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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2    -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Pink Floyd
  • 1973-03-11
  • Yeeshkul!
  • Maple Leaf Garden
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Toronto
  • Ontario
  • Canada
  • SHN
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • unknown
  • Excellent
  • wywh1975
  • 23rd of September 2008
					
  • Pink Floyd : Yeeshkul! Locatoin : Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada Date : March 11, 1973 Rating : A- [disc 1] (65:30) 01. Echoes (23:00) 02. Obscured By Clouds (06:43) 03. When You're In (09:10) 04. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun (14:04) 05. Careful With That Axe, Eugene (12:33) [disc 2] (59:58) 01. Speak to Me (02:07) 02. Breathe (03:03) 03. On the Run (05:51) 04. Time (05:55) 05. Breathe (reprise) (01:05) 06. Great Gig in the Sky (04:56) 07. Money (06:02) 08. Us and Them (07:44) 09. Any Colour You Like (06:39) 10. Brain Damage (03:50) 11. Eclipse (02:41) 12. One of These Days (10:05) http://www.pf-roio.de/roio/roio-cd/yeeshkul.cd.html Original Notes: I originally received this as audio wavs, after a couple years i extracted it for this seed. using eac and accurate stream, the entire show extracted fine except for d2t10 (braindamage) - i only got the first 2 minutes of it. using burst mode i was able to get the whole track. the first time i used burst it produced a pop at 1:20, but then the second time it came out ok. i compared the two burst versions by inverting and mix-pasting the two versions on top of each other - the difference were almost non-existent, except for the pop in the first burst version. then i mix-pasted the 2nd burst version over the accurate stream version - almost no differences, just a few small minor pops i couldn't even hear in the "differences-only" mix-paste result file - let alone in the burst mode version. so i used the first two minutes of the accurate stream version, then tacked on all but the first two minutes of the 2nd burst mode version, to create a "flawless" version d2t10. enjoy -davepeterson An excellent 2-CDR set of the show from March 11, 1973 at the Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto. This show has long been well-known among Floyd fans as a very strong performance by the boys, but remarkably has never made it to disc until now. This set evidently gets its title from the man who shouts something like "Yeeshkul!" (I have no idea what it means) at least six or seven times over the course of the show. Fortunately, he almost never shouts it during the songs, and overall audience interference is minimal during this whole show. And a hell of a show it is, especially the first set, which is one of the best sets I've ever heard from the Dark Side-era Floyd. Sound quality is very high; whoever did this one took a lot of care over it, and it shows -- it sounds decidedly better than my tape, which is pretty good as it is. There's almost no hiss or distortion, and the speed is perfect. (Of course it's not a professional recording, but it's still quite good for a 25-year-old audience tape.) There's a small edit in Great Gig in the Sky, but it's handled nicely, and doesn't really disrupt the song too much at all. (Echoes also cuts in a minute or so into the song, shortly before the drums enter.) The stereo imaging on this tape is unusually good, with parts of Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun featuring some of the best stereo effects I've heard on an audience tape (and some say it's the best version of Set the Controls ever). The packaging is minimal but thoughtful, featuring pictures taken from the concert (and nice black leaf-masking on the front cover). All in all, a great set! - MT