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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
  • Gil Scott Heron
  • 1978-01-16
  • Untitled
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Berkeley
  • CA
  • USA
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Soundboard
  • Excellent
  • Cygnals
  • 26th of July 2009
  • Gil Scott-Heron's Midnight Band January 16, 1978 Berkeley, CA Source: SBD or FM Broadcast 01. Intro 02. Gil's Opening Speech 03. "The Spirit of the Drum" (Rap & Chant over Drums) 04. Hello Sunday, Hello Road 05. 95-South (All of the Places We've Been) 06. Racetrack in France 07. We Almost Lost Detroit 08. Home is Where the Hatred Is (cut/fade out) 09. Band Introductions 10. Song of the Wind (aka Blow Wind Blow) 11. Band Introductions > The Bottle 12. Johannesburg (cut/fade out) The Midnight Band: Gil Scott-Heron (Vocals, Guitar, and possibly Piano) Brian Jackson (Keyboards, Flute) Alan Barnes (Saxophone, Synthesizer) Delbert Tailor (Piano, Trumpet, Congas, Flugelhorn, Vocals) Barnett Williams (Congas, Percussion) Sigi Dillard (Bass) Reggi Brisbane (Drums) ---------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------NOTES------------------------------ ---------------------------------------------------------------- I received this show from a member of the All_Jazz2 group. This recording is extremeley rare, and one of only 2recordings I've seen of Gil from the 70's (The 1976 Village Gate shows has already seemed to make the rounds with a few traders). The source for this recording is either a SBD or FM Broadcast. Sound quality isn't bad, but there are some volume fluctuations present in the Left Channel from time to time. This show was split into 21 different tracks when I got it, I have retracked this 12 a more sensible 12 tracks. The ends of "Home is Where the Hatred Is" and "Johannesburg" were cut, so I applied smooth fades to the ends of the tracks. One other thing to mention is that Gil goes through the Band Introductions on Track 9, and then again on Track 11. It appears that tracks 1-10 are from one show, and tracks 11 and 12 are from another. It's quite possible that these 2 tracks are from the late show, or another performance entirely (the quality and mix on both of these performances sounds identical, so I'm assuming these are from the late show. Enjoy. -Dan 9/06/06