venerdì 16 agosto 2019

Hall and Oates - 1975-12-13 - Upper Darby, PA (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Hall and Oates 
Daryl Hall: vocals, synthesizer, guitar, vibraphone 
John Oates: vocals, synthesizer, guitar 
Todd Sharp: lead guitar 
Dave Kent: keyboards 
Steve Dees: bass 
Eddie Zyne: drums 

Tower Theater 
Upper Darby, Pa. 
(a suburb of Philadelphia) 
December 13, 1975 
featuring music from their 4th album, "Daryl Hall & John Oates" 
ER Archives Vol. 10 via JEMS 
runtime: 91:13 (minutes/seconds) 
Recording Info: WMMR FM b-cast Tandberg 9200XD reel to reel recorder 
BASF master reel 

JEMS 2014 Transfer: off-air FM broadcast BASF master reel 
Otari 5050 mkII azimuth-adjusted transfer Sound Devices USBPre 2 
Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture iZotope RX Peak 6.0 
with iZotope Ozone 5.0 (pitch correction) resample 16/44.1 WAV 
tracking in soundforge flac (sb's aligned) 
torrentially yours. 
tracked, flac'ed and posted by Ian (glasnostrd19) 
do not sell this recording. 
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01: Ed Sciaky, WMMR Intro Camellia 5:13 
02: Beanie and the rose tattoo 4:29 
03: you're much too soon 5:36 
04: lady rain 6:00 
05: better watch your back 5:19 
06: is it a star 8:09 
07: it doesn't matter anymore 4:25 (radio announcer end cuts out) 
08: laughing boy I'm just a kid 9:14 
09: alone too long 4:37 
10: Sara Smile 7:34 
11: abandoned luncheonette (and radio DJ introduction) 6:49 
12: Ennui on the mountain 5:09 
13: Gino (the manager) and encore applause 4:53 
14: band introductions :44 
15: fall in Philadelphia 4:02 
16: every time I look at you 4:47 
17: grounds for separation 4:11 (end applause spliced) 

BK for JEMS 
this is a live FM broadcast of Hall and Oates from their hometown area. there is some slight FM noise from time to time, but it''s not very loud and may not be noticable at all to the less fussy ears. I could not hear it in most of the show. the sound quality is quite good for a show of this era. there are a few commercial break interruptions in the broadcast which cut in and out of a couple of songs slightly, it's very close to the full show. the set includes songs from Abandoned Luncheonette, War Babies, one from their debut album "whole oats" and 6 from the latest at this time, featuring music from their 4th album, "Daryl Hall & John Oates". this may be the most complete version of this show to circulate yet, at least from a master tape source. I have tried to smooth out the rough edits as inconspicuously as possible, making this a "seamless' recording. it sounds like it does go through to the end of the concert, and starts where it ought to, at the beginning of it. thanks so much to ER and BK for sharing this early Hall and Oates show with me to share with you. I first heard them along with many others a couple of years later in 1978 with "don't blame it on love" and a very long slew of hits through the 1980's, but most of this stuff was new to me (in 2014!) hope you all like this early Hall and Oates show. the band is sounding fresh and vital. Ian for JEMS

1 commento:

  1. Most sources list this concert as December 13 or December date unknown. I recorded this concert when it happened, and my cassette says December 27. Sure wish the correct date was definitively documented somewhere.

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