Sunday, December 18, 2016

Patti Smith - 1995-11-25 - Philadelphia, PA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

theater of living arts, philadelphia pa

november 25, 1995

a 'billydee' DAT soundboard master


recording info:

soundboard > DAT Master @ 16bit/48kHz

processing:

DAT Master > tascam da20 > waveterminal > adobe audition > cdwav > tlh flac 8 


01 - Piss Factory
02 - For Somalia
03 - Dancing Barefoot
04 - Dog Dream
05 - Dark Eyes
06 - Beneath the Southern Cross
07 - Black Peter
08 - Not Fade Away
09 - Ghost Dance
10 - Because The Night
11 - Paths That Cross
12 - People Have The Power
13 - Farewell ReelEncore
14 - The Jackson Song
Encore
15 - About A Boy

3 comments:

  1. Hi EDGE,How Can I Unzip This One ???
    Although I Waited To Complete Download Finaly Appeared As A 475KB Google Chrome Document File (?!?!?!).
    Please Help.
    Thank You.

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  2. I got some HTML document as a download- maybe there's a problem with the upload.

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  3. The track listing (and number of tracks) needs correction. Here is what I believe is the correct listing:
    An Evening of Poetry & Music in Memory of Todd Pollard Smith
    1. Rape (poem) ** fades in **
    2. Somalia/Warm Blood Rising (by Kimberly Smith)
    3. Why (by Kimberly Smith)
    4. Neo Boy (poem)
    5. Space Monkey (Version)/Farewell Reel
    6. December (poem)
    7. Dancing Barefoot
    8. The Jackson Song
    9. Ghost Dance
    10. The Lord's Prayer/About A Boy
    11. Walkin' Blind
    12. Dylan's Dog/Dark Eyes
    13. Not Fade Away
    14. People Have The Power
    15. Black Peter
    16. Because The Night
    17 Paths That Cross
    Notes: The beginning of the show (Land (Version)/Piss Factory/Tomorrow/Rape (beginning)) is missing. Musicians are Patti Smith, Kimberly Smith, Oliver Ray, Tony Shanahan.
    Very unusual performance with dead air spots. Smith admits to being edgy and tells the audience edginess is what she's got to offer. Moody performance; SBD quality; recommend for collector's and fans, but do not recommend as a first download/entry point.

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