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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
  • Ramones
  • 1979-06-08
  • Untitled
  • City Hall Plaza
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • San Francisco
  • CA
  • USA
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • FM
  • Good
  • davebowman
  • 2020-05-06 15:31:03
					
  • Ramones City Hall Plaza San Francisco, CA 1979-06-08 (Friday) THTP Radio Release 2000 Lineage: Sansui AU-717 Integrated Amp > Sansui TU-717 FM Tuner > AKAI GXC-570D Cassette Deck Archival Process: 1999: Sony TC-KA3ES > cassette playback (NO Dolby) > BBE 462 Sonic Maximizer (to clean up tapes) > Tascam DA-30 DAT > HHb DAT-125 DAT tape 2002: HHb CDR-850 Professional CD Recorder (In real time) > HHb CDR74 Gold 100 year archival grade CDRs 2005: Transfered to HDD in AIFF file format Dime release processing: AIFF > FFMPEG > 16 bit FLAC 8 > tagging, images, checksums. Setlist: 01. Rockaway Beach 02. Teenage Lobotomy 03. Blitzkrieg Bop 04. I Don't Want You 05. Go Mental 06. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment 07. Rock'n'Roll High School 08. I Wanna Be Sedated 09. I Just Want Something To Do 10. I'm Against It 11. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 12. Havana Affair 13. Commando 14. I Want You Around 15. I'm Affected 16. Surfin' Bird 17. Cretin Hop 18. Listen To My Heart 19. California Sun 20. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You 21. Today Your Love Tommorrow The World 22. Pinhead > encore hey ho, let's go!! Encore: 23. Do You Wanna Dance 24. Suzy Is A Headbanger 25. Let's Dance > encore hey ho let's go! Encore 2: 26. Judy Is A Punk 27. We're A Happy Family Length: 56:39 Band: Joey Ramone (Jeffrey Hyman) – lead vocals Johnny Ramone (John Cummings) – guitars Marky Ramone (Marc Bell) – drums Dee Dee Ramone (Douglas Colvin) – bass, vocals Notes: * Sound Quality: Good/Very Good * Joey Ramone RIP 2001 * Johnny Ramone RIP 2004 * Dee Dee Ramone RIP 2002 * Tommy Ramone RIP 2014 [drums 1974–1978] * Being a Ramone was clearly not the road to a long life, no joking intended, that is a very high death rate for any band of this era. Rest in peace, you brought the light of a dream to most of the Western world, and many parts of the reset, as the Johnny Appleseeds of high energy rock'n'roll, stripped back down to its bare bones. * About the band: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramones#Band_members It's the Ramones, if you don't know about them, time to go back to Rock'n'Roll High School!! They were 4 misfits from New York, actually from "the middle-class neighborhood of Forest Hills in the New York City borough of Queens." Joey had been a fairly unconvincing Glitter Rock performer before joining the rest of the original group, Johnny always wanted to be a big star and was fairly disappointed when he realized the Ramones would reach a certain level, but never go higher. Dee Dee really did many of the things their early songs were about. There's a few good books out about them (the one by Joey's brother is a really nice look from an insider's perspective, titled "I slept with Joey Ramone", the wiki page is pretty complete too, so I'm going to leave it at that. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6392265-i-slept-with-joey-ramone =========================================================== No distribution in lossy formats!! No selling!! No bootlegs!! No remastering!! Yes sharing. Definitely share. Support the artists when or if they play, and buy their records/merchandise. Please correct any errors or oversights in this information in the comments section so the information can be as accurate as possible. If you can find related materials like flyers, posters, ticket stubs, even photos, etc, please add them in a comment and I will add them to the main release folder, so that can be included on the next re-seeding. Every bit is welcome, and as I am time constrained on this project due to the amount of material, I cannot spend as much time on each release doing research as I would like, so if we can add to and improve the information and release contents during this series, that would be great. Please make an effort to pick at least one of these THTP releases and keep it seeded for as long as you can, particularly the lesser known groups. That will really help out long term. =========================================================== These are not Terry Hammer Mixing board/AUD recordings. These were recorded off of FM radio either by him, or by other people, and in a few cases, are sourced from pre-FM tapes. Terry recommends these recordings very highly. The radio stations (like KSAN) recorded these with a full sound truck, and very high end gear, so the sound is usually very good quality. =========================================================== Note on sources: FM - recorded using an FM tuner to cassette deck. Pre-FM - source tapes were from the pre-broadcast tapes. Note on quality: Because these FM and PreFM shows come from a variety of sources, and have various qualities, I will list the relative qualities of each 2xxx series release. These qualities refer ONLY to the actual audio quality, not to the performances. * Excellent - sounds/looks like a first generation master, no degradation of sound, full frequency range. * Very good - 2nd gen or maybe lower bias cassette used to record. * Good - audible hiss or dropouts, likely higher generation. * Fair - sounds ok, but has audio issues, either high gen, errors in processing, whatever. * Poor - does not sound good, for whatever reason. =========================================================== - teetering