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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
  • Soft Machine
  • 1967-11-10
  • T-668
  • Middle Earth Covent Garden
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • London
  • N/A
  • England
  • SHN
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • unknown
  • Very Good
  • Groovinpict
  • 14th of October 2008
					
  • Soft Machine 1967-11-10 Middle Earth Covent Garden London England (T-668) This CD-r release is from cassette tapes that I got in trade many years ago. Mics and Recorder unknown> Cassette generation unknown> Playback Deck: Tascam 130 > Nikko 32 Band EQ > Akai DR16 Digital Hard Disk Recorder > HHB CDR-800 Compact Disc Recorder > CDR > WAV >CD Wave Editor > SHN set 1 1. Clarence In Wonderland 2. We Know What You Mean 3. (instrumental) (Soon, Soon, Soon) 4. Hope For Happiness 5. That's How Much I Need You Now 6. I Should Have Known 7. (instrumental) (Facelift) 8. We Did It Again 9. Why Are We Sleeping ? 10. Save Yourself 11. Lullaby Letter set 2 1. Clarence In Wonderland 2. Hope For Happiness 3. That's How Much I Need You Now 4. I Should Have Known 5. A Certain Kind 6. Save Yourself 7. Lullaby Letter I removed all gaps which were a result of tape flip and change, and put broken songs back together. I also made a slight speed correction. The recording of this show is hardly ever seen on tape trading lists. And traders usually have only the first set if they do happen to have it. I found one trader in England who had both sets and that's where I got it. The first set is better quality so that may be the reason the second set is hard to find. It's not an audience recording. The audience can be heard between songs but very faint and distant. I believe the recording was made on a reel-to-reel recorder from the stage. I doubt that they used a soundboard. Daevid Allen had left the band shortly before, so they played as a trio. It's also the first show with a new roadie, Hugh Hopper. I did the editing, mastering, digital transfer and the artwork for this version of this show. Please keep the artwork and text file, unaltered, together with the SHN's. Don't rename directories or file names if you share this. Soft Machine 1967-11-10 Middle Earth Covent Garden London England (T-668) sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d1.md5 726 Byte sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d1t01.shn 26.56 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d1t02.shn 18.23 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d1t03.shn 16.21 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d1t04.shn 84.00 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d1t05.shn 14.51 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d1t06.shn 89.45 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d1t07.shn 43.99 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d1t08.shn 35.17 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d1t09.shn 36.55 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d1t10.shn 10.35 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d1t11.shn 64.90 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d2.md5 462 Byte sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d2t01.shn 27.23 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d2t02.shn 99.58 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d2t03.shn 14.68 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d2t04.shn 70.66 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d2t05.shn 20.26 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d2t06.shn 9.06 MB sm1967-11-10 (T-668) d2t07.shn 58.27 MB Soft Machine 1967-11-10 Middle Earth Covent Garden London England (T-668) BACK.JPG 1.96 MB Soft Machine 1967-11-10 Middle Earth Covent Garden London England (T-668) DISC1.JPG 1.46 MB Soft Machine 1967-11-10 Middle Earth Covent Garden London England (T-668) DISC2.JPG 1.46 MB Soft Machine 1967-11-10 Middle Earth Covent Garden London England (T-668) FRONT.JPG 844.08 KB Soft Machine 1967-11-10 Middle Earth Covent Garden London England (T-668).txt 3.63 KB Total number of files = 25 Sum of file sizes = 781557763 Byte Please don't alter the sound of this recording. If you want to do something find a better quality tape of the show and work from that. Don't just take what I have done and screw with it. For Trade or Give Away only - Do not Sell - Do not encode as MP3 or any other format which degrades the quality of the music. January 16, 2005 T________