Friday, October 5, 2012

The Hollies-Kleinhans, Buffalo-October 19, 1972

Kleinhan's Music Theatre
Buffalo, NY
October 19th 1972

Conversion = 2nd gen cassette>Pioneer Stand Alone Burner PDR-609>
                      EAC> Soundforge 9.0>CD Architect 5.2>Wav>Flac

Sound Quality  5 - 6  out of 10
azimuth aligned
samples to be provided
sorry no art work
A Bargain Basement Tape Production


01. Carrie Anne
02. You Know The Score
03. Pull Down The Blind
04. Look What We've Got
05. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
06. Words Don't Come Easy
07. Romany
08. Touch
09. Amazing Grace (acapella) tape flip no music lost
10. Bus Stop
11. On A Carousel
12. Long Dark Road
13. He Ain't Heavy He's My Brother
14. Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress)

Here's something I unearthed from the archives. A seldom heard concert by the Hollies.
Fairly good sound. Probably recorded by the same taper as the Manassas and the Chicago Buffalo shows. Showcasing the new singer and a new LP. Mixed in a couple of old hits and it becomes a pretty good gig. Enjoy the show, theklopeks

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Monday, October 1, 2012

Vanilla Fudge-1969-11-22-San Antonio,TX

Vanilla Fudge .... NOV. 22, 1969
Hemisphere, San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A.

Taper, & Taping Gear: ??Unknown??
Lineage: "AUD" 3rd Gen 2005 Download "AUD MASTERS> 3RD GEN CASS> AUDIO CD'S> SONY SCREENBLAST EXTRACTION> COOL EDIT> CD WAVE> FLAC" files> Burned to audio disc (Nero) Trade CDR> 2011 DAE (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Quality: vg
Artwork: none.
Samples: none.

pgl contributed Set List (Thank You!!!):

take me for a little while
you keep me hanging on
season of the witch
street walking woman (an incredible expanded jammed version, worth alone the downloading)

ORIGINAL davmar77 notes:
here's another rarity, 2 early vanilla fudge shows;hollywood bowl 9/68 and san antonio 11/69. both so so audience recordings but quite uncommon. no set lists on these. the 68 portion is one long song featuring solos by all members. they were on the bill that night with jimi hendrix and the soft machine. a disclaimer on the quality so be warned.
i know there is very little of these guys around from the 60's so i thought there would be some interest, quality aside. enjoy, dave

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