lunedì 12 febbraio 2018

Genesis - 1982-08-08 - Berkeley, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

University of California, Berkeley ( 2nd Gen ) (DAVROS051)

Linage :
Tape Trade (TDK-D c90+c60) (2nd Gen) - Demon tape deck - Yamaha Reciever - Phono Leads Into PC Soundcard - Nero Wave Editor -Wav - Tracks split - Traders Little Helper - Flac8 - SBE Checked - You.

01. Dance On A Volcano.
02. Behind The Lines.
03. Follow You, Follow Me.
04. Dodo.
05. Abacab.
06. Suppers Ready.
07. Missunderstanding.
08. Man On The Corner.
09. Who-Dunnit.?
10. In The Cage-Cinema Show-Raven.
11. Afterglow.
12. Turn It On Again.
13. Drum Duet-Los Endos.
14. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway/Watcher Of The Skies(End).
15. I Know What I Like

Notes by the uploader
This series is from my own personal collection they are NOT SOURCED FROM ANY CDRs / OTHER TORRENT SITES ETC.They are from recordings that i traded for between 20 - 35 years ago on audio tape as stated above they have all been boxed up for the past 20 or so years. This is the first time any of them have been Digitally transfered and torrented. All i am doing to the recordings in nero wave editor is inproving the volume ( if low), also equallizing the left and right channel where needed. Removing hiss etc ( If i can ).Recordings in this series that have a generation linage are the correct linage as to what i was told when i was sent the recordings. Most of the traders i traded with where well known traders so i have no reason to believe they are not the true Linage if i had any doubt to the linage at the time i did not write it down on the tape so all the low generation recordings in this series have a well known and correct linage.

3 commenti:

  1. Thanks for the post. I was there for all 3 of the 3 Berkeley shows. I managed to tape 2 of the shows myself. I still have the original 1st gen tapes from the shows on the 6th and 7th?. I can't remember for sure. I got caught with the record one night. I had offered them to Prrp but they weren't interested. I guess that this period was not so in demand. On one of the night though, Phil sang Supper's Ready in such perfect voice it was unbelievable. Anyway, I am curious to see how these compare to my tapes.

    Oh yeah, glad you're back online!

  2. Sorry to mention it but this is not a soundboard recording. No where close. Thank you for the post(s) love the site!

  3. Correct, this is actually not a soundboard recording but a pretty good show. I was at the 6th and 8th shows and they were great. They let cameras in and I have some great pics from the 8th show, from the 10th row.

    Anonymous, I'd love to hear your shows from that you taped and would be happy to share my pics with you.