THE CLASH - 1982-06-04 New Orleans - AUD - alt source

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THE CLASH - 1982-06-04 New Orleans - AUD - alt source

Post by Chuck Mangione » 27 Nov 2018, 9:44pm

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-deta ... ?id=630532
THE CLASH

Friday, 4 June 1982 8:00PM

The Warehouse
1820 Tchoupitoulas Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
USA


FLAC master, 11 September 2018, by elegymart:
Analog audience recording (stereo): unknown mics/recorder > unknown low analog generations > 1988-89 US Maxell XLII 90 (Type II CrO2) analog audio cassette {from the Stonecutter Archives} > Sony TC-WE435 (azimuth adjustment) > Roland R05 (24/96) > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 (audio cleanup, convert to 16/44) > SHNtool (fixed SBE) > CD Wave (track splits) > TLH (WAV > FLAC8).
Created this text file.


Total running time [1:30:53]
-----------------------------------------------------
01 London Calling [2:44]
02 Career Opportunities [2:14]
03 Rock the Casbah [3:35]
04 The Guns of Brixton [3:25]
05 Train in Vain [4:54]
06 Car Jamming [3:58]
07 The Magnificent Seven [6:30]
08 Spanish Bombs [3:20]
09 Wrong 'Em Boyo [3:20]
10 Know Your Rights [4:23]
11 Junco Partner [3:28]
12 Should I Stay or Should I Go [2:47]
13 Brand New Cadillac [2:41]
14 This Is Radio Clash [4:07]
15 Bankrobber [3:48]
16 Somebody Got Murdered [4:28]
17 Clampdown [3:36]
-- encore 1 --
18 Armagideon Time [4:56]
19 Police on My Back [3:40]
20 I Fought the Law [2:38]
-- encore 2 --
21 Straight to Hell [5:15]
22 Safe European Home [3:19]
-- encore 3 --
23 Police and Thieves [4:25]
24 Garageland [3:11]


Band line-up:
Joe Strummer – vocals, rhythm guitar
Mick Jones – lead guitar, vocals
Paul Simonon – bass guitar, backing vocals
Terry Chimes – drums, percussion


Notes:

Courtesy of the Stonecutter Archives is this appearance by the Clash in the final months of the Warehouse, on a bill with Lee Dorsey and Skor. Terry had only been at the drum stool for about two weeks at this point, taking over from the freshly ejected Topper at the end of May.

This is an alternate source to what has previously circulated on dime by j_blokhed in 2010 -- it's a bit closer to the stage with less stereo separation and there is different audience chatter throughout.

There are claims that the j_blokhed source was taped by Freezer, and there is at least one instance of a distinctive whistle on that recording, whereas this has nothing as audible as on that recording.

Ther are a couple of flaws here that are not on the other source, which is the start of "London Calling" cutting in, "Junco Partner" gets cut off a touch early, and a tape flip in "Police and Thieves." It certainly seems like near the end, the taper was stopping the recorder between encores to conserve tape.

Enjoy,
elegymart
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Re: THE CLASH - 1982-06-04 New Orleans - AUD - alt source

Post by dave202 » 28 Nov 2018, 5:52am

Thanks Chuck

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