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Posted: 14 Aug 04, 01:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

THANKS! A little hiss on these, but not bad overall. 128 bitrate it seems.

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Posted: 14 Aug 04, 04:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Victor:

Excelent post!! Thanks a lot :D

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Posted: 14 Aug 04, 05:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Cool, thanks Victorvil!

So the files on Grammy are still there then? Just the main page theat is down... hmmm...

Anyone got anymore links?


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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 01:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks, Victorvil. These recordings sound much better than the ones I already had. Much appreciation here! :)


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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 10:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I stumbled across a version of 'it's late' that I was told was from this session. It certainly sounds like the same version, except the file I have has an audience-track added and is of almost pristine quality (no hiss what so-ever...full range of audio).

Is that the same show? Is this '77 session out there being sourced from different masters (old taped radio broadcast vs. something better?) Were there multiple radio casts of this show?



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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 12:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I think somebody used the recording and then added fake audience to the background and then passed it off as a new bootleg...


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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 15:23 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

exactly, it's a fake show... so, the mp3 that you have is from this session.

soon the unreleased 1973 session

keep yourself alive
liar
see what a fool i've been
son and daughter

i'm hoping to find the links

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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 15:28 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Great stuff! how are you finding these links? Cause I'd like to find the rest of the bands who used to be on Grammy. Email us if you want...


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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 15:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

OK, here's the 'mystery' file that I have:

www.darrelaustin.com/stuff/Queen%20Boot%20-%20Its%20Late%20(1981).mp3

It was labeled 1981, but that's apparently wrong.

Re-reading this thread:

http://www.queenzone.com/queenzone/forumnew/forum_topic_view.aspx?Q=376075

I think I get it now...this would have been the original file, later with an audience track added, right?

Regardless, they seemed to have done a fairly amazing job at fixing the sound on this track.

(Please don't spread the above link around too much...it's on my poor server in the basement that can't take much of a load. ;o)


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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 16:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Listen to it - theres no audience during most of the song! In all honesty, the track before it was probably live and they wanted to run it into this studio live recording (if you see what I mean!) rather than the crowd stop suddenly...


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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 16:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I agree...I'm mostly just curious as to where this file came from, and if there are any more like it.

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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 17:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The whole BBC session no. 6 has been dubbed with audience-noise. I believe it was for a US radio-show called "King Biscuit Hour" - they also officially released a compilation a few years back with the full WWRY slow/fast version on it (with audience sounds though). These fake live-tracks are mostly labeled as a late 1977 NOTW-USA tour concert.

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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 19:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Pim Derks wrote:

I believe it was for a US radio-show called "King Biscuit Hour" - they also officially released a compilation a few years back with the full WWRY slow/fast version on it (with audience sounds though).


I know that WWRY was featured on the King Biscuit Flower Hour (a radio program in the US that featured live recordings of popular acts of the day), but this is the first time I had heard that the entire session was played.




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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 21:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Aha! So perhaps the MP3 I found is from a King Biscuit Flower Hour broadcast.

Hmm...the search continues...

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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 22:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

In-case it isn't anything to do with Mr Biscuit - could it possibly be from a collector who has these great copies? Adding a bit of audience tagged on so that it can be a collector teasing...

Btw joeyjojo, are you posting these for all to download or were you teasing?! :)

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Posted: 15 Aug 04, 22:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

That's the only file I have. I'm trying to find the rest myself as well!



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Posted: 16 Aug 04, 07:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I'm beginning to think King Biscuit actually added the audience themselves. I think their compilation with WWRY came out in 1989 (I actually have the ad recorded from TV somewhere). A version of the live BBC WWRY with audience noise I downloaded 4-5 years ago from Napster was labeled as being from King Biscuit (unless someone intentionally mislabeled it but I don't know why they would)....

King Biscuit was known for airing live music, so if they aired the BBC sessions without an audience in the background it would have gone against their format....




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Posted: 16 Aug 04, 15:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

GREAT SONGS I LOVED THEM !!!

Many thanks man!

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Posted: 22 Aug 04, 22:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

so if you want something complete... go to london and ask to the guys on the BBC for a copy, motherfucker!

i don't give a fuck

it's just music...

i found a lot of links from sources but now i don't want to put them here, so FUCK OFF!


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