|Entered by||Matt Vernon|
|Checksums||flac-md5 , ffp|
|Disc Counts||2 / 3|
|Source Summary||Composite Audience Source (Master audience cassette Taped by Jack Toner, Sony TC-110 with built-in microphone and Master audience reel Taped by Marty Weinberg, AKG190E>Uher 400L) via Dwight Holmes and Dr. Michael Parrish. Patches and EAC > SHN by Jack Warner|
|Other Sources (comments)
SBD > Reel(0) > DAT > Mac... (3) MSR > DAT > CD or SBD> Rm>... (0) flac16; (disc 3... (0) flac16; SBD ->... (4) flac16; source: aud... (0)
|08/31/2004||Gary||The file names in the md5 on this page are incorrect. The do match the tol source if you rename them all, however.|
|08/31/2004||Jack Warner||I attached the same md5 here I uploaded to tol. The format may have been changed there|
|08/31/2004||Charles||To clarify, the file names should be gd70-09-19, not gd70-09-17. They have not yet been changed on tol.|
|09/11/2004||Scott Allan||More of set 1 is listed, with timings, on the deadlists.com site. So, it stands to reason that the rest of the acoustic set does in fact exist and circulate. It sure would be nice if someone with said recording could add the beginning of the show to the composite!|
|09/13/2004||Jack Warner||Have you heard the tapes? Unlistenable, even by my standards. You can almost tell that music is being played; what and by whom are a difficult proposition. Quite possibly the worst audience tape known to humankind, and that's saying a lot when we're talking about ancient GD aud tapes|
|09/13/2004||Can it be any worse than 5-3-70?|
|09/13/2004||Jack Warner||Indeed so. Much, much worse|
It IS very poor unfortunately, regardless of which source you judge it on - quite surprising really, as the work of Messrs Weinberg (whose recordings need no introduction!) and Toner (his 9/17/70 from the same venue is very listenable) is generally very good indeed. They must have had incredibly poor seats that night...
Those of a nervous disposition should wait until the rest of the SBD ever surfaces!!
I haven't heard the acoustic set, aside from the 2 songs included in this source. However, even if the quality is abysmal, it makes more sense (to me, at least) to make the entire show available, and let people decide for themselves whether or not they want to download the whole thing.
|09/20/2004||Jack Warner||Except that I failed to keep the tapes when I had them a few years ago...|