sabato 10 marzo 2018

Whitesnake - 1990-09-03 - Paris, FR (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Master Tapers Concert Series - Volume (54) 

Band name: Whitesnake 
Date: September 3, 1990 
Venue: Hippodrome de Vincennes 
Location: Paris, France 
Tour name: Slip Of The Tongue 

Media: 2 CDs 
Recording type: Audience 
Taper: Tommy/Damien Guasp 
Recording Equipment: Unconfirmed? 
Lineage: 1st Generation Analog (Maxell XL-II90)>TC-WE475>PC>AUDACITY>WAV (16bit)>TLH>FLAC (8) 
Transfer/Mastering: October 2013 
Audio format: FLAC 
Total running time: 107:17 
Audio quality: 4+ 
Artwork: Yes 

David Coverdale - Vocals 
Steve Vai - Guitars 
Adrian Vandenberg - Guitars 
Rudy Sarzo - Bass Guitar 
Tommy Aldridge - Drums 

01 - Intro 
02 - Slip of the Tongue 
03 - Slide It In 
04 - Judgement Day 
05 - Slow an' Easy 
06 - Kittens Got Claws 
07 - Adrian Vandenberg Guitar Solo 
08 - Is This Love? 
09 - Cheap an' Nasty 
10 - Crying in the Rain (w/Tommy Aldridge Drum Solo) 
11 - Fool For Your Loving 
12 - Steve Vai Guitar Solo 
13 - Here I Go Again 
14 - Bad Boys 
15 - Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City 
16 - Still of the Night 

Show comments: 
Monsters Of Rock 1990: Whitesnake, Aerosmith, Poison, Quireboys, Faith No More. Great show and recording from the 1990 Monsters of Rock tour in Europe. 

This is the first set of shows i'm sharing from one of my oldest trading buddies, Tommy Guasp (some of you may know him as Damien). Unfortuantely i lost contact with him somewhere around 2000/2001 and have been trying to re-connect ever since. If anyone out there has any idea where or how to contact him please PM me and let me know or let him know i'm trying to track him down. Some of my other taping friends have had contact as recent as a couple of years ago but they also lost contact and haven't been able to find him. So if anyone out there can help that would be very much appreciated. 

As for his recordings, they are also some of the best. He was very much into the melodic rock stuff like Bon Jovi, Journey, Foreigner stuff like that but he also taped just about everything that came through Paris. He did a lot of traveling to shows as well throughout Europe so i've got a lot of his shows to share from all over the place. 

1 commento:

  1. I also used to trade with Damien back in the 80s. One summer, he actually came to Canada and stayed at my home for a bit. Good guy. I always loved the quality of his recordings and the care that he put into keeping his shows accurate and historical for the future.