Re: Radiohead Haiti Relief LA 10 Arens
Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 1:38 pm
who the heck is this sandhurst5 fellow on the bay? dude has sold 9 of these, a few of them auto'd by the band, show edition - how did he get so many?
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http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-deta ... ?id=287411
Radiohead - For Haiti
The Music Box @ The Fonda
Los Angeles, CA
January 24th, 2010
taper: edgar ( email@example.com )
source: AT831 > SP-SPSB-11 (rolloff @ 107 Hz) > Edirol R-09 HR @ 44.1 / 16-bit
location: Front row balcony, center
transfer: Card reader > PC > Soundforge 7.0 (normalization and fades only) > Cdwave > TLH > shn
02. Faust Arp
03. Fake Plastic Trees
05. The National Anthem
07. Karma Police
08. Kid A
09. Morning Bell
10. How To Disappear Completely
11. A Wolf At The Door
12. The Bends
13. Lucky (aborted)
02. Dollars and Cents
04. Exit Music
05. ...Thom returns
06. Everything In It's Right Place
07. You And Whose Army?
08. Pyramid Song
09. All I Need
10. ...Thom returns...again...
11. Lotus Flower
12. Fundraising totals
13. Paranoid Android
14. Street Spirit (fade out)
MANY Thank yous are definitely in order for this one:
Formengr - without whom this wouldn't have been possible. While I slept, he assembled the troops Patton style and w/o my knowledge arranged 90% of this.
Hmblmunkey - he's so much more than just a chauffer for the comatose. Thank you for ALL your help and the sacrifices you made to help me get through this day.
Patrick and Rose - for providing the ticket help, and waiting in line during the day until I could arrive at the venue.
"The ladies from atease" - you know who you are (yep, Rose is one of them...again!) by arranging ticket trades, line placement, etc, etc. You provided a HUGE contribution.
Nicole and her friend...??? (sorry, blank here...I tried to remember) - they were #2+3 in line - THANK YOU AGAIN for the ticket trade that put me in the ideal position.
And speaking of being put into position...
To the ateaseweb members who came together to make this possible (many of which I understand came from the RADIOHUB)...
I'm both honored and stunned. I appreciate and more importantly applaud your efforts, and am grateful for the opportunity you gave me.
I'm still pretty shocked about the whole situation.
Last but most certainly not least, thank you Radiohead. Your gesture and kind donation of time truly proved to be quite valuable for the cause.
THANK YOU gentlemen for spending your day off using the power of your artistry to help so many who need so much. Band aid, indeed.
***** A reminder...it's not too late to donate! *****
If you download this recording, please support Radiohead's initial intentions of playing the show. Pay it forward properly.
DONATE TO OXFAM IF YOU CAN !!!
$1, $2, $10, $20, $100...it doesn't matter how much - do what you can do, and give what you can.
and as always...
!!!!! Please do not sell this recording in any way, shape or form. Share it FREELY with everyone. !!!!!
Everything is now in it's right place.
compiled by edgar January 26th, 2010
I believe that is correct.tourist504 wrote:BTW, has it been determined that NONE of these are silkscreened? All Litho?
cerebus wrote:Thanks for the download edgar. Nice job on the taping!
Ouch. I'm afraid what I'll see when I get home, plus it's raining.sasquatch wrote:Well it's now an edition of 100 minus 2, since the posters I received from La La Land today are out of commission.
Apparently they're named of their shipping philosophy. Shipped flat in flimsy cardboard (these could have easily been shipped in tubes) and the posters were TAPED! to the inside of the cardboard.
Evolution wrote:Mine arrived ok. Shipped in 4 pieces of cardboard. 2 on either side of the poster with a complete seal of tape around the edges. They were also taped to the cardboard inside, but the tape came off with only minimal damage to the back of one print. I do have a different issue though. The package sat outside on my rainy porch all day. The porch is covered, but the wind-blown rain still did a pretty good job of saturating the cardboard. The posters show a hint of waviness and feel slightly damp/heavy. What's the best thing for me to do with them?