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pewter14
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Fri Jan 16, 2009 6:48 am

A band form Boston I wish had made it ... Orbit ... they were great ... (and quite influenced by the Pixies)

Tough to find any of their vids on youtube, found these ...



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Fri Jan 16, 2009 7:08 am

freaksmeout wrote:Conet Project CD (shortwave numbers stations broadcast recordings) with headphones on. Because without headphones, my wife would hear it and think I've gone completely nuts.

When I listen late at night....it sometimes really scares the fudge out of me. All that Cold War espionage stuff is creepy.
oh man, i haven't listened to that in years. mysterious and amazing stuff! i should pull it out again. quite funny that someone posted the Yankee Hotel Foxtrot cover a few posts later too.

now listening: Matthew Baldwin - Paths of Ignition
get on this trip if you dig Jack Rose, James Blackshaw, Ilyas Ahmed, etc
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Fri Jan 16, 2009 2:20 pm

pewter14 wrote: (and quite influenced by the Pixies)
you don't say.... Just kidding, they aren't too bad.
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Fri Jan 16, 2009 4:24 pm

cadeallaw wrote:
pewter14 wrote: (and quite influenced by the Pixies)
you don't say.... Just kidding, they aren't too bad.
one of their B-sides is a cover of "Where is my Mind?" ... pretty good job ...
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Sat Jan 17, 2009 2:07 am

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Sat Jan 17, 2009 2:46 am

I am watching this:

Pink Floyd : Toronto, Pearson Airport ; 07August87
“A Momentary Lapse of Reason Rehearsals”.

Standard : NTSC
Ratio : 4:3
Video : 7.5Mb/Sec (VBR)
Audio disc 01 : (sourced from aiff)
Soundboard channel > LPCM
Friendly mix > 448KHz Dolby Digital
Audio disc 02 : (sourced from ac3) > LPCM

Notes :

This concert footage was shot on three Betacam oxide (professional) tapes. It was shot by a pro crew (likely an MTV crew) but might have been hired by CBS records.

The songs are all incomplete, and if some are only here in a very short part, some are still very enjoyable. There are several reasons for this. Clearly the crew had only one camera and was shooting for the purpose of B-roll editing, that is getting shots edited in between interview footage to produce one or more MTV segments news. The crew would have had no reason to shoot complete songs, much less the entire set. They may have also received clear indication not to record complete songs in order to prevent bootlegging. The last factor was that they only had three 20 minutes tapes which limited their capacities to record more than necessary.

Also, keep in mind that the album had not been released yet, and the tour had not started. The crew didn’t know the new songs and had no idea of what would come next, neither in terms of content/interest nor in terms of visual event.

That explains the many lingering dark shots.

Also, don’t forget that this is raw, unedited footage.

The source was originally supplied with the camera (audience) sound on one channel and the mixing desk sound on the second channel (except when the cameraman moved closer to the stage, no soundboard audio was available).

We did a smart mix of both sources on one audio track and have kept the soundboard source on another audio track of this DVD.

BUT …

This DVD offers for the very first time, the second, unreleased, part of the footage, consisting of the unedited interviews with (a very sarcastic) David Gilmour & Nick Mason, Robbie Williams and Morris Lyda. Further footage feature shots of the crew at work and more rehearsals.

All in stunning professional quality !!!

Unlimited thanks go to Mr Bruce who kindly supplied the source.
Authoring by JME@CochonProduction
Audio remastering by MOB@ThisPlaceRecords
Originally torrented by Breathe.


Disc One :

Warm up
Echoes
Signs of life
Learning to fly
A new machine (part 1)
Terminal frost
A new machine (part 2)
Sorrow
The dogs of war
On the turning away
One of these days
Time
Wish you were here
Welcome to the machine
Us & them
Money
Another brick in the wall (part 2)
Comfortably numb
One slip
Run like hell

Disc Two : under menu as bonus

Interview with David Gilmour & Nick Mason
Interview with Robbie Williams
Interview with Morris Lyda
Additional airport & hangar

( note : All interviews on disc two have been chaptered question by question. Bonus airport & hangar footage is extensively chaptered too. )
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Sat Jan 17, 2009 9:01 am

Wilco 7/30/00 Fillmore, SF
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Sat Jan 17, 2009 9:54 pm

Summertime - DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince :quack:
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Sat Jan 17, 2009 10:18 pm

phootdoc wrote:I am watching this:

Pink Floyd : Toronto, Pearson Airport ; 07August87
“A Momentary Lapse of Reason Rehearsals”.
just sought out and began the download - nice suggestion, thanks!
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Sat Jan 17, 2009 10:29 pm

chris isaak's forever blue album. not a big isaak fan but i love this disc.
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greenhorn1 wrote:chris isaak's forever blue album. not a big isaak fan but i love this disc.
that is a really good record.
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Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:33 am

Black Crowes 6/30/97 Scranton, PA.
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Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:53 am

John Frusciante- Shadows Collide With People
All the sweetest winds they blow across the south...
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Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:56 am

liamc93 wrote:Image
that's a good one too.
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