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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
  • Fleetwood Mac
  • 1974-11-30
  • Shrine
  • Shrine Auditorium
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Los Angeles
  • CA
  • USA
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Rec 1
  • Fair
  • Marooned
  • 28th of September 2008
  • Fleetwood Mac Live at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles 1974-11-30 Complete "Heros Are Hard To Find" Show from master reel to reel AUD tape (first time in circulation) Rare setlist, and one of Bob Welch's last shows! mp3 sample This reel had become seperated from its broken tape box some time back, and had become misplaced and forgotten. The box had become damaged sometime prior to my possession in the early 1990's, and the tape had apparently been improperly stored as a result. If you collect music the way I do, organization is a real problem. Wait, let's talk about that for a minute: most people who DO collect music the way I do generally have a spouse or family member, who either doesn't understand and says something to you about it, or... who sometimes takes matters into their own hands and rearranges all of your carefully arranged "shit piles" into a clean, tidy, out of the way place... where you can't find anything anymore. Does this sound familiar? Mrs. Doinker is NOT like that, she's a very understanding woman. She's even asked to be quoted here: "Once in a while I get tired of being alone. Sometimes I come come and the first thing you do is go up on that dammed computer. Then, when you finally come to bed, you expect me to be bright and cheerful. But, I'm not. I'm smarter than you". Great... just great... LOLOL!!! As a reference to this subject, or if you are with me for the first time, look at the title page of this torrent: But hey, anyway, as I was saying, organizing stuff is a bit of a problem around here. So, the box destoyed itself, and the reel disappeared for over two years. The reel was located open on a shelf while trying to reorganize CDr's. A faulty transfer had been made when the tapes were first received, and I found that. From there a search went on for the reel. No amount of tape baking will work on this tape. It's mechanically damaged and the oxide is no longer there for parts of it. What you will hear is a reconstruction that took many hours to do. Recording levels were altered many times, and one portion was reconstructed from scratch with overlays from other material within the concert due to unrecoverable damage. It still isn't perfect, but it is listenable to. Identifying the show was another matter. The tape only says "Shrine" on it, and there was nothing else to go by. Through the kind courtesy of, the date of 1974-11-30 was given as a possibility. On this date, Fleetwood Mac opened for the Jefferson Starship. A quick search turned up the Starship reel, and the dates matched. It's a great set, with rarely heard material: Setlist: Disk 1 Intro - Coming Home The Green Manalishi Spare Me A Little Of Your Love Sentimental Lady Future Games Bermuda Triangle (over 12 mins!) Why Nightwatch Disk 2 Believe Me BlacK Magic Woman Oh Well Band Intro Blues - Band Intros Rattlesnake Shake Hypnotized Check out the "World Turning" style drum solo during "Nightwatch"! Personnel: Bob Welch Christine McVie John McVie Mick Fleetwood Bobby Hunt Bobby Hunt's tenure with the band was extremely short-lived. It is sure that he only played with the band from September through December, and that he was the second, and final keyboardist before Welch's departure. This show was recorded during a very turbulent time in the band's history, right at the end of the band's second era. With the acquisition of Lindsay Buckingham and Stevie Nicks toward the end of the following year, greater treasures lay ahead. But at the time of this recording, Danny Kirwan and Jeremy Spencer's weird departures had dug such a black hole, that it threatened to put the group out of business forever. Enjoy! A DoinkerTape