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Posted: Jan 30, 2004 - 8:30pm


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Posted: Jan 26, 2004 - 9:09am

Lot's of good one's here I see. One live album that I think is brilliant is:

Supertramp - Paris
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Posted: Jan 26, 2004 - 6:00am

Hairfarmer wrote:
James Brown - Live At The Apollo, 1962


Great call on that one!
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 9:50pm

James Brown - Live At The Appollo, 1962
Joni Mitchell - Shadows & Light
Yes - YesShows
Bob Seeger & The Silver Bullet Band - Live Bullet
Grateful Dead - One From The Vault
FreeWorld - Live From Memphis
The Neville Brothers - Live On Planet Earth
Kiss - Alive!
Pat Metheny Group - The Road To You
Deep Purple - Made In Japan
Frank Zappa - You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol II (The Helsinki Concert)
Soft Machine - The Peel Sessions
The Orb - Live '93
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:49pm

dmax wrote:

Ask him which college he went to!
:-k


8O
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:47pm

Platypus wrote:
some scumbag in college stole it from me.


Ask him which college he went to!
:-k
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:46pm

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Cover: Front: Very closely resembles the Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab's Original Master Recordings series of CD's with gold horizonal stripes running across the cover against a black...


wow. a simple "yes" would've sufficed.

just kidding. yeah - that's the one i had. some scumbag in college stole it from me.
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:42pm

One I forgot: Procol Harum - Live with the Edmundton Symphony Orchestra
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:35pm

Platypus wrote:


i think i used to have that one on tape a long while back - has "Embryo?" on it, right?



Pink Floyd:Interstellar Encore
http://www.pf-roio.de/roio/roio-cd/interstellar_encore.cd.html
Format: 2CD
Catalog: OMS 002/3 Pigs on the Wing
Misc.: Stereo Soundboard Recording
Produced: 1999 - Pigs On The Wing
Date: 700429

Cover: Front: Very closely resembles the Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab's Original Master Recordings series of CD's with gold horizonal stripes running across the cover against a black background. Large gold stripe at the top reading "ORIGINAL MASTER SERIES" in the same font used by MFSL. In the center is a color drawing of a jow in the middle of a white road eating off the ground. In a light green colored sky are purple clouds, with "Pink Floyd" written at the top in white with INTERSTELLAR ENCORE" below it in black caps about half the size of the PF. Above the picture is a small blue stripe, again reading "ORIGINAL MASTER SERIES." The back is black with the track listings on the right, along side of a yellow poster for the concert on the left.

Sources: 29 Apr 1970, Fillmore West, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
Hires-coverscans: <no info>
MP3-Soundsample: <no info>
Tracks:
Disc: 1
1. Grantchester Meadows 7:00
2. Astronomy Domine 10:19
3. Cymbaline 11:27
4. Atom Heart Mother 20:21
5. Embryo 11:23
Total Time: 60:30
Disc: 2
1. Green is the Colour 4:35
2. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 11:27
3. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun 12:47
4. A Saucerful of Secrets (1st Encore) 22:43
5. Interstellar Overdrive (2nd Encore) 15:36
Total Time: 67:08
Band:
Roger Waters
David Gilmour
Nick Mason
Rick Wright
Quality: Ex+ -JAY-C
EX -CZY DMND
Comments: Finally the full set of encores of this concert are available on CD! Previously to my knowledge only ASoS was available, albeit in a truncated form. This 2 CD set has the full concert including the 2nd Encore with a fantastic version of IO. The SQ is fantastic, definitely soundboard as Dave and Rog sound crisp and clear as if right in front of the mics.

A slight hiss can be heard in the right channel on the first disc, but the second disc is flawless. No hiss at all can be heard during the quiet parts. It could have been recorded last week in a studio it sounds that good! That being said, there are some very, very brief "bumps" in the music at various parts, but it's obviously due to the condition of the master, but definitely nothing at all to complain about.

Other comments on the concert itself can be found on the Live at Winterland page. They all apply, as (duh!) it's the same show.
As far as the discs themselves:
All inserts are on thick glossy card stock.
The labels on the discs are directly screened on them.

The playing surfaces on the discs are gold (the disc tops say "24K Gold"), but the color resembles the old formulation on Kodak CD-R's rather than the color on legitimate Mobile Fidelity releases (the style of which this RoIO tries to emulate). However, whether or not the CD's might actually be CD-R's is pure conjecture on my part. There doesn't seem to be any indication on the CD's (no matrix numbers in the burst cut area) that they are CD-R's. -JAY-C

It's an almost perfect quality soundboard of the april 29, 1970 fillmore west evening show. I bought it thinking it would be the KQED tv broadcast but was pleasantly shocked when it turned out to be this. As far as I know this tape has not been in collecting circles before. Needless to say this recording is a must have for all fans. -JAMIE

On the back, it says "So you thought you had heard this show before? Never Like this! For the first time we bring you a complete stereo soundboard recording of this show that has often been confused with their appearance at the KQED studios earlier in the day. (See Insert). Unfortunately, as I got this on CD-R, the insert didn't have any information as to the nature of this. However, it appears to fit the exact description of the "Breast Milky" ROIO, but it has Interstellar Overdrive in place of the June '69 material.

Before Interstellar, Roger says "If any of you have been listening to us since we were all teenagers, this is a track off our first album that we've been doing ever since we started and it's called Interstellar Overdrive."

I think the sound quality may be better than on "Breat Milky" (but I haven't heard that one, so I don't really know) because the sound quality is quite good. Maybe I just have lower standards. -STR

Back cover promises "stereo soundboard recording", and it appears to be just that. Audience is exceptionally quiet (one of Waters' deeply romanticized nights of "magical connection" no doubt. At the end, when Waters tells the audience "how nice it's been to play here", he sounds sincere.

Supposedly recorded the same day as the KQED TV show. Band sounds relaxed, in top form, playing their well honed (if somewhat somnambulent) "Atom Heart" tour show. Vastly superior quality to the "Pepperland" audience tapes around, but missing the druggy ambience. A great, consistent, complete performance in a very professional "Original Master Series" package. FIND IT AND BUY IT!!! -CZY DMND
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:31pm

drH wrote:
Showing my age here, but:

1. Allman Brothers Band - At Fillmore East
2. Humble Pie - Rockin' the Fillmore
3. Jackson Browne - Running on Empty
4. Robyn Hitchcock - Gotta Let This Hen Out
5. Yes - Yessongs

Woohoo!
Didn't think that was in anyone else's collection.




and Crack the Sky - Live Sky
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:24pm

LEFTY6 wrote:
PINK FLOYD - ROIO's
records of illegitimate/indeterminate origin
EARLY
1970-04-29 Insteller Encore


i think i used to have that one on tape a long while back - has "Embryo?" on it, right?
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:23pm

Dick's Picks #10—Grateful Dead—Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA—12/29-30, 1977

Grateful Dead—Reckoning
Grateful Dead—Dead Set
Grateful Dead—Live at Fillmore East (2/11/69)
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:22pm

Animals Tour
1977-05-09 In the Flesh - oakland, CA

Featured the best show of the Animals Tour

1977-07-06 Azimuth Coordinator part2 - Montreal, CAN

Featured Roger Waters spitting on a fan(the birth of the Wall) and David Gilmour walking through the crowd during the last encore to the sound booth.
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:19pm

PINK FLOYD - ROIO's
records of illegitimate/indeterminate origin

Wish You Were Here Tour(Again they toured before they released the album)
1975-04-26 Cruel But Fair - Los Angeles, CA

featured Roger Waters telling off the security guards

1975-06-18 Echoes in the Garden-Boston, MA

featured an excellent preview of the Animals album
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:14pm

PINK FLOYD - ROIO's
records of illegitimate/indeterminate origin

Eclipse Tour(Dark side of the Moon before the album was released)
1972-09-22 Bowl de Luna - Hollywood, CA

Good all around show-different than much of the album.
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:10pm

PINK FLOYD - ROIO's
records of illegitimate/indeterminate origin
EARLY

1970-11-21 Montreaux Casino

Featured many blues songs

Atom Heart Mother Tour
1971-06-05 "Vierundzwander Tiele von Nichts" - Berlin

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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 6:05pm

PINK FLOYD - ROIO's
records of illegitimate/indeterminate origin
EARLY
1970-04-29 Insteller Encore

Featured an excellent "Carefull With That Axe Eugene" unfortunately BillG didn't accept my upload for Halloween
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 4:49pm

hmmm... just off the top of my head:

Rush - Exit... Stage Left
Deep Purple - Made In Japan
Ravi Shankar - In San Francisco
moe. - L
Lake Trout - Alone at Last (live w/ DJ Who)

and, of course Zeppelin - Song Remains the Same
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 4:34pm

Zappa White Album: Live at the Fillmore
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Posted: Jan 25, 2004 - 4:17pm

n4ku wrote:




allan, yours is definitely high on my list. so is this one: Live Bootleg - Aerosmith 1978. :nodhead:

(tried to get the image here, wouldn't work for me)
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