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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
  • Bryan Ferry
  • 1988-08-17
  • Untitled
  • Canadian National Exhibition Grandstand
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Toronto
  • Ontario
  • Canada
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Soundboard
  • Excellent
  • Groovinpict
  • 2nd of December 2008
  • Bryan Ferry August 17, 1988 Canadian National Exhibition Grandstand Toronto, Ontario Source: Soundboard > DAT? > Cass > Cass TDK MA-X90 A>D Transfer: Technics RS-TR355 cassette deck > Santa Cruz Turtle Beach Soundcard > 24bit/44.1kHz > Sound Forge 7.0 > 16bit/44.1kHz > CD Wave for track splits FLAC Transfer: Flac Frontend 1.71 Taper: Unknown Transfer by Keith Hanlon Disc 1 1 Limbo 2 Chosen One 3 Casanova 4 Slave to Love 5 Bogus Man 6 Ladytron 7 WHile My Heart Stops Beating 8 Don't Stop to Dance 9 Windswept Disc 2 1 Jealous Guy 2 Newtown 3 Boys and Girls 4 Danceaway 5 In Every Dreamhome 6 Main Thing 7 Love is the Drug 8 Kiss and Tell * The cassette flip between "Windswept" and "Jealous Guy" fixed, then fades were added. I received this tape 15 years ago from a friend who told me it was a copy of the original. He made one for me and one for himself. I wouldn't be surprised if the actual lineage was DAT>cassette>cassette. This is probably the case because there are a couple seconds of repeated content between side 1 and side 2 of my cassette (the drum hits before "Jealous Guy"), and I cannot detect any missing content anywhere else. Most likely, it was recorded to DAT since there doesn't seem to be any real break that would point to a "flip". If it were originally sourced from DAT, I assume my copy was made from a cassette copy and not from the DAT, though I have no way of confirming this information. I have made no attempts to "fix" anything. I simply joined the entire performance into one seamless file before adding fades at the beginning and end of each "disc." While I was tempted to remove hiss, I didn't want noise reduction to remove any additional information like cymbals, reverb trails, etc. Nor did I attempt to adjust EQ on my modest home studio speakers. I'll leave that to the pros, and keep this show as close to my source as possible. Enjoy. More info on the 1988 tour can be found here: