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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
  • 1975-04-26
  • Echoes From The Past
  • LA Sports Arena
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Los Angeles
  • CA
  • USA
  • SHN
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • unknown
  • Excellent
  • WildThing
  • 29th of August 2008
					
  • Artist................. Pink Floyd Title.................. "Echoes From The Past (Platinum Edition)" Label & Catalog #...... Digital Reproductions DR 42675-4 Recording Source....... Audience Venue(s)............... Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA, April 26, 1975. Lineage................ Downloaded from PinkRoIOshn on Direct Connect URL(s) for more info... N/A Poster................. Harlock There are many Pink Floyd RoIOs out there. Most of them are audience recordings and pretty diffcult to listen to. This one, however, has to be the best audience recording of an old Floyd show ever. This rivals the Boston Garden show for quality, IMHO. If your a Floyd fan, don't miss this one! The new Direct Connect hub for the SHN group is now open! It's called SHN City and the address is harlock.serveftp.com. All of my future posts will be in my shared directory for a week. If you need a full track, check the hub first. For those who don't know what Direct Connect is, go to www.neo-modus.com for details. Everyone is invited to join SHN City and share the music! The only restrictions are that you are sharing at least 1 Gig of SHNs and have 2 slots open. If you need a repost of parts, please send me an e-mail. I don't always read all the messages posted in the group. If you need full track reposts, I suggest signing up with Easynews or visiting the SHN City hub on Direct Connect. My current top ten most wanted titles are: 1. Bruce Springsteen "Live 1975-1988" (Orange) 2. Rolling Stones "Cold Steel Blue" (Sister Morphine) [To be posted by MC66 in 2002] 3. Bruce Springsteen "85-75 The Outtakes" (Catch 22) 4. Bob Dylan "Great Woods" (Wild Wolf) [To be posted by Chris Ellis in 2002] 5. Bruce Springsteen "Berlin Night" (Crystal Cat) 6. Jimi Hendrix "Black Gold" (Midnight Beat) 7. Bruce Springsteen "Independence Night" (Crystal Cat) 8. Bruce Springsteen "Hamburg Night" (Crystal Cat) 9. Bob Dylan "True Love Needs No Company" (Euro Boots) 10. Roger Waters "KAOS On The Road" If you have any of these titles, please post them. Thanks. Disc 1: 1. Intro 2. Raving and Drooling 3. You've Gotta Be Crazy 4. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (1-5) 5. Have a Cigar 6. Shine on You Crazy Diamond (6-9) 7. "Sit down and enjoy the show..." Disc 2: 1. Speak to Me 2. Breath 3. On the Run 4. Time 5. The Great Gig in the Sky 6. Money 7. Us and Them 8. Any Colour You Like 9. Brain Damage 10. Eclipse 11. Echoes The Digital Dan Review: An incredible audience show from the Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California on April 26, 1975. This is the complete master tape source, so complete that you here the taper testing the mics as the show starts. The sound is nothing short of astounding. Incredibly clear and quite devoid of almost any fan noise. The bass is well captured, deep and powerful with no distortion whatsoever. The highs are also very crisp and not the least bit of harshness. In other words, the mix is just about perfect as if it were a soundboard. I think I have a good idea who taped this show and it explains a lot. There are a few things that make this recording truly unique. First, the pre-release versions of Sheep (Raving and Drooling) and Dogs (You Gotta Be Crazy). Raving and Drooling is much different instrumentally during the jam sections than is the album version, including some rhythm guitar that sounds like disco-funk! The lyrics to You Gotta Be Crazy are quite different from the album version of Dogs. Even Roger calls it a rather "mean" song. "Any Colour You Like" is the great jam version and this is the last tour with performances of "Echoes" in its entirety. All and all this recording is absolutely amazing for its age and one that you will definitely want in your collection.