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    Default About lasts vinyl rips added

    To be clear :

    • Waters Gate
    • Pictures of Pink Floyd
    • World Tour
    • Fifty Up 1970-2020
    • Big Pink
    • Dittolino Discs


    can be considered sources.
    They aren't in Liberated subforum for this reason.
    Fifty UP was seeded because the vinyl maker said that used new sources, so was shared for check if it's real.
    I don't see all this flexibility.

    Pink Floyd Audio and Video
    Roger Waters Audio and Video
    David Gilmour Audio and Video
    Syd Barrett Audio and Video
    Nick Mason Audio and Video
    Richard Wright Audio and Video

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    thank you for making it clear.

    anyways... I would add that, since we are talking of analog media, we can make 100 transfers from the same vinyl LP and they would all have some differences while none of them can really be a true "clone" of the vinyl itself.
    If we also add that different vinyl transfers might have been made with different turntable/cartridge/preamp/soundcard then there are even more differences to keep into consideration.

    while, i.e., downloading a (digital) torrent from here, putting on CD and then rip it again will still be a duplicated of what was just here in the first moment or, worse, with some "errors" added during the whole CD production and also the CD rip process.

    but, in general, analog media (vinyl, tape) and "clones" aren't words which can stay into the same sentence.


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    Yes, I assumed the point was to quarantine boots from current labels that are cloning Y! content.

    Assuming the question was asked in good faith in those other threads, this might be helpful in understanding what material we can only get from boots, with no tape sources around (or in 2-3 cases, only inferior tape sources):

    What recorders (or best sources) are exclusive to commercial boots?

    It's somewhat out of date, but for the moment here's a simplified, half-updated version of the list:

    1970-03-12 Hamburg
    1970-04-29 Fillmore West (non-Randy Reels recorders)
    1970-10-23 Santa Monica (LP-only recorder)
    1970-11-22 Montreux (Smoking Blues tracks)
    1970-11-28 Saarbrücken
    1971-01-17 Roundhouse
    1971-02-25 Hamburg (M-502 is needed for all but the last 2 tracks; master tape confirmed destroyed)
    1971-02-26 Offenbach (LP-only recorder)
    1971-04-03 Rotterdam (LP-only recorder)
    1971-06-26 Amsterdam (LP-only recorder)
    1971-08-06 Hakone (boot CD only)
    1971-08-07 Hakone (multiple recorders are on boot LP or CD only)
    1971-08-09 Osaka (Rec. 2)
    1971-09-18 Montreux (FM broadcast source)
    1971-11-10 Quebec City (boot CDs appear to be master clones)
    1972-02-20 Rainbow Theatre (Best of Tour 72 LP)
    1972-03-07 Tokyo (Recs. 3 & 4, best copies of Rec. 1)
    1972-03-08 Osaka - Recs. 3 & 5
    1972-03-09 Osaka - Recs. 2 & 3 (both ASOS only)
    1972-03-13 Sapporo - Rec. 3
    1972-04-27 Detroit (War in the Head + Pandora's Box)
    1972-05-21 Germersheim (LP-only recorder)
    1972-09-22 Hollywood Bowl (LP-only recorder)
    1972-09-23 Winterland (boot CD only)
    1973-11-04 Rainbow Theatre (late show) (Obscured at the Rainbow is still best)
    1974-11-19 Trentham Gardens (Set 1 is on LP only)
    1975-04-21 San Diego (band-sanctioned recording on boot CD and LP)
    1975-04-xx? (unknown Echoes on California Soundboard LP, possibly Denver or Tucson)
    1977-01-23 Dortmund (LP-only recorder)
    1977-01-27 Frankfurt (LP-only recorder)

    There might be more, and certainly post-1977 there are, but I'm not tracking 1987 and later tours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenband View Post
    Yes, I assumed the point was to quarantine boots from current labels that are cloning Y! content.

    Assuming the question was asked in good faith in those other threads, this might be helpful in understanding what material we can only get from boots, with no tape sources around (or in 2-3 cases, only inferior tape sources):

    What recorders (or best sources) are exclusive to commercial boots?

    It's somewhat out of date, but for the moment here's a simplified, half-updated version of the list:

    1970-03-12 Hamburg
    1970-04-29 Fillmore West (non-Randy Reels recorders)
    1970-10-23 Santa Monica (LP-only recorder)
    1970-11-22 Montreux (Smoking Blues tracks)
    1970-11-28 Saarbrücken
    1971-01-17 Roundhouse
    1971-02-25 Hamburg (M-502 is needed for all but the last 2 tracks; master tape confirmed destroyed)
    1971-02-26 Offenbach (LP-only recorder)
    1971-04-03 Rotterdam (LP-only recorder)
    1971-06-26 Amsterdam (LP-only recorder)
    1971-08-06 Hakone (boot CD only)
    1971-08-07 Hakone (multiple recorders are on boot LP or CD only)
    1971-08-09 Osaka (Rec. 2)
    1971-09-18 Montreux (FM broadcast source)
    1971-11-10 Quebec City (boot CDs appear to be master clones)
    1972-02-20 Rainbow Theatre (Best of Tour 72 LP)
    1972-03-07 Tokyo (Recs. 3 & 4, best copies of Rec. 1)
    1972-03-08 Osaka - Recs. 3 & 5
    1972-03-09 Osaka - Recs. 2 & 3 (both ASOS only)
    1972-03-13 Sapporo - Rec. 3
    1972-04-27 Detroit (War in the Head + Pandora's Box)
    1972-05-21 Germersheim (LP-only recorder)
    1972-09-22 Hollywood Bowl (LP-only recorder)
    1972-09-23 Winterland (boot CD only)
    1972-11-15 Böblingen (LP-only recorder)
    1973-11-04 Rainbow Theatre (late show) (Obscured at the Rainbow is still best)
    1974-11-19 Trentham Gardens (Set 1 is on LP only)
    1975-04-21 San Diego (band-sanctioned recording on boot CD and LP)
    1975-04-xx? (unknown Echoes on California Soundboard LP, possibly Denver or Tucson)
    1977-01-23 Dortmund (LP-only recorder)
    1977-01-27 Frankfurt (LP-only recorder)

    There might be more, and certainly post-1977 there are, but I'm not tracking 1987 and later tours.
    1977-03-15 Empire Pool Wembley (Knobs LP source) belongs here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mister yuk View Post
    1977-03-15 Empire Pool Wembley (Knobs LP source) belongs here?
    I thought we had a tape source that superseded that one? That said, if someone can figure out what show Us and Them belongs to, I can at least credit that weird looping version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenband View Post
    I thought we had a tape source that superseded that one? That said, if someone can figure out what show Us and Them belongs to, I can at least credit that weird looping version.
    From the description of the tape source here the vinyl has an extra 20 seconds or so of content here and there, may or may not someday prove useful to someone doing a restoration project who wants to fill in all gaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenband View Post
    Yes, I assumed the point was to quarantine boots from current labels that are cloning Y! content.
    i believe you nailed it.

    and thanks for your useful list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenband View Post
    Yes, I assumed the point was to quarantine boots from current labels that are cloning Y! content.

    Assuming the question was asked in good faith in those other threads, this might be helpful in understanding what material we can only get from boots, with no tape sources around (or in 2-3 cases, only inferior tape sources):

    What recorders (or best sources) are exclusive to commercial boots?

    It's somewhat out of date, but for the moment here's a simplified, half-updated version of the list:

    1970-03-12 Hamburg
    1970-04-29 Fillmore West (non-Randy Reels recorders)
    1970-10-23 Santa Monica (LP-only recorder)
    1970-11-22 Montreux (Smoking Blues tracks)
    1970-11-28 Saarbrücken
    1971-01-17 Roundhouse
    1971-02-25 Hamburg (M-502 is needed for all but the last 2 tracks; master tape confirmed destroyed)
    1971-02-26 Offenbach (LP-only recorder)
    1971-04-03 Rotterdam (LP-only recorder)
    1971-06-26 Amsterdam (LP-only recorder)
    1971-08-06 Hakone (boot CD only)
    1971-08-07 Hakone (multiple recorders are on boot LP or CD only)
    1971-08-09 Osaka (Rec. 2)
    1971-09-18 Montreux (FM broadcast source)
    1971-11-10 Quebec City (boot CDs appear to be master clones)
    1972-02-20 Rainbow Theatre (Best of Tour 72 LP)
    1972-03-07 Tokyo (Recs. 3 & 4, best copies of Rec. 1)
    1972-03-08 Osaka - Recs. 3 & 5
    1972-03-09 Osaka - Recs. 2 & 3 (both ASOS only)
    1972-03-13 Sapporo - Rec. 3
    1972-04-27 Detroit (War in the Head + Pandora's Box)
    1972-05-21 Germersheim (LP-only recorder)
    1972-09-22 Hollywood Bowl (LP-only recorder)
    1972-09-23 Winterland (boot CD only)
    1973-11-04 Rainbow Theatre (late show) (Obscured at the Rainbow is still best)
    1974-11-19 Trentham Gardens (Set 1 is on LP only)
    1975-04-21 San Diego (band-sanctioned recording on boot CD and LP)
    1975-04-xx? (unknown Echoes on California Soundboard LP, possibly Denver or Tucson)
    1977-01-23 Dortmund (LP-only recorder)
    1977-01-27 Frankfurt (LP-only recorder)

    There might be more, and certainly post-1977 there are, but I'm not tracking 1987 and later tours.
    Thanks for this list!
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