flac File Checksum Verification run on 5/9/06 (see text notes in folder with flac fingerprint and verification of each song.)



TRACK INFORMATION:

Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Mickey Waller, Dave Ambrose: March 7, 1967 - 'Saturday Club' London, England BBC Radio off transcription LP (5 min. EX Quality)
Hi Ho Silver Lining, I'm Losing You
(TRACKS 1 & 2)

Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Aynsley Dunbar:
July 4, 1967 - 'Saturday Club' London, England BBC Radio off
transcription LP (7 min. EX Quality) Rock My Plimsoul,
Tallyman (TRACKS 3 & 4)

Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Mickey Waller: Sept. 17, 1968 - 'Top Gear' London, England BBC Radio off transcription LP (6 min. EX Quality)
Rock My Plimsoul, Shapes of Things (TRACKS 5 & 6)

Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Mickey Waller,
Dave Ambrose: March 7, 1967 - 'Saturday Club' London, England
BBC Radio broadcast (15 min.) (Broadcast: 03/18/67)
I Ain't Superstitious*, Beck interview, Hi Ho Silver Lining,
I'm Losing You, Let Me Love You, Stone Cold Crazy.
All EX quality except*,which is VG/EX quality. (TRACKS 7-12)

Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Aynsley Dunbar: July 4, 1967 - 'Saturday Club' London, England BBC Radio broadcast (11 min. EX Quality)(Broadcast 07/08/67)(This is the broadcast version, not transcription LP.)
Rock My Plimsoul, Tallyman (TRACKS 13-14)

Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Mickey Waller: Nov. 1, 1967 - 'Top Gear' London, England BBC Radio broadcast (16 min. EX- Quality)(Broadcast 11/05/67)
I Ain't Superstitious (w. cuts), Beck's Bolero,
You'll Never Get To Heaven, You Shook Me,
Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
(TRACKS 15-19)

Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Mickey Waller: Sept. 17, 1968 - 'Top Gear' London, England BBC Radio broadcast (19 min. EX Quality))(Broadcast 09/29/68 & repeated 11/03/68)
You Shook Me, Rock My Plimsoul, Shapes of Things,
Mother's Old Rice Pudding, Sweet Little Angel
(TRACKS 20-24)



Edited 6 time(s). Last edit at 2020-07-10 08:20 by KevinM.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: July 10, 2020 12:42

I got this from Dime some time ago; it may be the best compilation of the Jeff Beck Group stuff from BBC:

"Jeff Beck Group
"BECK'S BEEB-LERO"
BBC Sessions, March 7, 1967 - September 17, 1968
- CAREFULLY COMPLETED COMPREHENSIVE COLLECTION -

A) Sources: various b'casts

Show: Saturday Club, rec. date: March 7, 1967, first air date: March 18, 1967 - 15 min. EX quality except #1, which is VG++/EX- quality.
Line-up: Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Mickey Waller, Dave Ambrose
1. I Ain't Superstitious (now pitch corrected by -7%)
2. Jeff Beck interview
3. Hi Ho Silver Lining
4. I Know I'm Losing You
5. Let Me Love You
6. Stone Cold Crazy

Show: Monday, Monday, air date: May 15, 1967, Playhouse Theatre, London - 3 min. VG- quality (Let Me Love You and Hi Ho Silver Lining were also played but not taped).
Line-up: Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Aynsley Dunbar.
7. Rock My Plimsoul

Show: Saturday Club, rec. date: July 4, 1967, first air date: July 8, 1967 - 11 min. EX quality.
Line-up: Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Aynsley Dunbar.
8. Rock My Plimsoul (longer than 17/9/1968 version)
9. This Morning
10. Tallyman

Show: Top Gear, rec. date: Nov. 1, 1967, first air date: Nov. 5, 1967 - 16 min. EX- quality.**
Line-up: Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Mickey Waller.
11. I Ain't Superstitious
12. Beck's Bolero
13. You'll Never get to Heaven
14. You Shook Me
15. Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever

Show: Top Gear, rec. date: Sept. 17, 1968, 1st air date Sept. 29, 1968 (except #17, first air date Nov. 3, 1968 acc. to "Jeff's Book") - 19 min. EX quality.
Line-up: Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Mickey Waller.
16. You Shook Me
17. Rock My Plimsoul (shorter than 4/7/1967 version)
18. Shapes of Things
19. Rice Pudding
20. Sweet Little Angel

cool smiley Sources: BBC's Transcription Disc LPs:

Show: Saturday Club, rec. date: March 7, 1967 - 5 min. EX quality.
21. Hi Ho Silver Lining
22. I Know I'm Losing You

Show: Saturday Club, rec. date: July 4, 1967 - 7 min. EX quality.
23. Rock My Plimsoul (longer than 17/9/1968 version)
24. Tallyman

Show: Top Gear, rec. date: Sept. 17, 1968 - 6 min. EX quality
25. Rock My Plimsoul (shorter than 4/7/1967 version)
26. Shapes of Things (c. 1 min. of Jeff solo edited out - Grrrrr!)

**Seems no tracks from this Nov. 1, 1967 Top Gear show ever made it to a Transcription Disc."

FLAC for one week:

[ydray.com]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Broesel2404 ()
Date: July 10, 2020 15:20

Thank you for the Link here
smileys with beer

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: StoneZP ()
Date: July 10, 2020 21:36

Thank you for the links and complete info, KevinM and Rank Stranger.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: July 18, 2020 10:46

"RE UP of a dat master...crank them up!!!

THE ROLLING STONES
2005-08-26
RETSCHLER FIELD
EAST HARTFORD,CT.

LINEAGE:ECM717/D8/CD/CYPERLINK RIP/
TLH(FLAC8)

LOCATION: HALF WAY BACK UPPER SECTION 10 ROWS UP

SET:

Start Me Up
You Got Me Rocking
She's So Cold
Tumbling Dice
Rough Justice
Ruby Tuesday
Beast of Burden
All Down the Line
Get Up, Stand Up
Infamy
The Worst
Miss You
Oh No, Not You Again
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Honky Tonk Women
Out of Control
Sympathy for the Devil
Jumpin' Jack Flash
Brown Sugar
You Can't Always Get What You Want
It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)

Size 678.61 MB (711,575,493 bytes)
Added Fri 17th Jul, 2020 21:51 GMT

Snatched 62 time(s)
Upped by firemt66"

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: July 19, 2020 00:11

"Rolling Stones
Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles, CA
October 22, 1989
Mike Millard Master Tapes via JEMS
The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Volume 40
1644 Edition

Contrast Clause: 2496 Edition here:
[www.dimeadozen.org]

Recording Gear: AKG 451E Microphones (CK-1 cardioid capsules) > Nakamichi 550 Cassette Recorder

Transfer: Mike Millard Master Cassettes > Nakamichi DR-1 (azimuth adjusted) > Focusrite Scarlett 6i6 > Sound Forge Audio Studio 13.0 capture to 24/96 .wav > iZotope RX6 > iZotope Ozone 8 > MBIT+ resample to 1644 > Audacity > TLH > FLAC

01 Introduction
02 Start Me Up
03 Bitch
04 Sad Sad Sad
05 Undercover Of The Night
06 Harlem Shuffle
07 Tumbling Dice
08 Miss You
09 Ruby Tuesday
10 Angie
11 Rock And A Hard Place
12 Mixed Emotions
13 Honky Tonk Women
14 Midnight Rambler
15 You Can’t Always Get What You Want
16 Little Red Rooster
17 Before They Make Me Run (Keith Richards lead vocal)
18 Happy (Keith Richards lead vocal)
19 Paint It Black
20 2000 Light Years From Home
21 Sympathy For The Devil
22 Gimme Shelter
23 It’s Only Rock ’N’ Roll
24 Brown Sugar
25 (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
26 Jumpin’ Jack Flash

Known Faults:
-None

Introduction to the Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Series

Welcome to JEMS’ Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone series presenting recordings made by legendary taper Mike Millard, AKA Mike the MICrophone, best known for his masters of Led Zeppelin done in and around Los Angeles circa 1975-77. For the complete details on how tapes in this series came to be lost and found again, as well as JEMS' long history with Mike Millard, please refer to the notes in Vol. One: [www.dimeadozen.org].

Until 2020, the Lost and Found series presented fresh transfers of previously unavailable first-generation copies made by Mike himself for friends like Stan Gutoski of JEMS, Jim R, Bill C. and Barry G. These sources were upgrades to circulating copies and in most instances marked the only time verified first generation Millard sources had been directly digitized in the torrent era.

That all changed with the discovery of many of Mike Millard’s original master tapes.

Yes, you read that correctly, Mike Millard’s master cassettes, long rumored to be destroyed or lost, have been found. Not all of them but many, and with them a much more complete picture has emerged of what Millard recorded between his first show in late 1973 and his last in early 1992.

The reason the rediscovery of his master tapes is such a revelation is that we’ve been told for decades they were gone. Internet myths suggest Millard destroyed his master tapes before taking his own life, an imprudent detail likely concocted based on the assumption that because his master tapes never surfaced and Mike’s mental state was troubled he would do something rash WITH HIS LIFE’S WORK. There’s also a version of the story where Mike’s family dumps the tapes after he dies. Why would they do that?

The truth is Mike’s masters remained in his bedroom for many years after his death in 1994. We know at least a few of Millard’s friends and acquaintances contacted his mother Lia inquiring about the tapes at the time to no avail. But in the early 2000s, longtime Millard friend Rob S was the one she knew and trusted enough to preserve Mike’s work.

The full back story on how Mike’s master tapes were saved can be found in the notes for Vol. 18 Pink Floyd, which was the first release in our series transferred from Millard’s original master tapes:

[www.dimeadozen.org]
[www.dimeadozen.org]

Rolling Stones, Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA, October 22, 1989

The Millard archive yields another gem, which is Mike the Mike’s recording the Rolling Stones playiing their fourth and final night at the colossal Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, site of two Olympic Games. This was the biggest stand of shows the band ever played in Los Angeles, with more than 360,000 people attending over the four performances (for a combined gross of $9+ million). Yes, Steel Wheels was the Stones’ first U.S. tour since 1981, so demand was high. But attendance at the Coliseum was undoubtedly bolstered by having Guns ’N Roses and Living Colour as opening acts. GNR was on top of the world at that moment. Mike did record their sets as well, but unfortunately they can’t be shared on DIME.

1989-90 would also prove to the band’s final tour with original member Bill Wyman on bass, which could lead one to call Steel Wheels (and Urban Jungle, the later ex-US leg) the last tour of the band’s middle era. I however see Steel Wheels as the first tour of the modern era, driven primarily by the addition of Chuck Leavell on keyboards, who has sat on that piano bench ever since. Sure, the band toured with Billy Preston on keys and Ians Stewart and McLagan along the way. But Leavell’s arrival had two major impacts. One, it opened up the band’s catalog, as with his keyboards and synthesizers, heretofore “unplayable” songs requiring strings or other studio-centric sounds could be recreated which explains the inclusion of tracks like “Ruby Tuesday” and “2000 Light Years From Home.”

Leavell’s second impact is debatable and I’m sure my contentious take puts me in the minority, but…his keyboard arrangements can be a little on the cheesy side. Over time, his place in the mix of what the live Stones sound like, how much of the melody he is carrying vs. the rest of the band, has only increased, to the point where I once jokingly referred to a Bridges to Babylon recording as “Chuck Leavell featuring members of the Rolling Stones.”

That being said I find myself slightly more forgiving as I listen to Millard’s fine capture more than 30 years later. Hearing “Ruby Tuesday” and “2000 Light Years From Home” in any form is a treat. I think “Mixed Emotions” is the best single of the contemporary Stones era and it is played well here, as are relatively uncommon songs like “Sad, Sad, Sad,” “Undercover Of The Night,” “Harlem Shuffle,” and “Rock And A Hard Place.” Of the classics, “Paint It Black” is cool, Jagger puts a lot of feeling into “Miss You” and “Midnight Rambler,” and the Uptown Horns add some nice accents to songs like “Happy.”

Given its enormous size and shape, the Memorial Coliseum is a challenging venue for taping as so few seats are close to the PA. Even with Millard sitting in the main section on the floor, seven rows back, the recording has a little distance to it but is otherwise clear, full and steady. Samples provided.

###

JEMS is proud to partner with Rob, Jim R and Barry G to release Millard's historic recordings and to help set the record straight about the man himself. There are a few recordings out there that have long been attributed to Mike that he didn’t actually record based on his own master tape list. One of those is Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Oakland Stadium, July 13, 1974. Perhaps it is simply the quality of the recording that led someone to assume “it had to be Millard,” but the show predates the AKG + Nak era and to the best of our knowledge and research, Mike did not attend or record.

Another is the Stones Candlestick Park, San Francisco, October 17, 1981. The fact that Millard taped multiple Stones shows in ’75 and ’89, but none in ’78 or ’81 is peculiar, though for both tours, the LA market only got stadium shows which was likely a factor. As I have written before, if Millard couldn’t record a show in the manner and location he wanted to, he was more inclined to skip a show than tape from an inferior location. The San Francisco recording isn’t on Millard’s master list either, but there is evidence to support the show was recorded by a friend of Millard’s using his gear, but not Mike himself. We do know Millard would allow close friends to use his rig on occasion and we hope to have more definitive answers on this subject in the near future.

We can’t thank Rob enough for reconnecting with Jim and putting his trust in our Millard reissue campaign. He kept these precious tapes under wraps for two decades, but once Rob learned of our methods and stewardship, he agreed to contribute the Millard DATs and cassettes to the program. Our releases would not be nearly as compelling without Jim’s memories and photos. As many of you have noted, the stories offer an entertaining complement to Mike’s incredible audio documents, though Jim didn’t attend this show.

I can’t say enough about mjk5510, our critical collaborator for nearly all JEMS releases. Without his steady support, our Saturday release schedule simply would not happen.

Finally, cheers to the late, great Mike the MICrophone. His work never ceases to impress. May he rest in peace.

BK for JEMS


Size 904.30 MB (948,231,016 bytes)
Added Sat 18th Jul, 2020 20:58 GMT

Upped by mjk5510"

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: mariano ()
Date: July 19, 2020 02:59

Could you please post it up on wt

EAST HARTFORD,CT.'05 & Memorial Coliseum'89

Thank you in Advance



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2020-07-19 15:36 by mariano.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: marko ()
Date: July 19, 2020 08:21

YES please,and with artwork if someone have time to make one.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: britstones ()
Date: July 19, 2020 18:59

Here is the link for the LA 89 Millard recording
[we.tl]

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: mariano ()
Date: July 19, 2020 19:31

hot smiley



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2020-07-19 19:46 by mariano.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Quique-stone ()
Date: July 19, 2020 19:39

Quote
britstones
Here is the link for the LA 89 Millard recording
[we.tl]

Thank you britstones! smileys with beer

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: July 19, 2020 19:45

Thanks!
This fine aud tape (the best of the tour?) exacerbate all the flaws in the original performance! grinning smiley

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: daspyknows ()
Date: July 22, 2020 01:20

I sure hope those who insist on remastering everything leave the JEMS release from LA alone. Sounds very fine just the way it is.

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: dennycranium ()
Date: July 22, 2020 04:16

Quote
britstones
Here is the link for the LA 89 Millard recording
[we.tl]

many thanks

Re: THE OFFICIAL "IT'S ON DIME" THREAD
Posted by: Peterdv ()
Date: July 22, 2020 08:25

Quote
britstones
Here is the link for the LA 89 Millard recording
[we.tl]

thanks a lot !!

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