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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
  • Roger Waters
  • 1987-11-21
  • Wembley Arena
  • Wembley Arena
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • London
  • Middlesex
  • England
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Multiple
  • Good
  • davebowman
  • 12th of June 2010
					
  • Roger Waters Wembley Arena, Wembley Middlesex, England November 21, 1987 There are four different versions of this show I've found, 1, 2, 3, &4 CD versions. The 1 CD version is an FM broadcast, the 2 CD is a consise version, the 3 CD starts at Tempted, and the 4CD is the entire thing. This is a new transfer from another copy of the tape used for the 4 CD version. The person who made the 4 CD version used too much noise reduction and the final product is pinched sounding and has little high end. After listening to it I decided that it didn't stand up to the tapes I had, so I made a new transfer. It DOES, however, fit on 3 CDs, so I didn't go for the overkill of 4. I did use noise reduction, but with more care than the previous recorder, ans I EQd it to get the most out of the high and low end. The tape is, however, quite midrange heavy and weak in the low end, so I couldn't get a lot of body or bottom out of it. There are also a few flaws, notably a tiny little blank spot in Jim's intro, and a wrinkly sound in Roger's calls from the hall for a second, but that's what you have to deal with with 20 year old cassettes sometimes. I also had to shuffle some audience noise around from different parts of the show to cover the tape flips and make the CDs run smoothly. So now you are currently in possession of the most complete KAOS show that I know of, including a portion of the set break, with the added bonus of The Great Gig In The Sky featuring Clare Torry (this chick does not know this song very well; she never should have been awarded writer credit on it. I've heard her do it live on 5 shows [2 in 73, 2 in 87 and 1 in 90] and she's awful. Gives you an idea of what the master takes must have been like before Parsons, Gilmour and Waters edited the decent parts into a composite take). The only thing missing from my tapes was Jim playing Radioactive by The Firm, which I haad to cut in from the 4 CD version. This has noticeably different quality, but hey, go listen to the album if you want to hear it that bad (hehe). Thanks to Quentin1840 for providing another great tape for me to work with. How big is your closet, Q? 101 Intro To Jim Ladd 102 Jim Ladd 103 Radioactive 104 Call From The Hall #1 105 Club Nowhere 106 Call From The Hall #2 107 Tempted (Paul Carrack) 108 Radio Waves 109 Welcome To The Machine 110 Who Needs Information 111 Money 112 In The Flesh 113 Have A Cigar 114 Pigs (Three Different Ones) 115 Wish You Were Here 116 Mother 201 Molly's Song 202 Me Or Him 203 The Powers That Be 204 Intermission - Jim Ladd Intro 205 Calls From The Hall #3-#6 206 Shredding Alternative 207 Going To Live In LA 208 Sunset Strip 209 The Fish Report With A Beat 210 Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert 211 Southampton Dock 212 Arnold Layne 213 If 214 Every Stranger's Eyes 215 Not Now John 301 Another Brick In The Wall Part 1 302 The Happiest Days Of Our Lives 303 Another Brick In The Wall Part 2 304 Nobody Home 305 Home 306 Four Minutes 307 The Tide Is Turning 308 Band Intros - Encore Break 309 Breathe 310 The Great Gig In The Sky 311 Brain Damage 312 Eclipse