domenica 10 febbraio 2019

The Who - 1969-09-29 - Amsterdam, NL (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)


2-track soundboard mix for recording > Master Reel-to-Reel > Reel-to-Reel (1) > MD (0) -> CDR (0) > SHN (for vine) (0) > Wav > CDR (0) > EAC > Remastering 2005 > Master Wavfile > Revisited 2006 (see below) > CDwav > FLAC

The Complete Amsterdam 1969 - Pre-FM SDB Remastered **FIXED**

Venue: Het Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Date: September 29, 1969

Disc 1

01. "House announcement"
02. Heaven And Hell
03. I Can't Explain
04. Fortune Teller
05. Tattoo
06. Young Man Blues
07. A Quick One, While He's Away
08. Substitute
09. Happy Jack
10. I'm A Boy
11. Overture
12. It's A Boy
13. 1921
14. Amazing Journey
15. Sparks
16. Eyesight To The Blind (The Hawker)

Disc 2
01. Christmas
02. The Acid Queen
03. Pinball Wizard
04. Do You Think It's Alright?
05. Fiddle About
06. Tommy Can You Hear Me?
07. There's A Doctor
08. Go To The Mirror
09. Smash The Mirror
10. Miracle Cure
11. Sally Simpson
12. I'm Free
13. Tommy's Holiday Camp
14. We're Not Gonna Take It
15. Summertime Blues
16. Shakin' All Over
17. My Generation

Total time: 2h03m27s

Notes by the uploader/trader

This fixed version of my 2005 remaster was seeded on Dime some time ago, but got banned due to my discovery that there was MD in the line age. However, no Pre-fm version exist without minidisc in the line age. And the Pre-FM version slays every Post-FM version out there. The owner of the reels transferred them to MD before going to CDR, and no other transfer digital has ever been. This remaster has been regarded by many fans as the definitive version. The original was downloaded at least 5000 times on different sites that I'm aware off and this fixed version was completed only 800 times in the 10 hours before it got banned, so I decided to reseed the fixed version here due to popular demand, and the fact that the original offspeed remaster has now also been bootlegged.

I first seeded this one first in 2005 on Dime. But at the time, I neglected to correct the speed and the channel order.

Some people pointed this out to me, but it wasn't later -when I played this again-that I really heard how off-speed (way too fast) my remaster was.

Apart from the speed and channel swapping, I also corrected the first seconds of 'Go to the mirror" with a very short segment of the recently unleashed "Windmills in Amsterdam" source which comes from a re-broadcast from a couple months ago (thanks to

windmill & hntgzr). You will not be able to hear the edit. At least I can't. Other than that, this is identical to the remaster of 2005.

I updated the text below with lots of newly found information and of course with the technical changes I made. While researching, I stumbled upon the name of the man who was ultimately responsible for this fantastic source. To make a long story short, I contacted him and sent him this fixed version, just as a gift. He LOVED it.

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