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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
  • 1987-10-10
  • The Forgotten Concerts Part 1 First New York Appearance
  • Brendan Byrne Arena
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • East Rutherford
  • NJ
  • USA
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Rec 3
  • Good
  • logansdad
  • 12th of October 2008
					
  • Pink Floyd "The Forgotten Concerts" Part 1 "First New York Appearance" Brendan Byrne Arena (Meadowlands) 1987-10-10 master AUD tape Now, THAT'S a mouthful! Let's call this, uhh... recorder 3. The one you haven't heard. That one. I need to take you back, to when it was all new, to when the group hadn't played in seven years and nobody was sure they would play again, to where we could walk past scalpers commanding incredible prices, and say smiling "*I've* already GOT mine!" The excitement of that evening seemed to live among the crowd. You can hear it in their voices on this recording. Although loud, the audience is swimming with the music. The band seem equally as impressed and excited. I hadn't listened to this recording in a very long time. To be truthful, I had difficulty in locating it. Instead of being seperated, like all the other masters I have (hint hint), it was in another drawer in an old TDK vinyl box. You won't be impressed - at first. Frankly, the fidelity of the audience alone does not sound great. But then that music settles in like a warm, cozy blanket, overwhelming and stunning the crowd. Remember, no one had heard them in so long. The recording sort of tucks you in and surrounds you. It seems to be everywhere you look. The vocals, although surrounded by echo, are in themselves rather clear. Although a bit flat, this is a great recording, to be blasted as loud as you can! This concert was recorded on a unique cassette deck. Phenomenally expensive at $550 when it was bought around 1983, this German Fisher walkman-style recorder had auto-reverse recording. It had the ability to sense when the foil was about to appear, and to madly switch directions on the spot. As a result, the two sides can be spliced with almost no loss of material. There is less than two seconds missing of this concert! This torrent is the first part of two or three rather special Pink Floyd concerts. As you may have gathered, this show isn't in wide circulation. I don't know why. You will notice that this show is rather different than the more-widespread 1994 tour. It simply isn't as polished and as tight sounding. To me, that's a relief. The later shows tend to sound rather clinical and airless to me, when compared to this performance. Do they to you also? Setlist: SOYCD Signs Of Life Learning To Fly Yet Another Movie A New Machine Part 1 Terminal Frost A New Machine Part 2 Sorrow Dogs of War On The Turning Away --- One Of These Days Time On The Run Wish You Were Here Welcome To The Machine Us And Them Money Another Brick In The Wall Comfortably Numb One Slip Run Like Hell Lineage -> SA90 x2 Tascam Pro 112 MkII with line balanced outputs->Sound Forge ->Flac There was no sound card used. The new setup goes directly to the bus. Enjoy! (part 2 is coming... sometime... ) A DoinkerTape