12-29-2016, 04:37 PM
12-29-2016, 05:18 PM
I really can't understand why it's so hard to find, did you even try? If you go here: http://yeeshkul.com/forum/torrents.php and type in Boston Garden you'll see it appear within seconds. And besides, it's even listed right here on the first page under the year 1975. Unbelievable.
Originally Posted by Elias Pies de Plomo
12-29-2016, 08:26 PM
12-29-2016, 08:50 PM
LOL. Now, now...
Originally Posted by Phred68
12-29-2016, 09:05 PM
Right, also called the spoon-fed generation.
12-30-2016, 02:28 PM
As this has just come up might as well add it here before I forget.
1970-05-01 Santa Monica, CA Reel(1) > DAT 2006 transfer, mastered by Flying M in 2014
This sounds better and is more complete than the older, edited transfer from the first gen Reels on the list but there are 4 secs of audio missing at 11:17 during AHM. This cut/skip is not on the other transfer.
01-01-2017, 10:07 PM
Apparently my "millennial" comment has caused offence. Elias De Plomo, thanks for the PM. With a teenager at home who asks where everything is before he looks for himself, I couldn't resist. Apologies for any hurt feelings. Cheers 🍺
01-07-2017, 04:21 PM
I think Flying M's remaster of Pink Floyd - 1975-06-17 - Nassau Coliseum in New York flac24 (re-mastered)
Is worthy of inclusion on the list.
As is Pink Floyd 1972-01-20 Brighton, Recorder 1, careful53 2nd gen-neonknight Jan 2017-[24-96]
01-10-2017, 11:23 PM
Let's get some of the missing recorders from the November 1974 Wembley shows dealt with:
- 1974-11-15 Empire Pool, Wembley, Middlesex, England
- 1974-11-16 Empire Pool, Wembley, Middlesex, England
- 1974-11-17 Empire Pool, Wembley, Middlesex, England (S.B.): Getting Better All the Time and Little Lambs Eat Ivy are apparently the same transfer with different mastering, though LLEI fades out/in at the start of SOYCD for some reason; claimed master is really cass[M] > 1st gen reel plus a possible Hi-Fi generation
- 1974-11-19 Trentham Gardens, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England (1st set only available on LP releases, 2nd set + encore from tape source, believed to be same recorder)
Do we have a source for the Great Dane release of Black Holes in the Sky 1974-11-15? I seem to remember a few people swearing that sounded better than the later HRV release, presumably after a speed correction since it ran very slow.
EDIT: Added 1974-11-17 and 1974-11-19 links as well.
Last edited by goldenband; Today at 10:10 PM.
01-13-2017, 11:53 PM
Originally Posted by goldenband
I can fill in a few details regarding the Wembley shows.
SB recorded all four nights, his recordings are recorder 1 on the 15th and 17th. His original cassette tapes (TDK SD 120) were copied to open reel and the cassettes reused. The 14th he didn’t keep because the sound was not very good. The 15th and 17th were copied to Hi-Fi video from the reel copies and these are the source of most of the recordings in circulation. The reels still exist from both nights as does the cassette containing the 1st and 2nd set from the 17th. The cassette has deteriorated a fair bit especially the higher frequencies. The reel sounds better and is complete.
The 16th recorder 1 was as stated recorded by GH, the master cassette (TDK SD 120) was lent to a friend and was copied to DAT on 15th October 1994. That is the only transfer I am aware of, a DAT clone may have been sent to Jon R but you’d need to ask him about that. This recording has the Harvey Goldsmith introduction. The master cassette still exists but is in the possession of a non collector so the chances of a fresh transfer are remote.
JB Recorder 2 for 15th was recorded on open reel. There are first generation cassette copies in circulation and I understand a transfer to mini disc was made some years ago. I have wanted to make a transfer of his reel for many years but I have not been able to contact him, the last address I had being some 20+ years old.
Nigel Bradder also recorded the 17th but I never managed to get a copy. I bumped into him after the show and he thrust a piece of paper in my hand with his address offering ‘a copy of tonights show for GBP2.50’. When I contacted him he sent the recording from the 16th instead as he had had problems with his recording from the 17th. On subsequent lists he was offering a C90 from that night with the 1st set and encore only. If anyone is in contact with him it may be worth asking if he still has it. His list from October 1977, also had a tape from 15th March 1977, it may have been the source of the KNOBS bootleg?
AFAIK There are other recordings not in circulation from all four nights, including Recorder 3 from the 15th which includes an encore from an unknown 1974 show.